Male Factor Infertility

Male factor infertility impacts between a third and half of couples with difficulty conceiving. The primary factors often end up being related to varicocele, hormone issues, or some form of azoospermia. While a semen analysis can help characterize if an issue exists, a sperm count can be variable and difficult to interpret.

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Male Factor Infertility
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What you'll learn

Few male factor patients are seen by a reproductive urologist, who will focus on treating the man’s underlying issues. Instead, male infertility is often ignored as the couple is ushered directly to IVF with ICSI. In this course we train patients to ascertain if they’re being treated by the proper clinician and whether IVF or ICSI are appropriate measures. We’ll cover the data on where the semen analysis is helpful and unhelpful, and the non-surgical ways fertility can be improved by correcting lifestyle habits and hormone imbalances. Patients will also understand when and how intervention is appropriate to remove varicocele and work around azoospermia.

Course Syllabus9 Lessons1h 44m

  1. In this lesson we'll cover:
    1. Course Plan
  2. Lesson 3 (11 min)
    The Semen Analysis
  3. Lesson 6 (15 min)
  4. Lesson 7 (19 min)
  5. Lesson 9 (9 min)
    Advanced Paternal Age

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