Hormones change throughout life to support the body through different life stages. But first, what are hormones? Hormones are chemicals that the body needs to maintain healthy functioning. They are messengers that tell certain cells and organs when to perform certain functions. They coordinate processes and regulate functions like mood, growth, metabolism, sleep, hunger, sexual […]
Did you know that Male Infertility affects 1 in 7 couples in the UK? Infertility is defined as the failure to conceive after one year of regular, unprotected intercourse. Typically, 84% of couples successfully conceive naturally over the course of a year with regular, unprotected sex. The causes for male infertility or female infertility range from […]
What Is Sperm Retrieval? The sperm retrieval process locates and removes the sperm from the male testicles and is performed in several cases including if a patient has an obstruction or blockage in his tubules. In addition, men who have had a vasectomy and do not want to undergo a vasectomy reversal may choose to […]
Erectile dysfunction (ED) or impotence is the repeated inability to obtain or maintain an erection to achieve the kind of sex desired by a man and his partner. This can range from total inability to obtain an erection, to an inconsistent ability to do so, or a tendency to sustain only brief erections. These variations […]
All too often the focus is solely on woman’s fertility treatment, this is something London Andrology are trying to change. Male fertility treatment is just as important although finding a specialist can be a lot more difficult when it comes to men. Men can be affected by numerous different conditions that can affect their fertility […]
Testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer in men aged 25-49. Over 2400 men are diagnosed with it each year in the UK, and nearly half (47%) of these are under 35, according to Cancer Research UK figures. Although this number is huge, the good news is that testicular cancer is actually very treatable […]
We know lifestyle can have a significant impact on our overall health, so it makes sense that it might also affect your fertility. As Mr Suks Minhas explains, this isn’t just a question of having low sperm count, or problems with sperm mobility (whether they’re strong enough ‘swimmers’) – it’s also about potential damage within […]
What is a leading male fertility expert? A Consultant Andrologist is a male fertility specialist, a leading expert who specialises in male factor infertility. They are experts in the investigation, diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting male fertility. Why would you need to see a leading male fertility expert? Male factor infertility affects 50% of […]
Leading Surgeons Tet Yap and Professor Suks Minhas have published an extensive survey*, The Fertility Index, to show how men and women across the UK understand and manage fertility and sexual health issues. The index supported other research which has shown that male fertility problems are increasing. Over the last two generations report that 16% […]
by Profess Suks Minhas and Leading Surgeon Tet Yap of Men’s Health Clinic - London Andrology Leading London Surgeons Tet Yap and Professor Suks Minhas support men with conditions associated with male fertility and sexual function. The leading minds have also published an extensive survey*, The Fertility Index, to show how men and women across […]
We often get patients coming to see us as a fertility expert who have been told that they have no sperm. Azoospermia is the medical term for a no sperm in the ejaculate. This is diagnosed following a semen analysis showing a sperm count of zero. A normal sperm count is considered anything over 15 […]
The leading minds have pulled together the top 5 myths around Male Fertility to help the UK understand how and why it is just as significant as female fertility and shouldn’t be ignored when trying to conceive.
Male Fertility – Sperm retrieval for low sperm count
What Is Sperm Retrieval? Sperm retrieval is a procedure which can be performed to assist with reproduction. It might be recommended if there is little or no sperm in the ejaculate following a semen analysis, if ejaculation isn't possible or if surrogacy, donor eggs or other assisted reproductive methods are being used. It is performed […]
Male fertility is related to sperm count but also sperm quality. A diagnosis of no sperm in the ejaculate which is also known as azoospermia can be a devastating diagnosis. But, there is lots that can be done and plenty of options for you when it comes to male fertility. Azoospermia is the medical term […]
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