Male Infertility

A male factor is solely responsible in about 20% of infertile couples and contributory in another 30-40%. The SSMR is dedicated to the study and advancement of male infertility causes, diagnosis, and treatment.

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Benefits of Membership

The SSMR offers exclusive benefits to members designed to support career growth and leadership in the field of male infertility. Learn more about membership and apply today!

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Fertility & Cancer

Cancer, and its treatment, may affect your ability to father children. Learn more about fertility options for men before and after cancer treatment.

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Meetings

Mark Your Calendars!
The SSMR Annual Meeting at the AUA will be in Sunday, May 8, 2016 in San Diego, CA!

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News & Events

Stay Connected with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Zika Virus Updates

Posted: 03/15/2017
Stay Connected with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Zika Virus Updates Read ...

From a Mosquito Bite to a Congenital Malformation; What Future Fathers Should know in the Era of Zika Virus?

Posted: 02/06/2017
Zika virus was initially identified in 1947 in the Zika forest of Uganda, accidentally during a yellow fever research investigation (Dick, Kitchen ...

2017 SSMR Annual Banquet

Posted: 01/09/2017
You are invited to attend the 2017 SSMR Annual Banquet!Sunday, May 14, 2017 Tavern Road Restaurant 343 Congress Stree...

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  • Excellent scientific programs with continuing medical education on current and controversial issues of a scientific and ethical nature.
  • Networking opportunities with SSMR members and other experts in the field of sexual medicine and related topics through meetings and an annual banquet.
  • Exclusive listing on the SSMR "Find a Doc" page of the SSMR website.

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For Patients

You’re not alone. The SSMR offers a network of specialists, support services, and information to help you on your path to fertility.

Vasectomy Reversal

Vasectomy Reversal is surgery to reconnect the vas deferens, the tubular structure that transports sperm, after a vasectomy has been performed. This procedure helps to restore a couple’s ability to conceive naturally. Success rates are dependent upon the numbers of years since the vasectomy was performed. Pregnancy rates range from 30 – 76% depending on the vasectomy time interval and other key factors. There is no interval of time after which a vasectomy cannot successfully be reversed. This operation should be performed only by urologists who are qualified and specifically trained in microsurgery.

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Member Bulletin

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