of all couples struggling with infertility are affected by male factor infertility
Though infertility is often considered a female problem, 33 to 50 percent of fertility issues in couples having trouble getting pregnant are related to male infertility. Dr. Esteban Brown compassionately uses his extensive knowledge to identify common male infertility problems. Once he discovers the cause of trouble, Dr. Brown will work with you to develop a personalized plan that will improve your odds of a successful outcome.
Discovering the root of male infertility starts with a complete evaluation, including a detailed history and a semen analysis. By reviewing your family background, lifestyle choices and any medical concerns, Dr. Brown can consider areas that may contribute to male factor infertility. A semen analysis looks at the number, quality, and motility of the sperm for possible problems. Often, issues such as low sperm count, impotence, erectile dysfunction or varicocele can hinder your chances of conception.
Nothing should stand between you and your desire to have a baby. Let the skilled team at Valley Fertility Baby Book work with you to identify and address male infertility factors. Call us today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Brown.