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Male Fertility Clinics in Arizona

About Arizona male fertility clinics

Known for its beautiful deserts, mountain ranges, and of course, its canyons, Arizona has a population of just over 7 million people. It’s the 14th most populous state in the country, but it doesn’t have a very high concentration of male fertility clinics. Most of its male fertility clinics are located in Phoenix and the nearby cities of Glendale, Scottsdale, and Mesa.

Deciding to consult a male fertility specialist can be a daunting experience, especially if you’ve never met with one before. Legacy is here to guide you in your journey. We’ll help you understand exactly when a visit to a male fertility clinic is required, and locate a qualified male fertility specialist closest to you in Arizona.

What do male fertility urologists specialize in?

Male fertility urologists specialize in diagnosing and treating genito-urinary tract conditions. Some of the most common conditions urologists diagnose and treat include male-factor infertility, erectile dysfunction (ED), Peyronie's disease, urinary tract diseases, incontinence, varicoceles, and low testosterone and other hormonal issues.

A male fertility urologist is also responsible for performing select micro-surgeries. A urologist can perform procedures including vasectomies, vasectomy reversals, penile prosthesis procedures, and sperm retrievals. Legacy knows that it may not always be clear when you should consult with a fertility specialist, but we're here to help you take your fertility into your own hands.

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Male fertility factors specific to Arizona

Male fertility is impacted by a number of factors, from lifestyle choices to environmental factors.

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Environmental health


Temperature health

A motile sperm count of 20 million sperm or more is considered normal. According to recent Legacy data from over 3,000 semen analyses, the average total motile sperm count in Arizona is 47.8 million sperm, and Arizona ranks 38th in the country for sperm health.
Being exposed to pollutants, toxins, or endocrine-disrupting chemicals may have an adverse effect on male fertility. Arizona ranks as the 30th most polluted state in the US. Consequently, Arizona residents are at a slightly lower risk of experiencing male-factor infertility caused by environmental factors.
Warmer climates with higher annual temperatures are associated with lower sperm production. Arizona is the 8th warmest state in the United States, with an average annual temperature of 62.3°F. Because of its warmer temperatures, Arizona residents are more likely to experience temperature-related fertility issues.

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Before you go to a male fertility urology clinic: test your sperm

Before you visit a male fertility clinic in Arizona, it’s recommended that you get the results from a semen analysis (SA), offering you a comprehensive understanding of your fertility. A semen analysis is also instrumental if you’re currently trying to conceive or are considering freezing your sperm.

Sperm testing kits from Legacy provide a clinic-grade semen analysis for $395 that you can use in the comfort of your own home. Additionally, unlike some traditional sperm testing, you don’t need a doctor’s prescription or a prior medical consultation. You can have our at-home kits delivered to your doorstep in as little as two days, and semen analysis report will be ready two days after your sample has been collected.

Why choose at-home testing with Legacy?

The most scientifically advanced at-home sperm testing kit on the market.

We test for all the key male fertility factors: sperm count and concentration, sperm motility, and sperm morphology. Plus, we offer the only easy mail-in sperm DNA fragmentation kit to give you a deeper understanding of your fertility. There are very few specialty labs that perform sperm DNA fragmentation analysis in Arizona — Legacy offers an alternative option for easy at-home sperm testing, including DNA fragmentation testing.

Personalized, easy-to-understand report and the option to schedule an appointment with a specialist. You’ll receive a digital report including your results and individualized recommendations to improve sperm health, based on self-reported lifestyle factors. You also have the opportunity to discuss your results with a male fertility urologist or nurse.

Clinic-grade analysis at a CLIA-certified laboratory. Legacy’s kits use a proven transport medium to protect your sperm during overnight shipping to our lab. Upon arrival, your sample will receive a comprehensive, clinic-grade analysis.

The option to freeze your sperm. Sperm freezing can be performed at in-person male fertility clinics in Arizona. However, Legacy’s at-home sperm freezing option makes it easier and more affordable — your sperm sample can be kept in multi-site cryogenic storage for as long as you need, starting at less than $150 per year.

Our kit is available in all 50 states. That includes Arizona! We’re the first at-home male fertility testing company to be covered by major insurance plans in some states. 

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Discounts for military & veterans:

We offer discounts for active duty members of the military as well as Arizona-based veterans. To explore your options for discounts and payment, contact us.

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Frequently asked questions

What does a male fertility urologist in Arizona treat?

In Arizona, male fertility urologists identify and treat a range of fertility and hormone-related issues. Conditions such as low sperm count, erectile dysfunction (ED), kidney stones, and low testosterone are some of the most commonly treated examples. Male fertility specialists also perform a selection of microsurgeries, including vasectomies and sperm extractions.

What is a male fertility urologist?

Male fertility urologists are medical professionals specializing in diagnosing and treating ailments related to the genito-urinary tract. For male patients, urologists treat issues that pertain to the prostate, male fertility, and the reproductive system, as well as the urinary system. In contrast, for female patients, a urologist is typically more focused on conditions affecting the ureter, urethra, bladder, or kidneys.

Do male fertility doctors do vasectomies in Arizona?

Yes. Male fertility doctors in Arizona are responsible for performing a variety of minimally invasive procedures. Vasectomies and vasectomy reversals are some of the most common procedures among them.

Do male fertility doctors perform surgeries in Arizona?

Male fertility doctors in Arizona are tasked with performing a host of minimally invasive surgeries. Among the most common of these microsurgeries performed by fertility doctors are vasectomies and vasectomy reversals. However, vasectomy reversals are not always successful.

Do fertility doctors also treat females?

They certainly do. Fertility doctors, also known as reproductive endocrinologists, are responsible for diagnosing and treating female patients. Reproductive endocrinologists will diagnose and treat female fertility and the reproductive system, while urologists will focus on urinary tract conditions and treat specific issues relating to the bladder, urethra, ureter, and kidneys.

Do male fertility doctors treat erectile dysfunction (ED)?

Yes. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a very common issue frequently treated by male fertility doctors in Arizona.

Do male fertility doctors treat low testosterone?

Male fertility doctors diagnose and treat a range of hormonal conditions, including low testosterone. Typically, a male fertility doctor will order a hormone blood test to ascertain a patient’s hormone levels before setting a treatment plan.

How much does seeing a male fertility specialist cost in Arizona?

Without insurance, the cost of a traditional fertility consultation and a semen analysis at a clinic can be upwards of $600. Alternatively, Legacy offers testing kits for a cost of $395. You can order these tests, receive them within a matter of days, and complete them from the comfort of your own home. Additionally, you’ll receive results within two days after your sample has been collected.

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