Male Infertility

How common is male infertility?

Infertility affects both men and women equally. The reality is that half of all infertility cases stem from male factor infertility. Male infertility testing is crucial in order to be sure every couples treatment is as effective as possible from the beginning.

After an initial consultation a semen analysis is scheduled unless its already been done.

What are the main causes of male infertility?

  • Varicocele
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Azoospermia (obstructive or testicular failure)
  • Chemotherapy
  • Physical trauma to the testes
  • Genetic abnormalities
  • Sexually transmittent diseases

What are the treatments for male infertility?

The therapeutic approach for male infertility depends on the severity (mild, severe or azoospermia).

  • IUI(intrauterine insemination)
  • IVF/ICSI
  • SURGICAL PROCEDURES  FOR AZOOSPERMIA
  • Sperm donation

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IMSI

IMSI (intracytoplasmic morphologically selected sperm injection) is a modified ICSI technique.

Fertility Preservation – Egg Freezing

Currently, many women postpone marriage and pregnancy until after 35 or even 40, due to professional commitments.

Mini Natural IVF

Mini IVF is a variation of IVF that requires little or no medication before oocyte retrieval.

PGD – PGS

As many as 65% of all embryos created do not survive the first months of pregnancy. Many of these embryos are unable to successfully implant.

Gestational Surrogacy

Surrogacy is a method of assisted reproduction where a woman gestates the child of another woman who is the biological mother.

Sperm Donation

Sperm donation is the provision of sperm for the purpose of of inseminating a female either through IUI or IVF