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Old May 24th, 2018, 07:16 AM   731
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So sorry about that Sarah. A lot of things can affect a man's swimmers it could be due to diet, wearing tight clothes, hot tubs etc. Or it could just be due to a bad sample where your DH may have hold his swimmers for more than 5 days before it was taken. Many doctors would recommend IVF or IUI but I there are meds out there that he can try. I read about Proxeed, fertility blend for men and clomid.



 
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Old May 24th, 2018, 07:34 AM   732
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So sorry about that Sarah. A lot of things can affect a man's swimmers it could be due to diet, wearing tight clothes, hot tubs etc. Or it could just be due to a bad sample where your DH may have hold his swimmers for more than 5 days before it was taken. Many doctors would recommend IVF or IUI but I there are meds out there that he can try. I read about Proxeed, fertility blend for men and clomid.
Thank you, funny you should say that... it had been 6 days he held it for. The hospital said it had to be more than 2 but less that 7. Have you heard something different?

I am trying not to get my hopes up but I am hoping the repeat test comes back with better results!

We would not qualify for IVF on the NHS as we already have a child, we would have to seriously think about whether we would want to wipe out our savings to pay privately.



 
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