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Micro-dissection Sperm Retrieval In London

Micro-dissection sperm retrieval is performed if male patients experience a lack of sperm in the semen.

The procedure can improve the sperm count in semen and enable patients to become more fertile.

However, releasing the sperm in semen can be difficult.

Consequently, practitioners use micro-dissection sperm retrieval to locate sperm while attempting to reduce any damage to the testicles.

Prior to the procedure

Male patients will undergo a consultation with their doctor to determine if a micro-dissection sperm retrieval procedure can improve their fertility.

Doctors will take into account a patient’s sperm count and the fertility levels of the semen first.

In addition, doctors will determine if a patient is capable of undergoing the micro-dissection sperm retrieval procedure itself.

Patients will be evaluated using genetic testing and a hormone profile will be completed.

What does the procedure involve?

Patients will be placed under general anaesthetic.

Two precise incisions will be made on the scrotum.

The surgeon will then make incisions into each testicle.

The tubes that contain sperm will then be looked at under a microscope.

An embryologist will be a part of the micro-dissection sperm retrieval procedure, to determine if sperm can be extracted from the tubes.

Recovery after the procedure

Like any surgery, infection is a possibility when undergoing a micro-dissection sperm retrieval procedure.

Following the surgery, patients will feel soreness, swelling, and possible bruising to the scrotum.

Patients may take over the counter painkillers during the recovery process.

In addition, applying ice to reduce the swelling can provide pain relief.

Men who undergo the micro-dissection sperm retrieval procedure should speak with their doctor about possible pain relief medication.

They should also refrain from any physical work or activities following a micro-dissection sperm retrieval procedure.

Participating in physical work or activities can cause further injury and issues to the groin area.

About Andrologist Mr Suks Minhas

Mr Suks Minhas is a Consultant Urologist and Andrologist at the Imperial College London.

He is a recipient of the prestigious Karl Storz Telescope, an award given to specialists in British Urology.

Similarly, Mr Minhas is recognised as a key international opinion leader in his field.

Consequently, he has been consistently voted one of the top private doctors in the UK by Tatler.

Get in touch

Do you have any questions or would like to make an appointment?

If so, simply contact Mr Suks Minhas to see how he can help by calling the surgery on +44 (0) 20 7224 5089.

Alternatively, send the surgery an email by getting in touch with either Joanna Milton or Lorraine Dawkins.