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Dr. Goldstein - Save Your Sperm: 8 Tips to Keep Your Swimmers Strong

With all the focus on female fertility, we seem to forget that half the time — yes, 50 percent — it's the sperm that's to blame. But good news: There's a lot you can do to keep your swimmers strong and healthy. Here's where to start.

1. She has a gynecologist. Why don't you have a urologist?

Importance of Male Infertility Microsurgery Training - Cornell Experience

*This video was directed and edited by Philip S. Li, Filipe Neto and won the Honorable Mentioned Award at 2016 ASRM meeting in Salt Lake City

Filipe. Neto, Benjamin Stone, Phil V. Bach, B. B. Najari, Miriam Feliciano, Philip S. Li, Peter N. Schlegel, Marc Goldstein

Department of Urology, Center for Male Reproductive Medicine and Microsurgery, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York Presbyterian, New York, NY

Dr. Marc Goldstein Named 2016 Distinguished Surgeon

Dr. Marc Goldstein, the director of the Weill Cornell Medicine Center for Male Reproductive Medicine and Microsurgery, has been awarded the 2016 Distinguished Surgeon Award from the Society of Reproductive Surgeons.

The award recognizes Dr. Goldstein’s academic, clinical and research achievements in reproductive medicine, as well as his contributions to the field, according to the professional organization, which is part of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. 

Male Infertility - Symptoms & Evaluation

Fertility History

A fertility evaluation is often pursued in couples who have not been able to conceive for a period of 6-12 months of unprotected intercourse. A fertility evaluation may be appropriate sooner than this when the couple is considered to be at higher risk for subfertility or infertility: when the female partner is over age 35; when there has been a history of infertility in a prior relationship; or when there are other risk factors which may cause fertility problems (e.g. cryptorchidism, testicular neoplasm, chemotherapy, radiation therapy).

Male Infertility - Risks & Causes

The human male reproductive system includes hormonal and structural components. These components include the hypothalamic-pituitary-testis axis as well as the epididymis, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate and urethra. Production of spermatozoa requires approximately 3 months from the initial duplication of stem cells that are supposed to develop into sperm, through mitotic divisions and the myriad changes that modify sperm, preparing them for ejaculation and fertilization.

Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery Fellowship

We offer a fellowship in male reproductive medicine and surgery, including sexual medicine. This is a two-year fellowship, consisting of 18 months of training in infertility and 6 months of training in erectile dysfunction. The fellowship is a combination of basic science research and clinical activities at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medicine, Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and the Population Council, Center for Biomedical Research at Rockefeller University.

The Iris Cantor Men’s Health Center

Appointments: (646) 962-4811

The Iris Cantor Men's Health Center offers a complete and comprehensive array of healthcare services for men at a single clinical location in New York City. The objective of the Center is to provide an integrated, one-stop medical experience for men's healthcare. This center provides comprehensive care under specialties including Preventative Medicine, Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Cardiology, Urology, Rehabilitation Medicine, Nutrition, Plastic Surgery, and Clinical Genetics.

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