Unfortunately, most men diagnosed with Klinefelter’s syndrome are azoospermic (no sperm in ejaculate) and were previously unable to have biological children. With the development of in-vitro fertilization techniques however, it is now possible for patients with azoospermia due to Klinefelter’s to be able to conceive biological children. Dr. Clavijo specializes in the microdissection testicular sperm extraction (micro-TESE) surgery that is used by most major fertility centers when attempting to retrieve sperm from azoospermic patients diagnosed with Klinefelter’s syndrome. Along with being able to offer this surgery, Dr. Clavijo can provide guidance in terms of optimizing hormones in preparation for sperm retrieval surgery, and can also provide guidance on fertility potential and ideal times to attempt sperm retrieval in teenagers and young men newly diagnosed with this condition.