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Male Infertility Treatments

About 40-50%  of all infertility issues are due to male factors.

The male partner is thoroughly evaluated and the problem diagnosed correctly. 

This involves:

-Detailed History Taking

-Physical / General Examination

-Semen Analysis

-Other tests as needed- DFI, Hormonal Tests, Scrotal USG, Scrotal doppler, Transrectal USG, Genetic Tests, Testicular Biopsy, Post Ejaculation Urine Analysis. 


This is diagnosed when there are no sperms in the semen sample. It can be Obstructive Azoospermia or Non-Obstructive Azoospermia.

Ejaculation issues

These patients can get a thorough diagnosis of the underlying issues and treatment from our Andrologist.


Here the sperm count is low or the motility is less or the normal forms are less. 

Sperm Retrieval Techniques

These are of great help in Azoospermia patients

TESA: Testicular Sperm Aspiration

Here very little testicular tissue is taken and sperms are extracted directly from this tissue. It is done under local or short general anesthesia. These sperms can be frozen for later use or can be used for ICSI. 

PESA: Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration

Here a small needle is passed into the epididymis (the place where sperm are stored) and sperms are extracted from there. It is done under local anesthesia and is a common procedure used for ICSI.

MicroTESE: Microsurgical Testicular Sperm Extraction

It is a microsurgical retrieval of sperm directly from the testicles. This is performed by an andrologist using a microscope with a patient under general anaesthesia. It is of great help in people with obstructive Azospermia. 

MESA: Microsurgical Epididymal Sperm Aspiration

Fluid is drawn out from epididymis and sperms are retrieved from it. This requires an operating surgical microscope.

Make an Appointment

Whatsapp +91 85228 85092 or Call: 040-27000789  for appointment followed by consultation.

Timing: Monday – Saturday: 10am – 7pm; Sunday: On appointment basis.