I was searching for morphology issues online and came across this group
My hubby had low morphology in the last two tests he did but now after a few months his test shows abnormal sperm % 5
Does that mean miraculously he now has 95% normal sperm!?
He did take supplements and went for accupuncture but that's a very very big difference in results !
Can the lab mess up or fudge results for whatever reason like if the sample wasn't proper ? Because they told me to drop it off at some other location instead of their home office lab so the sample was probably an hour old already by the time it even reached ..
I don't fully understand sa results. I'm new to that aspect of ttc but unfortunately having to get to grips fast with it what I would say is diet and lifestyle have a massive impact on sperm quality. I'm a big advocate of acupuncture. I guess it's possible they could have messed up the results, I would double check with your dr but for now it does look like your Dh has worked wonders! Well done him!
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