Male Fertility
Half the fertility equation

Understanding more about male fertility, not only helps you plan for the future and highlights any conditions you may not be aware of, but it also puts you back in control.

Treating male fertility at The Evewell

When discussing fertility, the focus usually tends to be directed towards women. However, one in three couples who struggle to conceive, do so as a result of male infertility issues. If this is the case, there are a number of different lifestyle changes which may help.

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A holistic evaluation of your fertility

Our experienced team of consultants use the most recent diagnostic tools to provide a holistic evaluation of your fertility, so you can feel empowered and informed about your future.

We offer a range of treatments to maximise your chances of conceiving your own biological child.

Our expert team will analyse your sperm and make recommendations, if necessary, for further treatment or considerations. ⁠

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You benefit from the knowledge of our entire team

Our combined focus across andrology and human genetics, allow us to look at male fertility holistically, enabling us to diagnose a multitude of fertility issues and find the quickest and least invasive way to achieve a successful pregnancy.

We put equal weight on male and female fertility, after all, it takes both an egg and a sperm to make a baby, yet still a lot of clinics conduct only minimal investigations on men.

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Considering less invasive options first

Finding the root cause of male infertility is important in treating it.

Most people assume that if they are having trouble conceiving that they should go straight to IVF. Although IVF is a very good and highly successful option, there are many other treatments for male infertility, which may be less invasive and less expensive. We will always consider these options first.

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Treating male infertility

A personalised approach

The best form of treatment will be discussed during the Initial Consultation with your consultant. Treatment options may include lifestyle changes, medication, IUI or IVF, with or without ICSI.

Understanding Why

Understanding Why

We believe that one size doesn’t fit all, so the first step of your journey at The Evewell is to meet with one of our consultants.

We don’t want you to have to go through extensive unnecessary tests or treatment, so if you have medical notes or test results from previous treatments, we’re happy to use these providing they are within the required timeframe.

Sometimes during this meeting, we decide that IVF isn’t the best plan for you, and instead, you’ll be recommended alternative solutions that other fertility clinics perhaps haven’t considered.

I need help with male fertility
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IVF for male infertility

IVF for male infertility

IVF stands for in-vitro fertilisation, it is a very successful procedure that can help with many causes of infertility including, male infertility.

The IVF procedure involves fertilising eggs with sperm outside of the body to create embryos, these are then implanted back into the womb.

IVF
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Sperm retrieval

Sperm retrieval

Men who are unable to produce sperm because of an obstruction between the testicles and penis or the testicles may not be working properly, can be helped by various techniques of sperm retrieval, with the aim to collect enough sperm to carry out ICSI.

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ICSI for male infertility

ICSI for male infertility

ICSI a highly effective method of IVF that is another specialised treatment to improve your chances of conceiving a biological child.

All you need is one sperm, which is injected directly into the egg, and is a very successful procedure.

Whatever your situation, our expertly trained specialists are here to support you along the way.

ICSI
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Lifestyle changes

Lifestyle changes

Giving up smoking, decreasing alcohol intake, following a healthy diet and stress management may be beneficial in some cases.

A diet high in antioxidants such as vitamin C and E has been proven to improve the quality of sperm by decreasing the number of free radicals that may cause membrane damage.

The use of zinc, fish oil and selenium has also shown to be beneficial. Anti-oxidants have been shown to reduce sperm DNA fragmentation.

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How much is IVF likely to cost?

We know that fertility treatments are not only an emotional commitment but also a financial one too, and with the ultimate goal of finding the quickest, easiest, and least invasive way to get you pregnant, we’ve made sure our prices are competitive.

We always recommend to patients that when comparing prices between clinics they ensure that they have prices for all the elements that a clinic expects a patient to pay for.

Contact one of our Patient Services team today to further discuss treatment costs.

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