Male Infertility

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A lab technician looks into a microscope, possibly examining semen in a patient with male infertility.

You and your partner have decided it’s time: You want to have a baby. But sometimes the process isn’t as easy as couples would hope. 

"When you want to start a family, fertility can be a complicated health issue with physical, emotional and psychological ramifications," says Stanton Honig, MD, a urologist and director of Yale Medicine's Male Reproductive Health/Sexual Medicine Program. 

Yale Medicine Urology is at the forefront of scientific research and clinical care, and our track record in the field goes back decades. When cutting-edge research offers a new treatment option or our doctors have developed a new procedure, our patients are the first to benefit. We are here every step of the way to help couples deal with male-factor fertility issues.