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During your first visit, we will go through a detailed health history, including any medical problems, reproductive history, past surgeries, and sexual history.
A physical examination will be performed, and in some cases, an ultrasound of the testicles and scrotum will be done in the office. Your doctor will review any findings and discuss a recommended path forward – proceeding straight to a treatment plan or recommending further investigation, such as additional imaging studies or genetic testing.
- Leader in Assisted Reproductive Technology
- Highly-Recognized IVF Delivery Rates
- Proven Fertility Treatments
- Unparalleled Experience & Expertise
- State-Of-The-Art Laboratory
- CareShare - Our 100% IVF Refund Program
In Vitro Fertilization, or IVF, is the procedure most commonly associated with fertility treatment.
While not every patient is right or ready for IVF, it has been demonstrated to be a highly effective option for many.
Patients are often recommended for IVF based on a number of factors, including:
Issues related to sperm or egg quantity or quality
Once any issues have been identified and addressed, the specialist will recommend an appropriate treatment plan and a cycle can be scheduled.
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a type of artificial insemination that allows doctors to inject sperm directly into a patient’s uterine cavity during an optimal time of ovulation.
IUI is used to treat many causes of infertility, especially when there is a problem with the sperm, such as low sperm count or low motility (when sperm do not move well). IUI bypasses the cervix, so it is a useful treatment if there is incompatibility between sperm and the cervical mucus.
LGBT Family Building
At RMA Men's Health, we are allies to the LGBTQ community and passionate supporters for their desire to build a family.
Not only do we practice compassionate, sensitive and evidence-based fertility care for all members of this diverse community, we have experienced the life-altering joy fertility assistance can bring first-hand.
At RMA Men's Health, Dr. Philip Cheng goes above and beyond to create a safe and inclusive environment for the LGBTQ community being a gay man himself.
From same-sex male couples, to trans individuals, and to single members of the community – we ensure all of RMA’s patients have the best possible chance at growing their families.
Our Embryology and Andrology Labs
Two fully accredited surgical centers in Basking Ridge and Marlton, NJ.
RMA has one of the highest IVF success rates in the country and our state-of-the-art embryology and andrology labs play a major role in our success.
Multiple collection locations.
We have an andrology lab at every location, which allows our patients to produce semen samples at a clinic that is most convenient for them.
Our Embryology and Andrology Labs
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A semen analysis is one of the main tests that a reproductive urologist will use to evaluate your fertility. Men with abnormal semen parameters should undergo a comprehensive evaluation, including a history, physical examination, and blood tests to check for hormone abnormalities.
Infertility can be caused by genetic abnormalities that may affect sperm production or sperm transport. There are three common genetic tests related to male infertility: Cystic Fibrosis (CFTR) Gene Mutations, Y-Chromosome Microdeletions, Karyotype.
Clomiphene Citrate can treat symptoms of low testosterone and increase sperm counts. Anastrozole has been found to improve sperm production and sperm recovery rates in men with low sperm counts. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) can be used to increase testosterone levels and improve sperm production.
Most fertile men have a sperm concentration of at least 15 million sperm per milliliter of semen. Azoospermia is when a man produces semen, but it does not contain any sperm. Diagnosis of azoospermia can be made by obtaining at least two semen analyses that show no sperm.