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Hormonal treatment of male factor infertility

Approximately one in every seven couples in the United States has problems conceiving. Male infertility accounts for half of these cases. Even with these statistics infertility evaluations have ... read more

Tips to Make Your Blood Draw Easier

With the monitoring of your blood and stimulation medication injections, fertility treatment can make you start to feel like a pin cushion! Nobody likes having their blood drawn and most people do ... read more

No Sperm! Now What?

A low sperm count is a common cause of male infertility. If a man ejaculates even the tiniest number of sperm, we can help the couple achieve pregnancy with in vitro fertilization and ... read more

Tips to improve sperm count

Male factor is the cause in approximately 40% of infertile couples. In many cases, the cause is unknown and there is no specific treatment to improve sperm count. The good news is that these couples ... read more

When it comes to male fertility, age matters

The relationship between female age and fertility is well established and discussed extensively in previous blogs. But when it comes to male fertility, age is rarely discussed. So, do men need to ... read more

Diagnostic Male Infertility Test

Male infertility test are recommended for any couple that fails to achieve pregnancy after 12 months of regular unprotected intercourse or after 6 months of failure to conceive when the partner is ... read more

10 facts on male infertility treatment and causes

It is now well established that of infertility problems in couples, the female partner accounts for 40%, males account for 40%, and both account for the remaining 20%. It is therefore important that ... read more

Top 5 environmental factors that may impact sperm count

According to a bulletin published by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the male partner contributes toward subfertility 40% of the time. In 20% of cases, male factor is the only ... read more

What Happens the Day of Your Egg Retrieval

Your egg retrieval will take place 36 hours after your trigger injection. You will be instructed what time to arrive in the office the day of your retrieval. Usually you are expected to arrive 45 ... read more

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