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Male Infertility Los Angeles

Effective treatments restore male fertility

Statistics shows that about one in six couples are infertile. Male infertility plays a role in about half of these cases. By definition, infertile couples cannot conceive despite having had frequent unprotected sex for at least a year. Male infertility in Los Angeles is common, and even though it may be an uncomfortable issue, it is important to face it and find answers.

Men who want children, but who cannot conceive, often feel frustration and extreme emotional distress. The good news: Several very effective male infertility treatments – including vasectomy reversal – are now available. And one of the best male fertility doctors in the country is here in sunny Laguna Hills, CA.

You may be wondering where to turn to find help for male infertility in Los Angeles. One of the best male fertility doctors in the country is here in sunny Laguna Hills, CA. Aaron Spitz, MD, helps men understand the cause of their infertility. Possible causes may include low or no sperm production, malformed or immotile sperm, or physical blockages that prevent sperm delivery. Chronic health problems, genetic conditions, acute illnesses, injuries, lifestyle choices and even toxic exposures can also cause male infertility for men in Los Angeles. Fortunately, Dr. Spitz offers several safe, effective therapies that can significantly improve a man’s chances of achieving conception.

Based on the cause of the male infertility, treatments vary. For some men with low sperm counts, hormonal stimulation may help. Microsurgical procedures can restore proper blood flow to the testicle or find hidden sperm. Intrauterine insemination may help men with irreversibly low sperm counts. For men with a vasectomy, microsurgical reversal is highly successful and in some cases sperm extraction and in vitro fertilization may be recommended.

Dr. Spitz wants to make his patients dreams come true, and if your dream is to conceive, he will solve and effectively treat you. We have been successfully treating male infertility in Los Angeles for many years and we have restored the joy of fatherhood to many men. Once you are ready, Dr. Spitz consult with you and your partner in his Laguna Hills office, review your medical history, and conduct a thorough examination and analysis of your condition. Dr. Spitz has the expertise and proven track record for helping men and couples reach their goals. Through innovative techniques, and coordinated care, as well as highly successful surgical procedures, infertility can be cured. You’ve come to the right place.

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Discover today’s most effective treatments for male infertility. 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 Los Angeles County, CA cities of Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, and Long Beach, Torrance and Los Angeles and Orange County, CA communities of Newport Beach, Laguna Niguel, Mission Viejo, Irvine and Huntington Beach.

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