My husband and I have been married for 10 years and have no children. now that we are financialy stable we decided to seek fertility treament with RE. His semen analysis showed no sperm. He has a history of undecended testicles and bilateral hernia with repair. Transrectal ultrasound was peformed to r/o obstruction. All hormone labs were normal, but testosterone was slightly low. Obstruction was ruled out. Next he had a testicular biopsy. It was found that his sperm cells has been damage maybe from surgery of hernia repain and/or orchipexy, trauma or infection. A few immature damaged sperm was found was found but nothing i could get pregnant from. Genetic test was performed with y micro-deletion and it all came back that he did not have an genetic issue with his DNA. RE recommended adoption or donor sperm. Is there any way that his sperm cells and tissue can reproduce healthy cells and tissue again so he can have a biological child? Any natural supplements He can take that has actual proven effective results?View Thread
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