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Urologists in Arizona

Male fertility urologists in Arizona

Arizona urology clinics

Home to the Grand Canyon, one of the natural wonders of the world, Arizona is full of breathtaking vistas. It is also the 14th most populous state in the country. However, despite its over seven million residents, it’s only sparsely serviced by male urologist specialists with a urology clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Seeking help from a urologist for the first time is a big decision, but Legacy is here to guide you through the process. We’re experts in identifying when you need to see a urologist and helping you find local urologist clinics in your area for the care you need.

What do male fertility urologists specialize in?

Male fertility urologists are highly trained healthcare professionals offering a range of services. Urologists treat varied male sexual health issues, including erectile dysfunction (ED), hormonal disorders, and issues relating to general sexual function. A fertility urologist also offers male fertility testing and treatment and sperm retrieval procedures. Additionally, fertility urologists perform microsurgeries, including vasectomies and vasectomy reversals.

We know that when you're seeking out a male fertility urologist for the first time, you're bound to have lots of questions. Our team of dedicated male fertility specialists can help you answer all of them, and can also provide in-depth guidance throughout your journey. Our specialists take a tailored approach based on your family-building plan and semen analysis.

Top recommended urologists in Arizona

James Daitch, MD
(Urologist Specialist)
602-222-1900
Arizona Urology Specialists 20401 N 73rd St Ste 105
Scottsdale, AZ
85255

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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Sperm health

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Environmental health

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Temperature health

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According to Legacy data from over 3,000 semen analyses, the average total motile sperm count for a male patient in Arizona is 47.8 million sperm. A motile sperm count of 20 million or more is considered normal. Arizona ranks 38th in the United States in terms of sperm health.
Exposure to pollutants, toxins, or endocrine-disrupting chemicals where you live can have an effect on male fertility. Arizona’s overall pollution levels rank near the middle as far as countrywide trends go. Arizona is the 30th most polluted state in the United States; therefore, Arizonans have a below-average likelihood of experiencing male-factor infertility due to environmental factors.
Warmer climates and higher year-round temperatures can negatively affect male fertility and sperm production. The annual average temperature in Arizona is 65.97ºF, making it the sixth hottest state in the country. As a result, Arizona residents have a greater risk of temperature-related fertility issues.

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

Before planning a visit to a male fertility urologist in Arizona, we recommend that you test your sperm to gain an up-to-date picture of your own fertility and overall health. Having results from a sperm test is especially helpful if you're trying to conceive or you're planning on freezing your sperm.

For $295, you can order a Legacy testing kit, allowing you to test your sperm from the comfort of your own home without a doctor’s prescription or medical consultation. Our at-home sperm kits can be delivered to your address in Arizona in as little as two business days. Your clinic-grade semen analysis will then be ready in two days after your sample has been collected. 

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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 $100 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 is a urologist?

A urologist is a medical practitioner that specializes in treating conditions that affect the genito-urinary tract in both male and female patients. Urologist specialists diagnose and treat various disorders that affect the male reproductive system and male fertility. On the other hand, for female patients, treatment from a urologist typically focuses on the bladder, kidneys, ureter, and urethra.

What does a urologist in Arizona treat?

Urologists in Arizona are responsible for diagnosing and treating a range of conditions that may include male-factor infertility, erectile dysfunction (ED), hypogonadism (testosterone deficiency), varicoceles, and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Urologists are also responsible for performing certain microsurgeries. Some of the most common microsurgeries a urologist performs include vasectomies, vasectomy reversals, and sperm retrievals.

Do urologists do vasectomies in Arizona?

Yes. Male fertility urologists in Arizona frequently perform vasectomies and vasectomy reversals. Note that vasectomy reversals are not always successful.

Do urologists perform surgeries in Arizona?

Urologists in Arizona specialize in performing a number of minimally invasive procedures. Some common procedures include sperm retrievals, vasectomies, and vasectomy reversals.

Do urologists treat females?

Yes. Urologists also treat female patients. Urologists who treat female patients are highly trained at diagnosing and treating ailments relating to the kidneys, urethra, ureter, or bladder.

Do urologists treat erectile dysfunction (ED)?

Yes. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is one of the most commonly diagnosed and treated disorders relating to male fertility. ED is a widespread concern that can impact male fertility in a variety of ways. Fortunately, it is often treatable.

Do urologists treat low testosterone?

Male fertility urologists treat a variety of hormone-related disorders, including low testosterone. Typically, a urologist will conduct a hormone blood test to diagnose low testosterone levels.

How much does seeing a urologist cost in Arizona?

The cost of a visit to a local urologist in Arizona will depend on your individual insurance coverage, but many insurance plans don’t cover fertility testing. Typically, traditional semen analyses cost $250 or more, and often require a doctor’s appointment or fertility consultation beforehand. Legacy’s at-home sperm testing kit costs only $295 and offers a comprehensive clinic-grade analysis of your sperm’s morphology, concentration, motility, and overall sperm count.

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