About Mr Jonathan Ramsay
Mr Jonathan Ramsay is a Consultant Urologist specialising in male fertility investigation and treatment. Jonathan works closely with men of all ages and particularly supports their health and well-being on their fertility journey. His role as a urologist working in fertility care makes him unique; he is one of just a few in the country.
Jonathan believes human fertility encompasses biology, emotion and psychology, and that it's really important that he supports his patients across all these fronts where possible.
Changing the face of male fertility
With over 30 years’ experience, Mr Ramsay has helped to change the way that couple’s fertility is investigated and treated. For years, fertility clinics focused on helping only the women, whereas Mr Ramsay works on the fact that 50% of all infertility causes are caused by male factor and therefore must be equally investigated.
It is important that men are supported throughout their fertility journey, as there is so much that can be done to help the man and improve a man's fertility.
Without careful support and investigation sometimes, the man can be left feeling abandoned and helpless.
Although there are common conditions, it's really important to work with you as an individual, assessing your personal journey to date and your goals for the future.
I help my patients to understand a diagnosis they may have received and then support them through a tailored treatment process.
Often this is linked to achieving a natural pregnancy or undergoing IVF, when the effective contribution of both parties really is necessary for a successful outcome.
My recommendation for those who have been trying for a baby for six months, is that you should at least get a semen analysis done. This is the most simple fertility test to do and can save you many more months of trying to conceive. This becomes especially relevant when the female partner is over the age of 35 and it is equally important that the semen analysis itself is of a high-quality and follows WHO standards. Only in this way can an accurate diagnosis of a man's fertility be given.
Ultimately, the sooner we can look into the male factor the better - we commonly see several different situations which are usually amenable to investigation which often leads to treatment. The key is diagnosis - it may save you a lot of time and money, so please do get in touch!
A team like no other
Mr Ramsay works with a team of specialist in male and couple’s fertility to ensure that each patient receives the best possible care.
Male fertility urologist
His exceptional experience in treating male infertility has given him an international reputation as a leader in this field.
Mr Ramsay specialises in treating men, both surgically and medically, that suffer from conditions such as azoospermia, oligospermia, ejaculatory disorders and varicocele, which can all lead to reduced quality of sperm.
Outstanding care in London & Beaconsfield
World class male fertility care at leading private clinics.
Mr Ramsay has been a pioneer in the development of treatments for many aspects of male infertility, including sperm mapping and sperm retrieval. He is widely regarded as a UK leading expert.TREATMENTS
Irish couple share their incredible journey to parenthood
When Gareth Landy and his wife Anna started considering having a family, they could never have imagined the diagnosis they would receive and the long road it would lead them on. Listen to their story here on Dermot & Dave's Today FM podcast.
Male Factor - Limitations of Semen Analysis Presentation
January 2021 saw me take part in a Lecture Series with the Royal Society of Medicine. Here's the full video (45 minutes)
The screen grab from the video was one made automatically - although it can prove a point!
Fertility (in) Focus
I recently edited a Fertility Focus supplement for Urology News. An incredibly insightful supplement, I am sure that it will be of great interest to a number of our patients.
The authoritative reviews are all about enhancing and preserving male fertility and seeks to help patients to understand, and maybe to accept more easily, a difficult diagnosis.
Is male infertility on the increase? Probably, and male factors (especially in unexplained infertility) are more frequently recognised as the cause of a couple's infertility.
Although there are common conditions, it's really important to work with you as an individual, assessing your personal journey to date and your goals for the future.Watch the video here
Mr Ramsay writes a regular blog about matters relating to male fertility, stay up to date with Mr Ramsay here.