Fertility Testing For Men

Fertility Testing For Men

At Houston Fertility Specialists, the use of Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) technique has revolutionized fertility treatments and enabled men with low sperm count to achieve their dreams of having a family. Even men with no sperm in their ejaculate may have a baby using ICSI for sperm obtained from their testes. Our in vitro fertilization laboratory has vast experience and was one of the first laboratories in the United States to apply ICSI technology.

HFS Fertility Testing for Men

Fertility testing for men is essential for determining the cause of infertility. In nearly 50 percent of couples seeking care for reduced fertility, there is an abnormality in the man’s sperm. It is just as important for the man to get tested as the woman. Every couple seeking fertility treatment should be tested, regardless of the partners results or findings. Semen analysis testing can be performed at our Fannin office in the Texas Medical Center as well as our Sugar Land, Katy and Clear Lake locations. Samples can be collected in comfortable collection rooms within our offices or at home. We will give you the specific collection and handling instructions if these tests are ordered.

We offer semen analysis testing daily and we offer Saturday appointments at our Katy location. Semen analysis testing can be performed without a referral from a physician, for those interested in knowing their sperm count.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact Houston Fertility Specialists.

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Sugar Land Fertility Center

7616 Brandford Place, Suite 310
Sugar Land, TX 77479

Katy Fertility Center

23960 Katy Freeway, Suite 280
Katy, TX 77494

Clear Lake Fertility Center

450 Medical Center Blvd, Suite 410
Webster, TX 77598

Willowbrook Fertility Center

13215 Dotson Rd, Suite 180, Houston, TX 77070

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