Are infertility treatments available for Dallas area men?
Men who are dealing with infertility are welcome to speak to Dr. Jeffrey P. Buch, a nationally recognized doctor helping couples conceive. At Legacy Male Health in Frisco, TX, patients can ask about common infertility concerns such as poor sperm motility and learn about causes and treatments for such issues.
What is poor sperm motility?
Poor sperm motility is the medical term for semen that has slow-moving sperm. In terms of fertility, it means the sperm are unable to reach the egg to fertilize it. This is an important aspect of conception that can prevent pregnancy, and can cause delays in starting or expanding a family.
What causes poor sperm motility?
- Excessive heat in the genital area
- Side effects of medications
- Varicose veins of the testicles
- Excessive smoking or alcohol consumption
It is important for men to have a physical on a regular basis to determine their overall health, and a further evaluation done with our team of professionals at Legacy Male Health will be able to provide answers as to the cause of poor sperm motility.
What can be done for poor sperm motility?
When a physical condition such as varicocele (varicose veins of the testicle which overheat the testicle) is corrected through minor day surgery the motility problem will often correct. While in many cases there is not a specific cause with specific treatment for poor sperm motility, there are some treatment options to consider for conception itself. We highly recommend couples who are struggling with conceiving due to poor sperm motility to consider intrauterine insemination, or IUI, to become pregnant. With intrauterine insemination, the sperm is injected directly into the uterus to increase the chance of conception by getting more sperm to the egg in the right place at the right time.
Are you dealing with sperm motility issues?
Are you ready to find out the causes of these problems and seek effective treatments to conceive a child? Do you want to work with an experienced professional to determine how to conceive? Contact the team of Legacy Male Health today to connect with Dr. Jeffrey P. Buch and his dedicated staff by calling (972) 996-7177. The practice, located at 5616 Warren Parkway, Suite #101, provides a selection of services for men to help them with their fertility concerns.
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