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My husband and I think that he may have very little sperm (azoospermia). Can he still get me pregnant?

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Azoospermia can only diagnosed and treated with sperm aspiration. If this is indeed the case, then the only way to use the sperm would be through IVF. Please consider contacting us for a consultation.
I want to thank you for taking the time to reach out to us. Everybody is different, and treatments should be unique. I encourage you to schedule a consultation so that I can review your medical records and discuss treatment options. If coming into our office is not possible, I also can do a phone or video consultation.
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