One of the most common misconceptions is that fertility is a women’s issue only. Although various female-specific factors contribute to infertility, men and their reproductive organs are a contributing cause to half of all couples who seek reproductive care.

PCRM’s specialists can accurately diagnose and treat many causes of both male and female infertility. We believe that there is always an opportunity to increase fertility and make the dreams of our patients come true.


Male Factor Infertility

To determine whether your concerns with fertility stem from a male factor, it is critical to undergo a male evaluation. PCRM recommends a male evaluation prior to starting any female fertility treatments. Dr. Victor Chow and Dr. Kenneth Poon (both well respected subspecialists in Male Factor fertility) work closely with PCRM and provide consultation services in our offices, as well as surgical procedures.

Male Factor Infertility can be caused by a number of factors:

  • Low sperm development
  • Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism
  • Vasectomy
  • Severe abnormalities
What causes low sperm development?
What is hypogonadotropic hypogonadism?
If I’ve had a vasectomy, can I have it reversed?
How do I know if I have severe abnormalities?