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Infertility Testing, Analysis and Treatments at FCC
Success Stories: Restoring Male Fertility
Infertility care begins with testing and analysis to diagnose possible causes of infertility.
Once testing is complete, you can choose the appropriate next step and move forward with procedures that match your unique situation. All of the testing and procedures performed in our andrology lab, use state-of-the-art equipment and today’s latest technologies.
Whether you are interested in artificial insemination, semen analysis, gender selection, male fertility or vasectomy reversals we have more information for you on the following pages.
Artificial insemination is a highly successful alternative method of achieving pregnancy. The Fertility Center of California offers both intrauterine insemination (IUI) and intracervical insemination (ICI). Learn more about artificial insemination.
The results of semen analysis are the central component in male fertility testing. We offer comprehensive semen testing and partial analysis at our laboratories. Learn more about semen analysis procedures.
Gender selection is a tremendous help to couples that want a boy or girl for medical or personal reasons. While there are no guarantees, thousands of healthy babies have been born using sex selection techniques. Learn more about sex selection.
Sperm washing is essential for intrauterine insemination (IUI) because it removes chemicals harmful to the uterus while enhancing the fertilizing capacity of sperm. Read in detail about various sperm preparation techniques.
Male infertility is the sole or contributing cause of infertility nearly 40% of the time. At our partner practice, MFS, a board certified urologist with specialized training in male reproductive health can perform advanced male fertility testing and diagnosis.
It is not uncommon for males with a vasectomy to have a change of heart and want more children. A vasectomy reversal is a quick and affordable procedure with high success rates for restoring male fertility. Learn more about vasectomy reversal surgery.
ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection) is a procedure used with IVF when there is severe male factor infertility and/or a woman's eggs has difficulties being penetrated by sperm for fertilization. Learn more about ICSI.