Hi me and my husband have been trying to concieve for 4 years now, we havent been tracking ovulation with a kit or anything just having unprotected sex. we recently went to fertility specialist and had a workup done on my husband. His sperm count was 15 million and everything else checks out. my ovaries are in great shape and my uterus is awesome(doctors words) however, we didnt have a physical examination of my husband and I think there may be a problem effecting getting the sperm up to the cervix. His Urethra is on the side of his penis, not like randomly placed but like when he got circumcised the pulled the top to one side more then the middle, can this effect us getting pregnant and if so what could we do besides invitro that might help? thanks!View Thread
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