Hi. DH and I have been trying to get pregant for 22 months. I have PCOS with insulin resistance and DH had low sperm motility (as in 0%). We are taking vitamins and supplements to help and have given ourselves until January to get pregnant. If we are not by then, we will begin to look into fertility treatments. While doing some research for a local fertility Dr., I can across a clinic that talked about fallopian tube sperm perfusion. It sounds like it might be more beneficial than IUI. Does anyone have any experience with this or have you spoken with your fertility dr about it?
I am 36 and DH will be 46 in January so we are feeling the clock ticking away. SO glad to have found this forum where there are people that are having the same feelings I am. I feel so alone. DH is amazing but there is still a part of my desire to have a child that I don't think he (or any other man) will ever be able to fully understand.
Praying that we all end up on the graduation list SOON!!!!!!View Thread
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