Male Fertility/Infertility

Whether you want to prevent unwanted pregnancy or hope to start or grow your family, men seeking help for male infertility or fertility issues have several options to consider:

  • Vasectomy: A vasectomy is a surgical procedure that involves cutting or blocking the tubes (vas deferens) responsible for carrying sperm from the testicles to the urethra. It is a permanent form of birth control, intended to prevent pregnancy. During a vasectomy, the tubes are either cut, sealed, or tied to prevent sperm from reaching the semen.
  • Vasectomy Reversal: Vasectomy reversal is a surgical procedure aimed at reconnecting the previously cut or blocked vas deferens. It allows the possibility of restoring fertility after a vasectomy. During a vasectomy reversal, the surgeon carefully reconnects the vas deferens, enabling sperm to mix with the semen again.
  • Infertility Evaluations: Infertility evaluations involve the process of diagnosing the underlying causes of infertility in men. It typically includes various tests and assessments to identify factors that may be affecting fertility. These evaluations may include a thorough medical history review, physical examinations, semen analysis to assess sperm quality and quantity, hormonal tests, and imaging studies (such as ultrasound) to evaluate the reproductive organs.

When to Contact Us

We encourage patients interested in treatments for male infertility or other fertility issues to make an appointment to discuss their concerns and options.

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