Thanks, moonpie for the response. My wife is currently in her 13th week of pregnancy. We are still nervous because of all of our issues that we have had in the past, but we are praying that my wife and baby continue to stay healthy! Hopefully our stories can give other couples hope.View Thread
To add a little more info: I already have been to a urologist where I was diagnosed with a varicocele, which I had an operation to correct. I exercise daily, don't smoke, drink occasionally, but not in excess.View Thread
I am new to the forum but joined because I have a very specific question. My wife and I have been TTC for over two years. We both have been through tests. My wife's tests have been good, whereas my SA has revealed that I have 0% morphology on the strict scale. Just when I believed we would never conceive naturally, we found out we were pregnant, but unfortunately had a miscarriage at 7 weeks. After taking some time to evaluate our options, once again expectantly, we found out we are pregnant yesterday. But I am terrified that my low morphology was the original cause of the first miscarriage and this pregnancy will eventually lead to another. Are there any success stories out there of successful natural pregnancies with such a low morphology? Or is another miscarriage likely in our near future as a result of my infertility. Any advice/tips would be greatly appreciated.View Thread
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