I posted this in the infertility treatment area, but got no responses. Thought this may be a better place to post this question/freak out! So, my DH did an SA on the 11th. My docs office and the lab sad we would have the results back same day. I never heard anything so I called my docs office and spoke to his nurse. She said the doc hadn't looked over the results so she couldn't tell me anything. She said as soon as he did they would call me. I still haven't heard anything. I have an appointment for a normal pap on Wednesday. Should I be worried??? Are they waiting untill I get in there to tell me some awful news???View Thread
Thanks for your reply. I went in today and he told me that my husband has low motility. He said he needs to start wearing boxers and stop taking such hot showers. He said other than that he looked fine. My husband isn't happy about the boxer suggestion, but he said it is worth it.View Thread
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