My DH started taking Wellman Conception a few weeks ago. His SA about 6 weeks ago were fine - very high count and motility but low morphology (only 8%)
He did another SA at the private clinic before our IUI last week and although Ive not had the actual numbers the nurse said it was "absolutely fine!". So I took it as an improvement.
Also, the nurse said that lifestyle changes havea huge impact on male sperm quality. My DH also cut down on the alcohol big time and then the Wellman....I think it's worth taking!
my dh had a sa in june after a vasectomy reversal which wasnt great he then started taking well man concieve and had another sa in november which was much better but he had high levels of anti sperm, he carried on taking wellman and we got our bfp on 8/12 so good luck I hope it works for you's x
these are my dh new results from nhs on 9th of november
concentration 64 ml
motility progressive 33 %
non progressive 18%
total number of
sperm per ejaculate 256 m
morphology 5 %
agglutination + small
white blood cells <1 <1m/ml
viscosity 1 1=non viscous, 3=viscous
comment on bottom of test says" good count, borderline motility
and morphology, high levels of anti sperm antibodies tobe
expected after vas+vas reversal"
this test was carried out when sperm was 30 minutes old
looks like your results are even better and we still did it I also use concieve plus gel
My hubby started taking Wellman after his last SA and his morph has gone up from 3% to 4%. Doesn't sound like a massive difference, but it puts him in the normal range according to World Health. He has only been on the vits for 7 weeks and he's due to be retested after a full 12 weeks, so hopefully it will have improved again.
Unfortunately the motility has dropped from 60 to 45%. Anyone know if this is bad? His count is 65 million.
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