Male infertility

Male infertility is a complicated issue. The collaboration among a urologist, an endocrinologist, a microbiologist, a specialised biologist- embryologist, as well as a gynaecologist is necessary.

The complexity of the issue is obvious in the results of studies. The male factor accounts for 45% of infertility cases. For this reason, if there are indications of infertility, the first test that a man should undergo is a spermiogram.

Screening tests of sperm, which need to be performed regularly, will determine the size of the problem and thus, the treatment that needs to be followed.

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