Dr. Tejanshu Shah

Curing Urological Patients for more than 25 years..

                                                                        Male Infertility                                                                      

Infertility is a disease of the reproductive system that impairs one of the body's most basic functions: the conception of children. It is defined in practical terms as a couple's inability to achieve pregnancy after a year of unprotected intercourse.

Infertility is a common problem,it affects one in every six couples who are trying to conceive. In at least half of all cases of infertility, a male factor is a major or contributing cause. This means that about 10% of all men who are attempting to conceive suffer from infertility.

The specialists in the Hospital for Male Fertility understand your concerns from an emotional perspective as well as the medical one and are here to help. We offer a unique, comprehensive, team approach to diagnosing and treating male infertility to help you achieve your personal goals and dreams for the future. Rapid research advances in the area of male reproduction have brought about dramatic changes in the ability to both diagnose and treat male infertility. The majority of couples suffering from infertility can now be helped to conceive a child on their own.

VARICOCELE is The Most Common & Surgically Correctible cause of Male Infertility.
It does not cause any significant external signs & symptoms, hence many men donot that they suffer from Varicocele. Some men donot wish to accept this ailment.
However, with early detection & treatment, irreversible damage can be prevented & many Infertile Couples can fulfill their dream of having a child.

VAS DEFERENS BLOCKAGE is another common cause of Infertility, it can be cured by Microsurgical Vas-Vas Anastomosis & Vas-Epididymal Anastomosis.

Dr. Tejanshu Shah with experience of more than 25 years, 25000 infertility cases & 2500 Micro surgeries offers:
Microsurgical Varicocelectomy ,
VVA (Vaso-Vasal Anastomosis) ,
VEA (Vaso-Epididymal Anastomosis) .