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Historically, when a couple had difficulty getting pregnant, it was assumed that the “problem” was on the female side.


This perception is still held by many patients and even some doctors. This is very far from the truth.

We know now that a male infertility factor is present in about half of cases where a couple has difficulty getting pregnant – in fact, in about 30% of cases is there only a male factor responsible for the inability to have a baby.

At Androgenesys we understand that, although our focus is on males with a fertility condition, it is in fact the couple that comes to us for help – the female partner is just as important.

A woman’s most fertile years are in her early 20’s; female fertility declines, especially after the age of 35 and even more so when she reaches her 40’s. Endometriosis, hormonal conditions like PCOS, infections and uterine fibroids are just a few of the many possible causes of female infertility.

Most cities throughout the world will have various options for women in terms of fertility clinics and female fertility specialists (Gynaecologists). Furthermore, advances in technology have made it possible to achieve pregnancy even when severe infertility factors are present. Though these Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART) such as IVF, ICSI, IMSI and PICSI are readily available, they are costly. Also, the emotional burden on the female and couple, of undergoing repeated cycles of ART, is very real.

At Androgenesys we are confident that we can offer men world class expertise and the newest treatment options available in order to maximize the couple’s chances of getting pregnant with every attempt – be it the “natural” way or ART. We have a close collaboration with Repromed Fertility Clinic which specialize in all aspects of female fertility. Their personal approach, excellent results, and praiseworthy feedback from patients make them the obvious choice for us to refer female patients. That being said, should inputs regarding female fertility be required, you as a couple are more than welcome to request a referral to any fertility clinic or female fertility specialist of your choice.