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Men's Sexual Health & Fertility

It can be challenging to discuss sexual health problems. But it’s important to speak to a doctor about conditions such as erectile dysfunction (ED), low testosterone or infertility. An underlying medical condition may be the cause, and we have treatments that can help you.

At MUSC Health Urology, our sexual health team has special training in men’s sexual health and infertility. You can feel confident that we will understand your concerns and provide compassionate care. Our specialists work with you to develop a safe, effective treatment plan, so you can live a full, active life.

Request an Appointment

To request more information about our men’s sexual health and fertility services or make an appointment, please call 843-792-7888. You can also learn more about MUSC urology, including who’s on our team and where we’re located.

Men’s Sexual Health & Fertility at MUSC Health: Why Choose Us?

Sexual health conditions such as ED, Peyronie’s disease (abnormal curvature of the penis), and infertility can do more than just affect your sex life. They can harm your relationships and self-esteem. At MUSC Health Urology, we diagnose and treat your condition with the most advanced and safest methods to help improve your health and relationships.

At MUSC Health, you’ll benefit from:

  • Collaborative Care: Many sexual health conditions are early warning signs of cardiovascular disease. Our urologists coordinate with MUSC’s experienced Heart & Vascular Center physicians to ensure that you get comprehensive care to address any related conditions.
  • Treatment at One of the Nation’s Best Hospitals: U.S. News & World Report ranks the MUSC Urology Department as one of the nation’s top urology departments.
  • Specialized Expertise: Our men’s sexual health and fertility urologist has fellowship training, having completed additional years of specialized training in the field. This specialized expertise means that we can effectively diagnose and treat a wide range of sexual health conditions for treatment that meets your specific needs.

Treating Men’s Sexual Health Conditions

A healthy sex life is important. Healthy sex means have the desire to have sex and the ability to achieve and maintain an erection long enough for sexual activity.

Medications, illness, stress, and environmental factors can all cause sexual dysfunction. Our providers have years of expertise and use the latest tools and technology for accurate diagnosis and safe, effective treatment. Learn more about men’s sexual health conditions and treatments.

Treating Male Fertility Problems

If you’re trying to grow your family, it can be very distressing if pregnancy doesn’t happen in a timely fashion. If you and your partner have not conceived after a year of trying, you may want to see a fertility specialist.

Male infertility can contribute to about one-half of fertility problems in couples trying to achieve pregnancy, with many of these issues treatable. At MUSC Health, we perform a full medical evaluation, including a semen analysis, to pinpoint the cause of infertility. We then develop a treatment plan to help you and your partner have a baby. Learn more about male infertility and family planning.