I am asking this question for my husband and myself.
My husband's latest SA results showed that his motility is questionable. My OB consulted with a Urologist and he put my husband on six weeks of antibiotics because he is thinking that he may have a low-grade prostate infection. My question, or questions are: What type of infection could this be? Could something as simple as antibiotics really help with our infertility? (i have been checked out and I am fine and healthy) We already have a 3-year old daughter and she was conceived quickly with no help and no problems. Hubby is to do another SA after he finishes the antibiotics, but I just don't know if the antibiotics is going to be what helps us. If any one could shed some light or give me any type of info, that would be helpful.View Thread
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