So now hubby's scan was fine, what's happening for you now?
He still has a low count doesn't he x
yep still low count around 7mill i think and low in other areas, dont have the numbers so not sure how low. he only had 2 SA done and both before he started taking conception vitamins etc, so still have hope they may go up?
just have to wait until appointment in march to see results of his bloods and what happens next, more waiting!
I'm in the same boat. We've been TTC for just over 2 years. I've been thru test after test as we thought hubby was all clear (he's managed to conceive twice before with previous partner) but after everything came back normal (saying that, i havent has a hsg yet!) he went on to have his SA and we were shocked to say the least that it came back extremely poorly. I haven't got the whole report but was told he had 3 million sperm but with an average motility. But still..3 million!!! Been so upset about this but he's been doing what he can...cut down drink, supplements, exercise, healthy eating etc. He is due for another SA in feb. They also found a varicole in his testi's but we are waiting for next appointment to find out where to go from here. Does anyone know if surgery can help things? Not sure what the procedure is like?
I guess we are going down the whole IVF route if surgery is ruled out. Which I'm finding extremely terrifying! Not to mention fed up waiting around on the NHS...
So yes, you aren't alone. Best of luck to all you ladies
I know exactly how you feeling, my hubby's count is less than 1 million, when we were told that, doctor said ivf straight away and I just bust into tears, it's a lot to take in.
The changes of his count improving with supplements is not good, because it still wouldn't be good enough.
Men with 10-15 mil are still told its too low.
He has another SA booked for this Tuesday, and unlike the last time, he will be emailed the results by his doctor. Last time we waited 3 moths for results!
I'm not sure about the surgery to be honest. That wasn't an option we were told. I'm having a hsg wednesday and go back to hospital end of feb.
Everything is a waiting game. We will find out more in feb and how long we could be waiting.
Just to let you know my hubby had mumps when he was 18 he is now 48 and as a result of that he produces no sperm at all naturally ! He undertook pesa operation and we ow have about 5straws which contain 6millon sperm !
Currently awaiting for my embryos to be out back on day 2 after egg retrieval ! We had 10 eggs retrieved of which 4 were fertilised.
Will be having them back either tommorow or Wednesday praying for a miracle and that we have no snow!
Just to say best of luck to you! We are on 2 ww we had all scans done at trumping ton as we live Newmarket and egg retrieval and embryos transferred Monday at Oxford highly recommended just to give you an idea! Good luck on your journey love Zoe xxx
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