Male Infertility Treatment

Male Infertility

Sperm counts in “normal” men are decreasing and have basically halved over the course of the last 50 years.

Indeed, the worldwide increase in male infertility is reason for concern. We’re not sure why this is happening – environmental factors, changes in lifestyle & diet, and also genetic conditions all likely play some role in this.

1 in 6 Couples struggle to get pregnant.

In about 50% of these cases is a male infertility- or subfertility factor present. As a male fertility specialist, I understand the vital role that men play men in a couple’s fertility journey. I am dedicated to providing men with all the possible options to improve their reproductive health and treat conditions affecting male fertility, so that couples may have the best chance of experiencing the joy of parenthood.

Infertility not only affects a man’s ability to father children but new research also indicates that men who struggle with infertility are more likely to have other underlying medical conditions well – conditions that may significantly affect their long-term health.

Sperm cells are highly complex and easily damaged by environmental factors.

a diagram of advanced sperm tests
Amir Zarrabi wearing surgical gown

I offer a comprehensive Male Fertility Service

  1. No sperm / Azoospermia
  2. Low sperm count
  3. Poor sperm movement
  4. Reversal of vasectomy / Blockages in the tubes 
  5. Genetic conditions such as Klinefelter’s syndrome
  6. Varicocele
  7. Micro-TESE / Non-obstructive azoospermia 
  8. Peyronie’s disease
  9. Erectile dysfunction
  10. Ejaculation problems
  1. Sperm antibody tests
  2. Advanced sperm testing: oxidative stress and DNA fragmentation
  3. Strict sperm morphology
  4. Sperm cryopreservation
  1. Microsurgical procedures
  2. Intra-operative sperm harvesting and sperm preparation
  3. Endoscopic surgery
  4. Laser surgery
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Male Infertility

You will find easy-to-understand details on the different surgical options that I offer, including what to expect on the day of surgery and your post-operative recovery.