A testicular ultrasound (sonogram) uses sound waves to create an image of the scrotum and testicles, allowing men's health specialists to assess male fertility and infertility.
Evaluating hormones such as testosterone (T) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) aid in assessing male infertility and determining the best option for treatment.
Semen analysis allows a men's infertility specialist to examine the sperm count, motility, and quality. Proper fertility treatment and solutions can then be defined.
Trauma to the testes can be so severe that it leads to male infertility. There are treatments to address testicular injury and potentially restore fertility to the man.
Low testosterone (low T) can lead to problems with male fertility. Look for symptoms and warnings signs before discussing treatment with your doctor.
Obesity can have a negative impact on a man's fertility, making him more likely to experience low sperm count as well as a lack of viable sperm.
As men get older, they face more and more problems with their virility and fertility. Thankfully there are many treatments for male infertility.
Pre-operative instructions for vasectomy reversal provide ideal conditions for patients to heal quickly and free from complications after the surgery is performed.
After vasectomy reversal, patients will notice the return of sperm motility over the course of a few months. Alternatives are available if motility remains poor.
While vasectomy reversal is effective in many patients, it will not address problems with low sperm count. Alternatives will need to be considered for this fertility problem.