My husband and I have been ttc for almost 3 years. About a year ago we decided to finally visit a fertility clinic, where he was diagnosed with vericoceles and also low count/motility. We were told IVF is our ONLY option, but who can afford that??? Sooo, I'm just wondering if anyone else has been in this same situation and were able to conceive naturally and what steps you took. He recently (2 months now) started taking FertilAid supplements, hoping this helps improve things. His most recent semen analysis was in May (2013) and his test results were as follows (in case a Doctor sees this and cares to comment)
Volume 1.6mL Progression 1 Sperm Agglutination - Slight Viscosity - Moderate Round Cells 1 Viability 40 WBC 0 Morphology 1 Sperm Concentration 4 Total Motile-Sperm 1.6 Total Sperm Count Average 6.4 Motility Average 25
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