Men's Corner

Conceiving a healthy baby depends on a number of factors, including healthy sperm. In fact, male infertility is the second biggest issue after a woman’s age so it’s important to understand how the male reproductive system works.

Male factor infertility affects around half of all infertile couples, the good news is that the most common causes of male infertility are easily diagnosed, and most can also be helped. Please get in touch if you would like to avail of our counselling sessions. 

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If you have a medical history of conditions that affect the male reproductive system, or you have been trying to conceive for more than 12 months (or 6 months if you are over 35 years of age) without success, we recommend you book an appointment with a fertility specialist.

Testing

The assessment of male fertility is primarily achieved through a semen analysis.

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Dr Megat gives an overview of male infertility 

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Advances in male infertility have introduced innovative therapeutic options that offer most men, including those with no sperm, a greatly improved chance to conceive a child.