thank you for your reply as at least i don't feel too abnormal as these things tend to do. You mentioned "fertility blended vitamin" is there one which is recommended and also a sperm heathly lifestyle? I don't realy drink much, don't smoke, do regular exercise, eat well but i am type 1 diabete for 8 years now but have well controlled sugars. If there is something which you can suggest then please I am all ears Thnaks again for your input....View Thread
I have a low morphology of 4-5% and we are heading for IVF. I wanted to know if men can still get women pregnant even if this value is as low as I describe. The other results from the semen tests are fairly good just morphology...All the tests for my wife are good so my conclusion is its me. We have been trying for 2 and a half years..any advice or exsperineces similar which give us hope I would love to hear as its a very emotional time for both of us...View Thread
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