I know exactly how you feel. I'm so sick of people asking me when I'm going to have a baby I could spit nails! Growing up, when I would play with my friends....they would pretend to be teachers, or doctors. I would always pretend to be a "mommy". It's all I've ever wanted. I couldn't wait to get married and have a family. Little did I know it would be so difficult and sad. It's been two years and I'm just tired of trying...View Thread
My husband and I have been trying to have a baby for over a year now. I was checked by my OBGYN and everything was fine. My husband went to his PCP just for a physical and we found out that he has low testosterone. He's had an MRI of his brain to make sure his pituitary gland was working properly and we were told that everything was fine. His PCP decided to put him on AndroGel to see if that would help get his testosterone back to normal. He recently went to see an Endocrinologist and was told that AndroGel completely wipes out your sperm count...so needless to say, we've been trying for months and more than likely his sperm count is zero. What should we do? We're at a loss...help View Thread
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