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The Issue of Male Factor Infertility

Our leading fertility center in Kansas City highlights the issue of male factor infertility

Just as mothers are appreciated in May, dads receive accolades on Father’s Day, celebrated the third Sunday in June. At Midwest Reproductive Center, Dr. Dan Gehlbach recognizes how trying this holiday can be for men and their partners when they have been unable to create or expand their families.

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Resetting the Shot Clock: Male Age and Infertility

The Male Biological Clock: Fact of Fiction?

This month, March Madness teams take to the basketball court. Dr. Dan Gehlbach graduated from the University of Kansas medical school, and supports the Kansas Jayhawks on their Road to the Final Four. As we watch exciting finishes—many that come down to the buzzer—we want to remind future fathers to watch the clock,

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Learn about Sperm: Take this Short Male Infertility Quiz

Dr. Dan Gehlbach knows the male reproductive tract. As a reproductive endocrinologist in Olathe, Kansas, Dr. Gehlbach sees men and women having trouble getting pregnant. Half the time, infertility is caused by male factors, so Dr. Gehlbach will recommend semen analysis.

Most people don’t think about the inner workings of their reproductive organs,

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Play it Cool this Summer for Optimal Sperm Health

Forecasters expect temperatures in the Kansas City area to hit 100 this week. That’s not ideal for Dr. Dan Gehlbach’s fertility patients.  He advises his male clients to stay cool while trying to conceive a baby.

Occasional summertime visits to the pool or lake will not impact your chances for pregnancy, but long-term exposure to high heat can make a difference.

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IVF and Male Infertility: A Plan B for Getting Pregnant

Male factor infertility can cause anxiety, embarrassment and discomfort, but an action-oriented process can help you move quickly from trying to conceive to succeeding. Dr. Dan Gehlbach and the team at Midwest Reproductive Center routinely see couples overcome male infertility after tests reveal the cause.

Male fertility tests start with semen analysis.

A new over-the-counter product called SpermCheck Fertility can verify whether your sperm count is over 20 million,

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