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Monday, April 2nd 2012, 5:27pm

new results in

Just got back from getting my second SA results. Not very good news though as things have got worse my count was 3 million and motility was only 10% and she told me the chance on concieving naturally is next to none :( so time to look at treament now so if neone got ne advice to where to have it? Nd what's the best options are?
Many thanks in advance
Sperm count: 1st 5 million, 2nd 3 million
Motility: 1st 30%, 2nd 10%

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Tuesday, April 3rd 2012, 10:41pm

Ressy - have ya hormone levels been checked ? - the reducing sperm count could be down to a hormonal imbalance in either testosterone, LH or FSH levels and can be treated and spern count / quality improved in some cases!! best to have a word with your GP / fertility consultant and request one if not and have your testicals checked if they haven't been already > best to ensure there's nowt wrong with your wedding tackle i.e variocele etc

You still have more than enough sperm for IVF / ICSI - if it comes to that, GP will refer you to a fertility consultant if they haven't already.

Best of luck :thumbup:

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Wednesday, April 4th 2012, 7:51am

No.not had ne horone tests done nd haven't had a physical examination either. And will they still refer me to a fertility consultant either though we won't recieve funding? Many thanks for reply.
Sperm count: 1st 5 million, 2nd 3 million
Motility: 1st 30%, 2nd 10%

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Wednesday, April 4th 2012, 9:01pm

Ressy - have a word with your GP mate > as all the stuff I mentioned is standard as is referral to a Fertility clinic, GP's are generalists and have limited knowledge regards fertility or other specialisations on the whole and you should basically point out that they know naff all and request referral to a Fertility consultant / Urologist / Reproductive Endocrinologist as these chaps do know about the intricate workings of sperm production etc. Get your self checked out - this doesn't require funding like IVF chap - you pay NI like the rest of us so get your £ worth of consultation.

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Thursday, April 5th 2012, 1:11pm

I will do exactly tht, atleast id know what's goin on before we decide to pay for ivf cheers mate.
Sperm count: 1st 5 million, 2nd 3 million
Motility: 1st 30%, 2nd 10%

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