Male infertility is defined as a couple’s inability to achieve pregnancy following one year of appropriately timed and unprotected intercourse (WHO). It has been estimated that approximately 15-20% of couples attempting to achieve pregnancy are unable to do so.
Female factor is contributory in approximately 40% of these couples and another 30-40% are pure male factor. Combination of both male and female factors accounts for the remaining 20-30% of cases.
Traditionally male factor is under-evaluated and gets ignored in majority of the cases due to the lack of male infertility experts. We have the dedicated and well trained andrologists to offer the best possible world class care to help needy couples.