Low Sperm Count Treatment in Panama
Hospitals, clinics and medical centers in Panama performing Low Sperm Count Treatment.
Fertility Clinic, Panama City, Panama
The clinic offers a range of fertility procedures: in vitro fertilization through a natural cycle, in vitro fertilization with laser assisted hatching, cryopreservation of embryos and oocytes, and pre-implantation genetic diagnosis.
Low Sperm Count is treated at IVF Panama Centro De Reproduccion Punta Pacifica
Listed fertility specialist:
Medical Director of the IVF Clinic
Private Hospital, Panama City, Panama
One of Panama’s largest hospitals, offering a wide range of medical specialties and fully equipped facilities. Clinica Hospital San Fernando was the first hospital in Panama to be accredited by the JCI.
Low Sperm Count is treated at San Fernando Hospital
About Low Sperm Count
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What are the options available for helping conception in case of a low sperm count?
- Drug treatments: There are many drugs to treat a low sperm count, including androgens, testolactone, FSH injections, steroids, kallikrein, clomiphene and antioxidants. Antibiotic treatment to clear an infection of the reproductive tract may also help treat male infertility.
- IVF: IVF, in vitro fertilization, takes sperm and injects it directly into the egg, bypassing problems with sperm delivery.
- IUI: IUI, intrauterine insemination, is artificial insemination carried out by injecting specially treated sperm into the womb.
- ICSI: ICSI, intracytoplasmic insemination, is an IVF procedure that injects a single sperm into an egg and transfers it to the uterus.
- PESA: A small amount of sperm is removed through a thin needle and used in ICSI.
- TESA: Mature sperm are extracted using a thin needle and used in the ICSI procedure.
- TESE: Sperm is removed through extracted tissue from the testicles and used in ICSI.
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