Male Fertility Clinic and How to Find Them

on Sep 05, 2012

by Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

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When you're on the search for a male fertility clinic to get your fertility and treatment options checked out, try these tips for finding the best option for you.

Historically, infertility has been attributed to women. The causes behind the impossibility of having a child were, in most cases, related to dysfunctions of the female reproductive system. However, more and more studies reveal that a high percent (approx. 40%) of the cases of infertility the male is the cause. Given the numbers, specialists recommend that not only women take fertility tests, but also men. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

The best way to do that is in a male fertility clinic. Besides the standard testing, couples can learn more about what male infertility is and what its implications are. The first step in finding a solution is to understand the causes and, for this, the opinion of a specialist is required.

However, choosing a male fertility clinic may prove to be problematic given the long list of offers on the market. Here are three tips that can prove helpful on this medical quest!

How to find clinics

Listing all the possibilities! It is crucial to get a perspective on the local medical environment. Private clinics and hospitals come as good options, as long as the budget is permissive. There are plenty of data online, sites that have put together directories containing not only contact details but also reviews and testimonials.

Research & review

Gathering information! Each clinic has a history, a background that should be consulted before deciding whether it is the right choice or not. For example, the Male Reproductive Clinic in Houston, Texas chose to advertise through a series of videos posted on the official site. It is a good opportunity to hear how others have collaborated with the clinic and the staff. In this sense, calling their customer care department may be a valuable clue as to how professional the services offered are.

Compare prices

Comparing prices! For standard procedures, the prices do not change dramatically from one doctor to another. However, a more elaborate intervention, which requires pre or post treatment, is more expensive. Generally speaking, fertility related problems are not covered by the usual health insurances, so all the expenses related to this type of medical issue have to be covered from other sources.

In order to benefit from the best medical assistance, attention should be paid to every detail: from the general overview of the clinic to the doctor handling the case, without overlooking the facilities and the customer care departments.

Male infertility is treatable in more than 70% of the cases, so, basically, in most cases, doctors are able to guide their patients toward a positive result.

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Dr. Renee Hanton is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Dr. Hanton specializes in the endocrine causes of infertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

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