Oliver Wiseman

MA FRCS (Urol)

Consultant Urologist

Mr Oliver Wiseman qualified in Cambridge and following basic surgical training, he undertook a period of research with Professor Clare Fowler at Queens Square. He then underwent specialist training in urology on the North London rotation, including at Guys Hospital and UCLH (“The Institute of Urology”).

Oliver is experienced in the management of male infertility, and works together with the Bourn Hall team, to offer men with fertility problems appropriate treatment. He has run many national training courses teaching other urologists how to perform surgery for patients with renal stones, and is regularly invited to teach at conferences nationally and internationally on both kidney stones and male factor infertility.

He is a member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) and has written articles for GP journals, and chapters in text books and he is actively involved in training medical students in Cambridge and urology registrars on rotation in the East of England.

Mr Oliver Wiseman says: “In 50% of cases, there is a male factor contributing to fertility problems, so early assessment of the male side is important, and that can be done with a semen analysis. If there are abnormalities in a semen analysis, it is important that these patients are seen by a male infertility specialist, because there may be things we can diagnose or advise that will improve sperm count.”