Male Infertility Evaluation
We evaluate male infertility by performing a physical exam and asking about your medical history. In addition, our team conducts a thorough semen analysis to assess the number, shape, and movement of your sperm. A blood test may be done to check the levels of hormones that control sperm production.
In some cases, your doctor will check if there is sperm in your urine, a common symptom of retrograde ejaculation. An ultrasound, MRI, or testicular biopsy may also be recommended.
Infertility is an entirely treatable condition for one in eight men. Once treatment is completed, couples can become pregnant naturally. Your doctor may recommend that you and your partner seek in vitro fertilization or other assisted reproductive treatments.