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Male Infertility Webinar

An audio visual education module and detailed primer on male infertility, its origins, anatomy and physiology and treatment.

Non-Surgical Alternatives for Men Desiring Children Following a Vasectomy

In the late 1980’s, Dr. Sherman Silber in St. Louis, proved that sperm obtained directly from the scrotum could be used to successfully fertilize eggs and achieve viable pregnancies. While this procedure was originally intended for men who are born with an obstruction in the genital tract (congenital absence of the vas deferens), it has become clear over the past decade that men with previous vasectomies can benefit from similar procedures as well.

Fordham Study - Emotional Impact of Multiple Miscarriages on Men

Ms. Erica Tennenbaum, a Doctoral Candidate at Fordham University’s Counseling Psychology Department is currently working on her dissertation research, which focuses on multiple miscarriages (i.e. three or more miscarriages). 

Sperm Donor Anonymity

This important article discusses the issues related to sperm donor anonymity and the consequences for forced identification release.

Updated Views and Data on Sperm DNA Fragmentation and Pregnancy Outcomes

From the 2006 ART Resource Directory

Breakthroughs in Andrology (Abstract)

A Cross-Sectional Study on Environmental DDT Exposure and reduced seminal parameters in Men from Chiapas, Mexico

Microsurgical Management of Male Infertility by Jonathan Schiff, M.D.

The surgical management of male infertility is one of the most exciting topics in all of medicine. Over the last 25 years, the application of advanced microsurgical techniques has made the treatment of the infertile male one of the great success stories in medicine. We can now offer successful treatment options to thousands of couples affected by male factor infertility whose only options in the past were donor sperm or adoption.

High Resolution Sperm Selection by Peter Ahlering, MD

A fact sheet on HRSS

Semen Analysis: Normal Ranges

This semen analysis chart is based on the World Heath Organization criteria, 1992. Table excerpted from Berger, G.S., Goldstein, M., and Fuerst, M. (1995). The Couple's Guide to Fertility. New York: Doubleday.

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