Hello, We have been trying to have a baby for over a year and we found out that i have elevated prolactin( for which i just started taking 2.5mg of bromocriptine). my husband has normal count and motility however his morphology was 100% abnormal. Is there any hope for us to try naturally or do we have to go the IVF/ICSI route? ThanksView Thread
thanks moonpie0417 for such a positive story. we are in the same bucket. i am completely healthy now(had elevated prolactin in the past but have been taking medication) but we just found out that my husband has 0% morphology. we are going to give vitamins/acupuncture and other lifestyle changes before we jump into ivf/icsi. but its good to know people do get pregnant on their own and then give birth to beautiful and healthy babies. its very inspiring for us so thank youView Thread
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