Fertility for men

couple looking into the sky thinking about fertility

helping dreams become reality

It is not unusual for a couple to take up to a year to conceive naturally, but as more and more couples are postponing starting a family, the time can be much longer. Making sure there are no underlying problems can save valuable time and give greater support in your journey towards parenthood. For many the reassurance that there is nothing significantly wrong is sometimes all that is needed.

Male fertility

For a man to be fertile, the testes must produce enough healthy sperm, and the sperm must be efficiently ejaculated to be able to travel to the egg. Tests for male infertility attempt to determine whether any of these processes are impaired that may affect fertility.

testes ultrasound

Ultrasound can look for evidence of conditions such as retrograde ejaculation and ejaculatory duct obstruction.

male hormones

A blood test to determine the level of testosterone and other male hormones.

genetic testing

For men: Genetic testing helps determine whether there’s an inherited genetic condition which can be passed onto your future off-spring. Many couples choose to check before starting a family.

semen analysis

A laboratory analyzes your semen specimen for the health of sperm and the semen fluid. (this is not available at This is my: please call and we will be happy to advise you of trusted clinics where this can be obtained in your area)