Men’s Fertility Center of Austin is a premier provider of advanced male fertility care in Austin, Texas. Although the female partner in a couple often receives the most attention when it comes to fertility difficulties, the male partner can have abnormalities that contribute to infertility in over 40% of couples.
We believe that a patient’s fertility potential can offer insight into overall health and that overall health plays a major part in determining one’s fertility.
The Men’s Fertility Center of Austin employs a unique approach to male fertility concerns. We believe that a patient’s fertility potential can offer insight into overall health and that overall health plays a major part in determining one’s fertility. This feeds our belief that a patient’s health should be looked at as a whole when they are present for a fertility evaluation rather than just the semen analysis or lab report alone.
You will find that an evaluation with The Men’s Fertility Center of Austin goes above and beyond that of most urologists and fertility specialists. We will perform advanced metabolic testing, as well as hormonal and genetic testing. Our specialists will also work to assist in correcting medical issues that range from obesity to pre-diabetes when necessary.
We believe that focusing only on testicular function and semen analysis misses a greater opportunity to positively impact a man’s overall health, as well as the opportunity to find ways to improve semen function which allows a man to conceive as naturally as possible. At The Men’s Fertility Center of Austin, we wish to be honest about factors that may impact chances of conceiving and aggressively utilize advanced reproductive techniques when necessary.
Dr. Mistry is a Texas native having grown up in the Houston suburb of Sugar Land. He went to college at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, where he earned a degree in Chemical Engineering.
He received his medical degree and completed his residency in Adult and Pediatric Urology. He was awarded a prestigious Howard Hughes Research Fellowship to conduct basic science research in prostate cancer.
He founded this practice in 2007 and is an expert in robotic surgery, prostate cancer, male fertility and vasectomy.
Dr. Mistry is married and has six wonderful children.