Dr. Harry Fisch is a New York City based physician who specializes in all things pertaining to male infertility. Check out his website to learn more about his services.
If you are thinking about getting a vasectomy reversal, then presumably you have been infertile up until now. That is, ever since you initially got your vasectomy. However, in some cases, a vasectomy reversal is not the answer to a man’s infertility. In some cases, the issue is not due to a lack of transference of healthy sperm into the semen. Rather, it is that the sperm and/or semen itself is the problem. Varicocele, for example, accounts for a high percentage of male infertility. It affects some 15% of men and is the leading cause of couples being infertile when the cause is on the man’s side.
Of course, damaged sperm or other causes are not always the case. In all likelihood, your sperm and your body are perfectly healthy and you have nothing to worry about. However, if you are planning to undergo a surgical procedure, as non-invasive as it may be, you may want to make sure it’s worth your while beforehand. You can do so with a simple and easy sperm and semen analysis. Here’s why that’s a good idea.
The physician is not involved in the process
There are no scary needles or scalpels involved in this test. All you have to do is provide a sample of semen for the physician to analyze. Once you’ve done so, all you have to do is wait patiently while we conduct our analysis. And then once we’re done, we will fill you in on our findings.
The results are highly reliable
This is not an analysis that tends to have shoddy results. In nearly all cases, the semen analysis gives physicians all of the information they need, which allows them to inform their patients on precisely what the most logical and responsible plan is for them moving forward. It is important to find a vasectomy reversal doctor you can count on to always provide you the best possible advice.
Dr. Harry Fisch is a New York City urologist who specializes in vasectomies, vasectomy reversals, and varicocelectomy. To learn more about semen analysis, or any other of Dr. Fisch’s services, you can call his office at 212-879-0800.