Infertility affects men and women. A testicular biopsy is an important tool in diagnosing male infertility.
Due to the high incidence of male factor infertility, it is important to receive an early and optimal diagnosis of conditions that may cause infertility. If pregnancy fails to occur within one year of regular unprotected intercourse or if there are risk factors in the male partner, then an initial screening and male fertility tests such as sperm DNA testing, semen analysis, scrotal ultrasounds and testicular biopsy should be done.
At Footsteps To Fertility Centre, we are dedicated to providing you with the most current and innovative therapies for male reproductive health. Our team collaborates to ensure that patients receive the most comprehensive care available.
Feel free to contact us. We are more than happy to provide families with advanced male fertility care.