Azoospermia. This is the diagnosis given to Colby when he met with the urologist. It is the medical condition of a male not having any measurable level of sperm in his semen. In humans, azoospermia affects about 1% of the male population.

Right now we aren’t sure what this means. I have been following a few forums that have been helpful, but not always encouraging. I hope that someday this blog can help others who receive this diagnosis.

Right now we are still waiting to hear back his genetic and blood tests results. We are hoping for normal FSH, LH and testosterone levels!

  • Lillipod
    Posted at 04:26h, 01 February Reply

    Hi, Years ago my partner took pro hormones and steroids and we thought since he had a child everything was working OK!!! i don’t mean to give false hope but.. in September we went for testing as we had been trying for a year, My partner is 11 years older than me and has an 18 year old son, so i was convinced it was me.

    Well after 2 x SA we were devastated to find he had no sperm count!!!!! which is when we realized what effect these drugs could have,i cried every night and although i knew he felt awful i just felt so hurt that no matter what he would always have his son and i’d be childless, i was scared i would hate him and to be honest it nearly broke our relationship.
    Well yesterday we went for our third SA results and there is 21 million!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i could have fell off my chair. The reason for my for my post is to just give people hope, after we were initially told i search the internet for a positive comment, at least now i know there’s one………. miracles do happen. keep strong, positive and have faith in each other !!!!!!!!!! good luck and baby dust to who ever reads this.

  • Sarah
    Posted at 15:13h, 01 February Reply

    Thats brilliant news, and gives hope to others, thank you for sharing your story, and good luck for the future xx

  • Joanne
    Posted at 15:20h, 01 February Reply

    So pleased for you both. My husband took pro hormones a few years ago, and they shut his hormone production, resulting in azoospremia, we were told he wouldn’t be able to father children himself. After several months of coming off the pro hormones his sperm count returned to normal, it took us just over a year of trying, and we are now the proud happy parents of a lovely baby girl. xx

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