Treatment Options for Male Factor Infertility

Treatment options for male factor infertility are determined by the problem in the male reproductive system that leads to infertility. Once the precise cause is identified, the appropriate treatment option can be initiated.

Male factor infertility can occur as a result of sperm disorders, structural blockages or defects, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and health conditions or medical treatments of such conditions. The majority of male infertility cases are treated with artificial insemination techniques.

Male infertility treatment options include the following:

 

 

The above treatment options have resulted in viable pregnancies for many couples. Consult any of the URA fertility specialists for further information on male factor infertility and the various treatment options

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