Our Andrology Services

Best Andrology Treatment Services Cost & Prices at 9M Fertility Centre

The medical specialty of andrology focuses on issues specific to males, including urological disorders and the male reproductive system. Gynaecology and andrology are directly comparable, however andrology is not as well-known as gynaecology as a separate specialty.

Specialists in andrology handle all issues related to male health, particularly those involving the genitourinary and reproductive systems. Consequently, urologists are qualified to handle any medical issue that is specific to males and felt in the male anatomy. An andrologist can treat a variety of ailments, some of which include:

Prostatitis, Prostate cancer, Penile cancer, Testicular cancer, Erectile dysfunction, Infertility, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Testicular torsion and Premature ejaculation.

Everything pertaining to male infertility and sperm is covered by andrology services. Male fertility tests, sperm cryopreservation, and sperm preparation for insemination or IVF/ART treatments are all included.

Sperm Preparation

The first step in treating infertility is cleaning and preparing the sperm for an IUI. The seminal fluid is separated from the sperm by washing them. Because it might result in uterine cramping or other negative effects, seminal fluid cannot enter the uterus. To improve the likelihood of becoming pregnant, washing also eliminates non-motile sperm cells and concentrates the remaining motile sperm. Depending on the quality of your sperm and the fertility therapy you intend to utilise, there are many sperm preparation techniques that may be employed.

Semen Analysis

When doing a fertility test, a semen analysis is frequently the initial step. In order to establish a treatment plan and ascertain whether you have a diagnosable medical cause for your infertility, your doctor may request a semen analysis. Also, a semen analysis can assist in determining whether IUIs are a good option for you or whether you need to pursue more sophisticated therapies like IVF or ICSI.

Donor Preparation

Patients who plan to try to conceive using the donor’s sperm are aware of a directed donor; nonetheless, this individual does not plan to become a parent of any child born from the pregnancy. We can assist you with directed donor preparation, which includes sperm preparation and medical and genetic screening and testing.

Sperm cryopreservation

The process of preparing and freezing sperm in liquid nitrogen for later use is known as sperm cryopreservation.

When to consider sperm cryopreservation: when undergoing Preimplantation Genetic Screening/ Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGS/PGD); cancer treatments that may impact future fertility; military deployments; vasectomy;  hormone treatments; extended travel;  urinary surgeries; other medical treatments; and possible exposure to substances that may impact future fertility

Sperm Storage

We freeze and store sperm in liquid nitrogen-filled containers. This preservation ensures its availability for upcoming IUI, IVF, or ICSI procedures, as well as for use in PGS or PGD, cancer therapies affecting future fertility, soldiers’ deployment, vasectomy, hormone therapies, extended journeys, urinary system-related surgeries, and other medical interventions. Additionally, it safeguards against possible exposure to chemicals that could impact fertility in the future.

To assist men with azoospermia, a condition characterized by the absence of sperm in the semen, we offer a specialized fertility procedure known as testicular sperm aspiration (TESA).

We offer men a specialized fertility procedure known as microdissection testicular sperm extraction, or Micro-TESE, to assist with non-obstructive azoospermia. This condition involves impaired sperm production, leading to the absence of sperm in the semen.

Donor therapy is one kind of fertility care that we provide to people and couples who might need to use donated sperm, eggs, or embryos in order to get pregnant.
Your fertility doctor will offer you particular instructions on how and when to send a semen sample to andrology lab if you require andrology services for male factor infertility treatment or as part of your diagnostic fertility workup.

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