The Y Factor Focuses On Male Fertility For Pregnancy Success

Did you know? 15% of couples have trouble conceiving, and 50% of those infertility issues are due to male urological issues. Since 50% of infertility issues are caused by the man, focusing on male fertility makes conception more likely. Our Reproductive Urologists specialize in male infertility and focuses on the male specific issues inhibiting conception.

In order to fully understand what is causing the problem, The Y Factor providers will perform a complete fertility evaluation. We will also create a specialized treatment plan to increase your natural fertility. We look for correctable factors such as hormone levels, infections and varicoceles. Our goal is to correct the underlying cause of infertility by maximizing the overall production and quality of a man’s sperm to enable the couple to conceive naturally.

Some couples come to us wanting to get conceive after failed attempts at IVF treatments. Before starting the IVF treatments again, our providers want to ensure that the best quality sperm are used for IVF. The Y Factor works alongside reproductive endocrinology clinics to increase the success rate of IVF and artificial insemination.

If you are having trouble conceiving, have had multiple miscarriages, or failed IVF, come in to see us.

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