So my Husband and I have been TTC since his VR in May 2010. The MD saw a lot of sperm on both tubes during surgery, however here we are 10 months in and he has had low sperm count. In Jan 2011 he had 8.1 million, then Feb it went down to less then 0.1 mil and in March up to 0.3 mil. I dont understand why it's up and down on his numbers??? He has 2 children that are 20 and 22 yrs old, and i have a child that 11 yrs old. He did get his Vas about 18 yrs ago, and I know thats a factor, however I am so FERTILE, you would think that it would have happened already.......but nothing. Now we are considering IUI or ICSI, I also think that they might put my Husband on Clomid just so his numbers can get better. Is there anyone that has any other information that you would like to share w/me that I may not know???View Thread
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