I am in a very similar situation to yours. My husband too started testosterone injections in Decemeber of 2010 after his regular MD diagnosed him with low testosterone (which by the way it was actually in the normal range for a 31 year old man, we've since found this out from our RE). We started trying to have another baby earlier this year with no luck so he had a SA done in August of this year. His numbers were extremely low. 1 million sperm with only 15% motitility. The morph was also low. We have since seen an RE and he immediatly had him stop testosterone and he will soon be starting HCG injections to hopefully get his sperm count back up. In the meantime he is taking many different vitamins/minerals. I'm feeling very defeated and very nervous it wont rebound. I was just curious what treatment your husband has undergone and how it has worked. Thank you.View Thread
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