Male Factor Infertility

While there are several factors that can contribute to male factor infertility, such as low quality or quantity of sperm, a fertility health evaluation is the key to understanding any obstacles that may be interfering with a successful conception. While self-diagnosis is not recommended, at MCRH, we support self-health awareness and education.

Below we have provided a list of health conditions that often contribute to male factor infertility. If you have concerns about your fertility health or are having difficulty conceiving, please call to schedule a consultation with our care team or complete the Request an Appointment form.

Anatomic Abnormalities

Sperm Abnormalities

Cancer

Unfortunately, cancer can strike at any time. Fortunately, there are fertility preservation options for individuals impacted by cancer. When a male patient is diagnosed with any form of cancer and is required to receive treatment that would render him infertile, he has the opportunity to freeze his sperm.


Testicular failure

Testicular failure occurs when the testicles fail to produce sperm.

Hereditary Disorders

Patients living with certain hereditary disorders may choose to consider treatment options that would eliminate passing on a genetic disorder to their children.

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