Azoospermia is a medical term given to the condition in men when sperm count during the ejaculation is almost nil. There can mainly be two reasons for azoospermia in men; first, there may be blockage that may be preventing the sperms from entering the ejaculate which is called ‘obstructive azoospermia’. Or the production of sperm in the testis is being prevented due to some reasons which is termed as ‘non-obstructive azoospermia’. This article deals with the various causes of azoospermia and majorly azoospermia treatment cost in Bangalore, India. 

Motherhood Fertility and IVF Center in Bangalore has been one of the most visited and trusted healthcare facilities in the industry in India. It has highly acclaimed IVF specialists who are experts in dealing with such problems in men as well as women. It has set many benchmarks over the last decade in the women and children’s healthcare sector. 

What is the Cost of Azoospermia Treatment in Bangalore, Karnataka?

The cost of azoospermia in Bangalore varies from 45000 to 60000 depending upon the cause of it. Studies have shown that with the help of advanced medical treatments and a healthy lifestyle, azoospermia is very much curable. Depending upon the type of Azoospermia and its severity, patients can overcome infertility caused by this health problem.

Statistics put out that more than one million people in India are treated with azoospermia every year. This shows that it is one of the most common infertility diseases found in men. And with all that being said, azoospermia is treatable with medication for the most part.

Azoospermia is seen in  about 1% of the male population and can be found in up to 20 % of male infertility circumstances. It is caused by various problems which vary from person to person.

What Causes Azoospermia?

In a number of cases, doctors have managed to narrow down the causes behind infertility in their male patients to one of 5 causes, including testicular cancer, genetic variances and abnormalities, prostate gland enlargement and dysfunction, anatomical anomalies with the reproductive tract (like blockages or undescended testicles), and environmental factors. 

One cause that remains largely unaddressed is a condition known as Klinefelter's disorder in which men have a chromosomal makeup outside the standard XY pattern. 

How is Azoospermia Diagnosed?

The first part of infertility treatment includes a review of previous issues. This might include the patient’s medical history, lifestyle, information regarding any drug or substance intake and information regarding prior surgeries or family history. This is used to identify possible causes of infertility in the male partner. 

The blood samples are tested for  the levels of testosterone and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH).

After getting the semen samples, one must first check for sperm count. Only a tiny portion of your semen sample is composed of sperm and  if no sperms are found in the initial test, an additional lab test will be ordered as this suggests there may be an obstruction of the reproductive tract. Labs check for enough samples to complete a slide - but if even one or two sperm are found, a cause for azoospermia has been discovered.


With more than 15% males getting treated for azoospermia every year in India, it is a common fertility problem found in men. There are many other factors for low sperm count in the ejaculate and some of them are not at all related to medical histories. 

Azoospermia is perfectly treatable with medication and very rare cases require any kind of surgery. At Motherhood IVF Center in Bangalore, we take care of infertility problems like azoospermia everyday. Our doctors and specialists are highly acclaimed and quite exquisitely sharp with these kinds of problems. We would suggest you visit us today to be consulted on your fertility issues and lead a happy married life with your partner.