So my hubby finally got tested. Low count. We are not sure exactly how low yet. We have an appointment w/ a specialist next week. Can anyone give me a little hope. Ever since we got the results I have been soooo down. I feel like it's the end of the road. We cant afford IVF and I don't know about IUI. Has anyone ever heard of vitamins for low sperm count or anything that can increase it? Also, I should add that when he tested he was supposed to go at least 2 days after we BD but not more than 5 days. We BD'd 1 & 1/2 day earlier. So not quite what they prescribed. Please help me feel better.View Thread
Hello ladies! This question is for the ones that have been trying for at least 1 year.....Are you still taking Prenatel vitamins? In the beginning I was every single day but now since we 26 months and counting I haven't been. Is that bad? Should I?View Thread
Well, good to know I am not alone in this boat. Sometimes it feels like no one gets it! I have spent the last 2 years worrying about getting pregnant. Im just ready. Plain ready! I hope your results come back good. Crossing my fingers for the both of us!! xoxoView Thread
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