Treatment of male subfertility

Almost half of cases of delayed conception involve a weakness in the quality of the semen sample in terms of count and morphology. We have the experience and the technology to treat male subfertility; this is done through the selection of normal motile sperm and the subsequent injection into mature oocytes. This also applies to cases of retrograde ejaculation and abnormal hormone levels which have all been treated with high success rates. We also have high success rates in treating cases with little or no sperm seen (azoospermia), through the extraction of testicular sperm (TESA/TESE: testicular/epididymal sperm extraction or aspiration) and using it for the injection of oocytes.