this was my first test but I have had 3 since then thay all show the same levels...my urologist wants to send me to another docttor to have a biopsy done..I have no insurance and can not aford it as I have already put almost all of my savings into ttc we have been trying for 9 years now...I don't do drugs and I am bot on any medication..however with my job I am out in the heat all day long everyday but sunday..I work outside in the summer and winter ...Have you ever heard of this? is there anykind of male fertility medication that could with my levels being so low...my wife has been on clomid and we where thinking about doing a iui...but her doctor seems to think there is no hope with my levels unless we have ivf. we can,t we dont have the money for it..iui is the only thing we can aford at the moment...What should we do? is there anything that would bring my levels up?View Thread
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