So my husband did 3 months of compound pharmacy grade testosterone for 3 months. During this time I also started on clomid to get pregnant (his sperm count had been normal) so after 2 months of not getting pregnant I had him tested. His count had dropped to ZERO! So naturally I freaked out...he went off of testosterone immediately....his doctor had started him on clomid about a month before but obviously wasn't doing the job.so he continued on clomid for the next month, (25 mg 3x a week ) he hated it, so stopped. Good new is, 6 weeks later we conceived! (Without clomid because I thought that pointless to take ). We got him tested (before I knew I was prego) and his count had rebounded to 35 million! So we were very surprised and happy it came back so fast!! I am now 10 weeks!View Thread
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