We understand the unique challenges and concerns faced by men when it comes to reproductive health. Our Andrology and Male Infertility Department is dedicated to providing specialized care and comprehensive solutions for male reproductive disorders. With a team of experienced andrologists and state-of-the-art facilities, we are committed to helping men achieve their reproductive goals and improve their overall fertility. Our expert andrologists perform a thorough evaluation to assess male fertility factors. We offer comprehensive diagnostic tests, including semen analysis, hormonal assessment, genetic testing, and imaging studies, to identify the underlying causes of infertility. : We provide a range of advanced treatment options for male infertility, tailored to each patient's specific needs. Our services include medical treatments, lifestyle modifications, surgical interventions, and assisted reproductive technologies such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), and sperm retrieval techniques.


How is male infertility diagnosed?

Male infertility is diagnosed through a comprehensive evaluation, including a thorough medical history, physical examination, semen analysis to assess sperm quality and quantity, hormone testing, and additional diagnostic tests such as genetic testing or imaging studies to evaluate the reproductive organs.

What are the treatment options for male infertility?

Treatment options for male infertility depend on the underlying cause and may include lifestyle modifications, hormonal therapy, surgical interventions to correct anatomical abnormalities or blockages, assisted reproductive techniques (such as intrauterine insemination or in vitro fertilization), or sperm retrieval procedures for use in assisted reproductive technologies.

Can lifestyle factors affect male fertility?

Yes, certain lifestyle factors can impact male fertility. Smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, drug use, obesity, poor nutrition, exposure to environmental toxins or radiation, and high levels of stress can contribute to decreased sperm quality and fertility. Adopting a healthy lifestyle can positively impact fertility outcomes.

What are the common symptoms of testosterone deficiency in men?

Common symptoms of testosterone deficiency, also known as low testosterone or hypogonadism, include fatigue, reduced sex drive, erectile dysfunction, muscle weakness, mood changes, decreased bone density, and increased body fat. However, these symptoms can also be caused by other medical conditions, so it's important to consult with a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis.