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    How Sperm Mapping Can Help Sterile Men Become Dads

    "I was told I'm sterile" my patient said in disbelief. "Does it really mean there's no hope for me?" This is a question I hear every

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    Becoming a Dad After 40? Know the Risks

    Assessing a patient’s tolerance for risk is important for any physician, and especially for surgeons, who take knives to things. Although ...

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    Vasectomy Reversal: Why You Need the Right Surgeon

    Every year, one out of every 20 men who have had a vasectomy change their minds and want a reversal to restore their fertility. Sometimes ...

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    After a Vasectomy: 6 Steps to Take

    After your vasectomy, what you do – or don't do – can mean the difference between a quick, painless recovery and a sore, miserable ...

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    When to See a Urologist

    Jim, a 48 year old cop, went to his primary care doctor because he saw blood in his urine after a vigorous work-out. At the time of his ...

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  • Paul Turek, MD, FACS

    Paul Turek, MD, FACS

    Paul Turek, MD, FACS, is founder of The Turek Clinics, providing state of the art medical treatment to men worldwide. Yale- and Stanford-trained, Dr. Turek has pioneered male fertility techniques including testicular mapping and sperm retrieval and has popularized the no-scalpel vasectomy. To read more from Dr. Turek, visit his award-winning blog.

  • Sheldon Marks, MD

    Sheldon Marks, MD

    Sheldon Marks, MD, is director of the International Center for Vasectomy Reversal in Tucson, one of the leading specialty centers in the world. Dr. Marks is a best-selling author and frequently teaches other urologists about advances and techniques with vasectomy reversals. He has been writing for WebMD since 2005.