Best Fertility Clinic serving Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego and beyond
Dr Aaron Spitz has been recognized as one of the Best Fertility Doctors in southern California from Los Angeles to Santa Ana and from Irvine to San Diego. His orange county clinic provides the best care for men who seek vasectomy reversal whether it is by reversing their vasectomy or with sperm extraction and IVF (in vitro fertilization). If you are living in the vacanity of Los Angeles with male infertility issues, please let us know… we can help!
Sperm extraction and IVF (In vitro fertilization)
There are many female fertility doctors and clinics that perform IVF from Los Angeles to Santa Ana, CA to San Diego. Dr. Spitz coordinates care with the best of these fertility doctors and IVF (in vitro fertilization) clinics. In vitro fertilization may be the best option for select couples based on the recommendations from the woman’s fertility doctor or Dr. Spitz. The IVF clinic will provide the egg retrieval for the woman and Dr. Spitz will perform the sperm extraction required for in vitro fertilization.
We believe that male infertility can be successfully treated and we have proven it with our long and successful record of vasectomy reversals! Men with fertility problems account for up to half of couples who fail to conceive, but most of these men have never been properly evaluated.
Facts reveal that over 500,000 men opt for vasectomy in the USA every year, yet the number opting for vasectomy reversal is in the thousands. A vasectomy reversal is a need-driven, life-changing decision with far-reaching consequences for the male. There are many reasons behind vasectomy reversal. What’s most important is that parenthood somehow becomes a critical issue in the man’s life. And we have the experience and expertise to help men reach their goals!
Dr. Spitz is a premier vasectomy reversal specialist in San Diego and surrounding areas.
Best Fertility Doctor
Dr. Spitz is considered by many to be the leading fertility doctor in Orange County CA for men. The success of vasectomy reversal varies from state to state, center to center, family to family and individual to individual. Crucial factors include:
- the procedure chosen
- the age and health of the individual and the spouse
- their habits and lifestyle
- the nature of the earlier performed vasectomy
- the facilities available at the vasectomy reversal clinic
- the procedural familiarity of the supporting staff
- the skill and experience of the male reproductive specialist
These factors, especially the last one, play an all-important role in ensuring a successful vasectomy reversal. Which makes Aaron Spitz, MD, of Laguna Hills, CA, one of the country’s most sought-after choices for the procedure. He’s a board-certified urologist and fellowship-trained microsurgeon whose surgical outcomes are among the best in the USA.
Discover today’s most advanced, most effective microsurgical vasectomy reversal techniques. Trust Aaron Spitz, MD, and Vasectomy Reversal USA. Call us at 888.532.4358 or use our convenient online Request an Appointment form to schedule your consultation. We provide our services to the Orange County, CA communities of Newport Beach, Laguna Niguel, Mission Viejo, Irvine and Huntington Beach and the Los Angeles County, CA cities of Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Long Beach, Torrance and Los Angeles.
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