Artificial insemination, also known as intrauterine insemination, is an infertility treatment option for men with low sperm counts or semen abnormalities. It can also be recommended for women with endometriosis or abnormalities with their reproductive organs. Our andrology services include sperm preparation for this kind of treatment, working in tandem with the Utah Center for Reproductive Medicine.

diagnostic testing

University of Utah Health andrology services provides a large number of diagnostic tests to help couples determine which infertility treatment is the best option for them. These procedures include semen analysis, sperm penetration assay, anti-sperm antibody testing, strict criteria morphology, retrograde analysis, and the sperm chromatin integrity test. For an evaluation of the best options for you, make an appointment with our specialists today.


Offered at the Utah Center for Reproductive Medicine, IVF or in-vitro fertilization treatment is one of the most successful techniques for couples wishing to treat infertility issues. Our andrology specialists provide the testing and analysis necessary to help you successfully navigate the IVF process from start to finish.

storing sperm

Sperm freezing, or cryopreservation, is a service we offer for men who would like to preserve sperm in a sperm bank for use in the future. Sperm stored this way can be used in fertility treatments like intra uterine insemination or in-vitro fertilization. Learn more about how our andrology specialists perform cryopreservation and storage.

Surgeon performing surgery

The infertility treatment offered by our specialists include surgical services in addition to a vasectomy reversal. These are microsurgical testicular sperm extraction (TESE), TESE, and varicocelectomy. Learn more about these minimally invasive surgical options.

vasectomy reversal

For men who have would like to become fertile again, a vasectomy reversal can be a much less expensive treatment option than in-vitro fertilization or other reproductive procedures. Our specialists here at University of Utah Health can help you evaluate the best options working with a previous vasectomy and your current goals.