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Five Vasectomy Reversal Benefits

Category: Vasectomy Reversal | Posted on June 25, 2018
Each year, approximately 5% of men in the United States who previously had a vasectomy will seek a vasectomy reversal. Reasons for this change are typically very personal – a change in marital/relationship status being among the most common. Of c… Read More

How to Find a Sperm Donor

Category: Male Infertility | Posted on May 30, 2018
Male fertility treatment can assist many patients seeking to have a child, though there are situations in which a sperm donor is needed, including for growing LGBTQ families. Why are sperm donors needed? For LGBTQ families, specifically same-sex… Read More

Low Sperm Count: Causes & Treatment

Category: Low Sperm Count | Posted on December 18, 2014
A low sperm count is a common reason for infertility in couples who are unsuccessful in achieving a pregnancy. Male factor fertility issues account for 30% of cases when a couple cannot conceive without the assistance of assisted reproductive… Read More

How Is Peyronie’s Disease Treated?

Category: Urology | Posted on April 25, 2018
Peyronie’s disease is a condition in which hard lumps of plaque form in the soft tissue of the penis, causing a bend to form. This plaque can occur on either side of the penis and is found in 10% of men. Symptoms of Peyronie’s disease include pain dur… Read More

10 Vasectomy Reversal FAQs

Category: Vasectomy Reversal | Posted on December 22, 2017
A vasectomy reversal, also called a vasovasostomy, is undergone by around 500,000 men each year in the U.S. who have previously had a vasectomy. Men considering the vasectomy procedure are strongly encouraged to consider the procedure as permanent… Read More

Is There a Male Infertility Crisis?

Category: Male Infertility, Sperm Health | Posted on November 8, 2017
A study published in July announced that male sperm counts are on the decline in Western countries, leading to headline after headline proclaiming that a male fertility crisis had hit the United States. For the most part, these headlines are… Read More