Penile prosthesis is an option for men with erectile dysfunction who have not been successful with medical therapy including oral and injectable medications.
Men with low (<5 million sperm/ml) or no sperm in the ejaculate without blockage require genetic workup to examine changes in chromosomes or genes.
Mobile devices and laptops may affect male fertility. Learn more about the research which indicates that common devices could be harming your sperm.
Did you know?
Being overweight or obese could have a negative effect on a man’s fertility and sexual health.
The microsurgical multi-layer approach to vasectomy reversal involves 4 layers of stitches on the vas deferens: the gold-standard for reversal of vasectomy. Varicoceles cause increased heat around the testis, harming sperm and testosterone production for men. Click to learn more.
The choice of lubricant for sexual intercourse is important for fertility! See recent Everyday Health article citing Dr. Wosnitzer.
Learn more about genetics of male infertility and non-obstructive azoospermia with this recently published research article in PLOS One by Dr. Wosnitzer.
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Welcome to the Center for Male Health and Reproduction of Connecticut. We are pleased to provide expert and compassionate care for vasectomy reversal and other male infertility and men’s health issues. CMHR offers gold-standard procedures based on the extensive publications and texts which Dr. Wosnitzer has authored for microsurgical vasectomy reversal including vasovasostomy, vasoepidymostomy, and other microsurgical procedures for male infertility. Dr. Wosnitzer will provide all background information on your condition, and create a customized treatment plan for infertility or sexual dysfunction issues.
Our Center welcomes patients from Connecticut, throughout the United States and abroad with convenient options for consultation in person, by phone, or by teleconference. Call today to learn more from our team.