Leading Southern California Fertility Clinic
Under the direction of Dr. Aaron Spitz, Vasectomy Reversal USA serves as one of the most reliable fertility clinics in Southern California, including Palmdale, Pasadena, Pomona, Simi Valley, Temecula, Thousand Oaks, Ventura and Burbank, CA, with an outstanding track record for treating male infertility. We understand your concerns, and communicate your options thoroughly so you can feel confident that a naturally conceived baby is within reach. We perform the necessary tests to help you get the answers you need, and provide the surgery or procedure required to restore your fertility. While men don’t like to think about being infertile, the reality is that male infertility is the cause for one-third of couples that are unable to conceive.
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Dr. Aaron Spitz is a renowned board-certified urologist serving as our lead practitioner at Vasectomy Reversal USA. He has extensive experience performing both vasectomies and vasectomy reversals, as well as many other procedures which treat urologic conditions. He is widely respected, serving as the lead delegate to the American Medical Association from the American Urological Association, often speaking at many different venues representing urology as a whole throughout the United States.
Dr. Spitz and the rest of the team at Vasectomy Reversal USA have the skillsets and education to properly deliver services to men throughout Pomono, Pasadena, Simi Valley, Temecula, Palmdale, Thousand Oaks, Ventura, Burbank and many other surrounding regions of CA as well as anywhere within the United States, for those willing to travel. Dr. Spitz’s expertise and careful attention to patient service has made him an industry leader. Through his widespread success, he has been featured on popular television series like The Doctors and Doctor Phil. Dr. Spitz most recently performed a live vasectomy on the set of The Doctors.
With a thorough evaluation, Dr. Spitz will uncover any causes that may be contributing to your infertility We want to restore your fertility as much as you do, and our expertise can help you achieve pregnancy as quickly as possible. Microsurgical treatments performed by Dr. Spitz, including sperm retrieval for IVF or vasectomy reversal, achieve high success rates.
When you are searching for fertility clinics in Southern California, rest assured that we have the knowledge and expertise to restore your fertility, helping you move forward with your family.
In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) in Southern California
With the increasing success of IVF treatments, we offer sperm retrieval surgery to obtain sperm for use with your spouse’s IVF treatment. Proper planning and collaboration with your wife or surrogate’s In-Vitro Fertility specialist is critical, and we coordinate everything to enable you both to achieve conception. Since only a single sperm is required to fertilize an egg, our microsurgical sperm retrieval has allowed men with even the most severe male infertility conditions to father children that they thought would never be possible.
If you have had a vasectomy, Dr. Spitz is usually able to retrieve enough sperm during just one procedure for all IVF cycles you may need. Sperm retrieval may be performed in the office setting or at one of several renowned fertility clinics in Southern California. The sperm may be frozen and then used when the woman’s eggs are ready to be retrieved. The sperm is then injected into the eggs causing them to fertilize and then develop into embryos, some of which are then transferred into the woman’s uterus to establish a pregnancy. This has proven to be a highly effective method, particularly if there is a female fertility issue also present, and it can help you overcome your infertility and embrace fatherhood.
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