You Are Not Alone

Today, 1 in 8 couples has trouble conceiving, and in half of all cases, a male factor is involved.

The good news? You have the power to change the game by making some lifestyle changes or treating a condition you didn’t know you had. That’s where Posterity Health comes in.

Get the facts on male fertility from our experienced reproductive urologists in Denver.

We Meet You Where You Are

Never heard of a semen analysis? That’s okay. Looking for a second opinion? We’ve got you covered.

We make it easy and comfortable

We get you the answers you need from the comfort and privacy of your own home.

Only the best-of-the-best

We have assembled a team of the best male fertility specialists in the world – fertility is all we do.

We’re the only one-stop shop

Get everything you need in one place – in home testing, telehealth evaluations, in-person care and surgical procedures when required.

The Fertility Support You Need, When You Need it

Whether you’re just thinking about starting a family, or you're already working to improve your fertility outlook, you have options. Male fertility conditions may be treated through lifestyle changes, medications, hormonal therapy and in some cases, medical procedures. Our proprietary Male Factor Management PlatformTM helps optimize your fertility.

Male Fertility Playbook: Fertility tips, advice, and education to help you win the game.
Preconception Playbook

Baby dancing isn’t for the weak. We provide you with a playbook designed to educate you on lifestyle and behavioral changes that increase your chances of conception.

Schedule a Baseline Assessment today to get an at-home semen analysis in Denver or anywhere else in the US to get accurate results about your male fertility.
Baseline Assessment

Start with a semen analysis in the privacy and comfort of your own home. Discuss your results with an expert who will outline potential steps you can take to improve your chances of getting pregnant.

Schedule a Baseline Assessment today to get an at-home semen analysis in Denver or anywhere else in the US to get accurate results about your male fertility.
Comprehensive Treatment Plan

Believe it or not, abnormal results are common. We provide personalized treatment and guide you every step of the way.

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL) Consultation
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL) Consultation

The RPL consult is designed to help you if you have either failed multiple IVF cycles at any stage, or have successfully conceived, but suffered through multiple miscarriages.

Second Opinions. Get a second opinion on your male fertility issues and reproductive health.
Second Opinions

Seen someone else? Have your medical records, diagnosis and treatment plan reviewed by one of our world-renowned fertility specialists.

Get the facts on male fertility from our experienced reproductive urologists in Denver.
Vasectomy Reversal Consult

Meet with our fertility experts to determine if it’s advisable to reverse your vasectomy – or, if not, how to best achieve your goal of having a child.

Freeze your sperm with Posterity Health today! Bank your sperm in Denver or across the U.S. with our male fertility experts.
Sperm Cryopreservation Consult

If you’re facing chemotherapy, scheduling a vasectomy, initiating gender reassignment, or simply want to avoid sperm deterioration associated with aging, we can help.

We’re Committed to Serving You

Available for telehealth and in-person appointments.

We’re Here to Help

Not sure where to start? Have a quick question?

Call us for a free 10-minute consultation: 720-666-4739

We Partner with Fertility Centers and OB/GYNs

We work with Fertility Centers and OB/GYNs to incorporate our recommendations with your partner’s plan. We are firm believers in integrated couples care that allows you to holistically determine the best path to parenthood.

Posterity Health: Male Fertility Specialists
Inclusive male fertility doctors, specialists, and reproductive urologists in Denver.

Posterity Health Actively Supports the LGBTQ Community

We individualize your treatment plan to help you achieve your goals.

Our Fertility Partners

Frequently Asked Questions

Is male infertility common?

You are not alone. Among the 1 in 8 couples who are struggling to have a baby, in at least 50% of the cases, there is a male factor involved. Our goal is to improve your male fertility.

Are male fertility issues treatable?

Yes! While not all cases are fully reversible, we complete a comprehensive evaluation to determine the cause of infertility in men. Most cases can be treated to improve the chances of successful conception, even if you have a low sperm count. Now is the time to do a sperm check!

How are male fertility issues treated?

Treatment for each case needs to be individualized, but through medically directed lifestyle changes, supplements, medications to improve sperm count, or surgery, male fertility status can frequently be improved.

Is In Vitro Fertilization the only option for couples with a male fertility issue?

While IVF is an expedient method of conceiving, IVF is costly and not 100% successful. By improving a low sperm count or decreasing the numbers of abnormal sperm, it is possible to “upgrade” the couple to less invasive methods to conceive, for example, Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), or even natural conception. If this is not accomplished, we can increase the chances of having a successful IVF cycle by improving the quality of sperm.

If IVF is required, what can be done to improve the chances of having a successful IVF cycle?

While you are being evaluated by Posterity Health, having your female partner evaluated and treated at a reputable fertility center by a reproductive endocrinologist is an important step. By optimizing the fertility status of the male, we can improve the chances of having a successful IVF cycle.

Do I need to be evaluated if there is an issue with female fertility also?

Yes. Remember, it takes two to tango! By optimizing the sperm counts and decreasing the number of abnormal sperm, the chance of having a successful IVF cycle which results in a pregnancy and birth of a healthy child increases.

Is evaluating the male expensive?

Actually, compared to the cost of evaluating and treating the female, male fertility evaluation and treatment is typically significantly less expensive.