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Male Infertility Treatment 

The most common cause of male infertility is low sperm count. Absence of sperm in the semen is less common, affecting 1 out of 100 men and affecting 10 to 15 out of 100 infertile men

Medical intervention may be necessary if you’ve been trying to have a child for over a year with no success, or you have a history of problems with intercourse or your sexual organs. Our board certified specialists will explore potential causes—whether environmental, behavioral, or physical—and provide a treatment plan. If your condition requires surgery, we’ll connect you with our fellowship trained surgeon who specializes in male reproduction.

Highlights & Resources

  • Article

    Infertility: Emotional and Social Concerns

  • Article

    Fertility Problems: Should I Be Tested?

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Procedures & Treatments

  • Robotic or minimally invasive surgery for the urinary tract and male reproductive organs.