My husband had a SA back in June with a count of 204 ml total with 59.2ml motility. Not great, but not too terrible, so we were told to do an IUI. (this was his 2nd SA and the numbers were similar to the 1st one) I just found out the IUI was unsuccessful but then received another call to tell me my husband's counts for the IUI were only 12.4ml total with 2.9 ml motility. The doctor wanted to know if he was sick, on medication, etc which he was not. What could possibly make such an impact on his numbers?View Thread
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