Fertility Treatments & Procedures
MVR (Microscopic Vasectomy Reversal) Under high-powered magnification, the vas deferens is surgically repaired. But restoring fertility to men who have previously undergone vasectomy also requires much more delicate microsurgery to bypass secondary epididymal blockage found in 80% of vasectomized men.
Tubal Ligation Reversal For women who have previously undergone tubal ligation, we can also restore their fertility with a small incision and only one day in the hospital.
Sperm Aspiration for ICSI Sperm retrieval directly from the testicle or epididymis essentially eliminates male infertility.
Success rates for microsurgical procedures depend very much on the skill and expertise of the surgeon who performs them.
Dr. Silber explains vasectomy reversal — what works, what doesn’t work, and why.
More treatments links:
First with identical twins, now with non-identical sisters. Using the same technique to freeze the ovary before cancer treatment, we can hold your biological clock so you can have children at a later time. Click the links below to learn more about ovary transplantation.
Click Here for Treating Infertility brochure page.
Click Here for Beating Your Biological Clock brochure page.
Some words on treatments by Dr. Silber:
- Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART)’s position on the misleading advertising of some clinics
- Millennium Update: Future Trends in Human Infertility and Infertility Treatment
- Comparing Microscopic Vasectomy Reversal vs. Sperm Retrieval and ICSI – Dr. Silber’s conclusions
- “What’s New in Infertility”, a pamphlet by Dr. Silber
- Dr. Silber’s Book “How to Get Pregnant” – Preface: The Infertility Epidemic
- ICSI today: a personal review, a scientific overview of ICSI by Dr. Silber
- Blastocyst Culture – Dr. Silber’s comments
- Ineffective Female Infertility Tests Some commonly administered, but ineffective tests which you should be aware of.