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Low Sperm Count & Sperm Morphology

 

Male Infertility

Low sperm counts and/or low motility (ability of sperm to move) and/or decreased morphology (normal shape of sperm head/tails) and/or absent sperm in the ejaculate. Men who have had a vasectomy and possibly a failed reversal.

 

Treatment Options

1) Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) where applicable.

2) Inter-uterine inseminations using donated sperm (AID/TDI).

3) Epididymal sperm aspiration and/or testicular biopsy plus IVF with ICSI.

4) IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) with ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection).

 

What You Need to Know

All artificial insemination are funded by OHIP, however, the actual sperm wash procedure is a chargeable service.
Please refer to our Schedule of Fees.