In 50% of couples having difficulty conceiving, there may be a male factor component. This may be due to anatomical obstruction, hormone disorders, cancer or other medical conditions, congenital abnormalities, or genetic anomalies. Penn urologists as part of Penn Urology and Penn Fertility Care are devoted to the evaluation and treatment of male factor infertility. For each patient, all medical and surgical treatment options are explored, including:

  • Microsurgical vasectomy reversal
  • Microsurgical testicular or epididymal sperm extraction
  • Microsurgical varicocelectomy
  • Sperm cryopreservation
  • Hormonal and other medical therapies

For more information, please see Penn Fertility.

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Male Infertility Treatment Team

Meet the team of experts who specialize in issues related to the treatment and diagnosis of fertility in men. 

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