Male factor infertility accounts for almost 40%-50% of all infertility cases. Decreased sperm function can be the result of genetic, lifestyle, medical or environmental factors. Fortunately, most causes of male factor infertility can be easily diagnosed and treated.
We offer a comprehensive range of sperm retrieval procedures and treatments for couples with male factor infertility or sexual dysfunction.
A minimally invasive surgical sperm retrieval technique which uses a syringe to take sperm directly from the testis.
In this surgical sperm retrieval technique, a fine needle is inserted into the epididymis (a tube that stores and carries sperm in the testicles) and sperm is collected using gentle suction.
A surgical procedure for men with non-obstructive azoospermia that involves sperm retrieval from the seminiferous tubules of the testes.
A surgical procedure to treat varicoceles (enlarged veins in the testicles) that can interfere with the flow of sperm into the semen and reduce sperm count.
A specialized sperm retrieval technique for severe male factor infertility that involves extraction of sperm from biopsied testicular tissue.
Procedures to collect semen from patients with sexual or ejaculation disorders for fertility treatments and investigations.