This condition, is not uncommon amongst infertile couples, and should no longer be regarded as 'the end of the road'.
The first step is to be sure that there really are no sperm present in the ejaculate on a consistent basis, by looking carefully at a specimen, produced after a correct period of abstinence, and examined very thoroughly.

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