It’s time to know the stats about male infertility
We’re huge basketball fans at Texas Fertility Center, sharing your enthusiasm for the 75th March Madness tournament. We love Cinderella stories and watching underdogs beat the odds to achieve victory. It’s the same with infertility. Our March Dadness campaign goal is to equip couples to overcome male infertility. Every March, we share stats about male infertility. We also discuss treatment options and fertility boosters that help men get off the bench and into the game.
Your male infertility treatment game plan
In basketball, a ‘baby hook’ is a one-handed, high-arching shot that is difficult to block. Think of a leading-edge fertility treatment called intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) as a baby hook. Texas Fertility Center performs ICSI with in vitro fertilization (IVF) to help men with very low sperm counts become fathers. With ICSI, we can inject one sperm directly into the egg to achieve pregnancy.
We also offer a wide range of other hopeful fertility treatments to make fatherhood possible for all. Your game plan for getting pregnant may include one or more of these male infertility treatment options:
- ICSI with IVF
- Intrauterine insemination (IUI)
- Fertility drug therapy
- Simple lifestyle changes to enhance fertility
More stats about male infertility and March Dadness
March Madness marks its 75th anniversary this year. Texas Fertility Center enters its 33rd year of providing fertility treatment solutions for men and women dealing with reproductive setbacks. Contact us to schedule an evaluation and a semen analysis, which will either eliminate male factors as a cause of infertility, or lead to a plan for turning madness into dadness.
Want more info on March Dadness and stats about male infertility? Visit www.marchdadness.com! It’s one of the best ways to get in the game.