Advanced Infertility: Male



 
Varicocele Information
If you have been diagnosed with a varicocele, you have more treatment options than you may have been told about. A revolutionary new procedure called "varicocele embolization" is a non-surgical alternative to painful varicocele surgery.
http://www.varicoceles.com/
Varicocele
Varicoceles are abnormally dilated testicular veins (pampiniform plexus) of in the scrotum, which is normally secondary to internal spermatic vein reflux. Varicocele is found in approximately 15% of the general population, 35% of men with primary infertility and in 75-81% of men with secondary infertility
http://www.maleinfertility.org/new-varicocele.html
Varicocelectomy - Microsurgical
Varicocelectomy is the most common operation performed for male infertility. Varicocele is found in approximately 10-15% of unmarried military recruits, 35 % of infertile men who have never fathered a child and 81 % of men who were once fertile but are now infertile (secondary infertility).
http://www.maleinfertility.org/new-varicocelectomy.html
Congenital Bilateral Absence of Vas Deferens
Congenital bilateral absence of vas deferens (CBAVD)is diagnosed in 1.3 % of the men referred for infertility evaluation. Moreover, CBAVD accounts for 27% of the men with primary obstructive azzospermia. An almost equal number of men with other causes of surgically unreconstrucatable obstructuctive azoospermia are referred for evaluation.
http://www.maleinfertility.org/new-absence.html
Electroejaculation
Men with neurologic impairments in their sympathetic outflow, as in traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI), demyelinating neuropathies (multiple sclerosis), diabetes, and following retroperitoneal lymph node dissection (often for testis tumor), frequently have abnormalities or absence of seminal emission. Electroejaculation (EEJ) has been proven to be a safe and effective means to obtain motile sperm suitable for assisted reproductive techniques (intrauterine insemination or in vitro fertilization).
http://www.maleinfertility.org/new-electroejaculation.html
Retrograde Ejeculation
Azoospermia - Non-obstructive
Azoospermia and TESE
Microsurgical Retrieval of Epididymal Sperm
Non-Surgical Sperm Retrieval

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