RMACT Talks Men’s Fertility Health – HamletHub – HamletHub

Forty percent of couples experience male factor infertility, which includes sperm production disorders, structural abnormalities, ejaculatory disturbances and immunologic disorders," explains RMACT Patient Advocate and Blog Editor-in-Chief, Lisa Rosenthal.

Infertility is a team sport, says Dr. Joshua M. Hurwitz, a partner at RMACT. Our diagnostic testing includes an extremely thorough fertility evaluation of all our female patients, as well as testing a semen analysis specimen from each of our male patients. It is important for patients to tackle fertility problems togetherboth medically and emotionally.

Rosenthal says that men can improve the quality and quantity of their sperm in about three months through lifestyle changes such as improving their diet and minimizing or eliminating habits such as excess alcohol consumption and smoking. Basic sperm formation takes about 74 days and an additional 12 to 21 days for the sperm to mature.

When these steps are not enough, there is medical intervention. The doctors and team of experts at RMACT can help with that.

For your convenience, RMACT provides semen analysis kits at our offices and at OB-GYN's offices. These kits allow you to produce in the privacy of your own home, says Rosenthal.

Whats more RMACT offers:

In-house laboratory specialists perform comprehensive sperm testing

RMACT physicians review test results and reach out to your doctor with any concerns, or depending on your preference can explain results to you over the phone

Financial team conducts benefit verification to obtain insurance coverage for testing.

Schedule a convenient time to drop off the specimen at one of our locations: Danbury, Norwalk, Stamford, and Trumbull.

Read more about how RMACT can help with male factor infertility by visiting the RMACT blog "Its All About the Sperm: Mens Fertility 101".

Heres to mens health!

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