Male Fertility

A man’s role in conception is considered to be relatively simple and straightforward, but in fact his reproductive physiology is quite complicated. Male factor infertility is defined as an abnormality in sperm production, function or delivery that impedes a couple from establishing a pregnancy.

Michael A. Witt, M.D.

Michael A. Witt, M.D. is a world leader in the male fertility, sexual function and urology. He is our in-house, board certified urologist specializing in the diagnosis and personalized treatment of male factor infertility. Dr. Witt and our team of expert Reproductive Endocrinologists combine the highest level of techniques and services with a compassionate environment to deliver the most advanced male fertility care.

For men who are experiencing infertility or have questions about male factor infertility, sperm retrieval or vasectomy reversals, we encourage you to contact our specialists. Our program is uniquely designed to identify and treat any male fertility issue couples are facing.

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Advanced Male Infertility Care For Every Stage of Your Life

For men who are experiencing infertility or have questions about male factor infertility, sperm retrieval, or vasectomy reversals, we encourage you to contact RBA. Our program is uniquely designed to identify and treat any male fertility issue couples are facing. Some of the issues/procedures that Dr. Witt has expertise in include:

  • Low sperm prodution
  • Vasal obstruction
  • Abnormal sperm morphology
  • Impotence
  • Ejaculatory dysfunction
  • Premature ejaculation
  • Cystic fibrosis-related infertility
  • Male infertility genetic testing

The Evaluation Process

Our routine evaluation for male factor infertility includes a semen analysis, medical history, physical exam, and additional fertility testing. Read through more details about what to expect when you embark on your journey.

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Male Infertility FAQs

We’re here to support you even before your initial consulation. Read through a few of the most commonly asked male fertility questions below, and visit our FAQs page to see a more comprehensive list.

  • In approximately 50% of cases of heterosexual couples having difficulties conceiving, male-factor infertility issues are either the sole cause or a contributing factor.

  • For men who are trying to conceive with a female partner, it’s recommended to seek out a male fertility evaluation after six months to a year of trying to conceive without success. For gay couples and single men who are pursuing parenthood through assisted reproductive technology (ART), a fertility evaluation is typically the first step in the family-building journey.

  • It’s recommended that men seeking a comprehensive evaluation for male factor infertility do so with a urologist specifically trained in the evaluation and treatment of male infertility.

  • The initial consultation for male fertility consists of reviewing a full personal and family medical history, a physical examination, and ordering appropriate diagnostic testing. For more detailed information please read our Male Fertility Evaluation page.

Schedule a Male Fertility Evaluation in Atlanta, GA

If you’re interested in learning more about male fertility and fertility testing, we encourage you to schedule a consultation to get started.

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