Electroejaculation as a method of fertility preservation in boys diagnosed with cancer A single center experience and review of the literature

Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Semen cryopreservation is an option to preserve fertility and should be offered to all pubertal boys diagnosed with cancer. If masturbation fails, electroejaculation can be considered as a useful option for semen cryopreservation.

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Electroejaculation in psychogenic anejaculation

Sunday, June 1, 2014
Electroejaculation is a suitable and effective treatment that can be used in men with psychogenic anejaculation. The retrieved semen can be used successfully in ART treatment.

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Outcomes of operative sperm retrieval strategies for fertility preservation among males scheduled to undergo cancer treatment

Thursday, February 20, 2014
Electroejaculation and testicular sperm extraction led to successful sperm retrieval in 60% of adolescents and teenagers and 59% of adult men seeking fertility preservation before cancer therapy.

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Fresh semen quality in ejaculates produced by nocturnal emission in men with idiopathic anejaculation

Thursday, October 31, 2013
Sperm motility and normal morphology were higher in idiopathic anejaculation patients who collected their sperm by nocturnal emissions than in those who collected their sperm by penile vibratory stimulation or electroejaculation.

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The management of retrograde ejaculation: a systematic review and update

Thursday, May 24, 2012
This up-to-date systematic review demonstrates that several treatments for retrograde ejaculation exist but further research is needed to allow comparison between treatment methods.

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Electroejaculation combined with intracytoplasmic sperm injection in patients with psychogenic anejaculation yields comparable results to patients with spinal cord injuries

Friday, May 4, 2012
The combination of EEJ and ICSI gives adequate results for couples with anejaculation due to psychogenic etiology or spinal cord injury. Sperm retrieved by EEJ is characterized by asthenospermia and normal count.

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