Andrology and Male Fertility

  1. Medical Management and Advanced Andrological Procedures:
    • The division offers comprehensive medical management for male reproductive health issues. This includes the use of medications and hormonal therapies. Additionally, advanced andrological procedures are performed to address complex fertility issues, such as sperm abnormalities or male infertility.
  2. Vacuum Erection Device:

    • A vacuum erection device is a non-invasive device used to treat erectile dysfunction. It works by creating a vacuum around the penis, drawing blood into the area, and facilitating an erection. This device can be an effective solution for some individuals with erectile issues.
  3. Electro Ejaculation:

    • Electro ejaculation is a technique used to collect sperm from men who have difficulty ejaculating naturally. It involves the use of electrical stimulation to induce ejaculation, allowing for the retrieval of sperm for fertility treatments.
  4. Penile Traction Device:

    • A penile traction device is a non-surgical option for treating conditions such as Peyronie’s disease or erectile dysfunction. It applies gentle and controlled traction to the penis to address curvature issues or encourage tissue expansion.
  5. Penile Prosthesis Surgery:

    • Description: Penile prosthesis surgery involves the implantation of a device within the penis to treat severe erectile dysfunction. The prosthesis allows for on-demand erections and is an option when other treatments are ineffective.
  6. Penile Intracorporeal Injections:

    • Penile intracorporeal injections involve the use of medications, such as vasodilators, injected directly into the penile tissue to induce an erection. This method is often used when oral medications are not effective.
  7. TESE (Testicular Sperm Extraction), TESA (Testicular Sperm Aspiration), PESA (Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration), etc.:

    • These procedures are sperm retrieval techniques used for assisted reproductive technologies. TESE involves extracting sperm directly from testicular tissue, TESA from the testicles, and PESA from the epididymis. These procedures are especially useful in cases of male infertility where sperm production or transport is impaired.