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Monday, October 12th 2009, 10:15pm

Am I being a dreamer???

Hi,

Don't know if anyone can help me but has anyone here got pregnant naturally despite their other half having a very, very, very low sperm count? Yes, I'm probably deluding myself that this could be a possibility but it's nice to hope sometimes...

Please don't laugh at me! :O



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Monday, October 12th 2009, 11:29pm

Hi Claire Bear!

We would never laugh at you hon. :hugs:

Do you have any further information about your DP sample? I'm not the best person to answer your question but I'm sure someone will be along soon to help you out. And it may help them if they had a few more facts about his sample.

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p.s Hope is a wonderful thing. Never say never!
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Monday, October 12th 2009, 11:45pm

No-one will laugh at you hun.

Hope is a wonderful thing and as above never say never.
There are many stories out there of miracles happening. Im sure someone will be along soon to offer better advice than me but best of luck in meantime

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Tuesday, October 13th 2009, 10:05am

Hi hun!

Youre not a dreamer at all, hope is what keeps us going. My dh has an extremely low count with abnormalities, we tried Clomid and were waiting to start iui when I fell pg naturally, I now have a 10 month old.

Never say never and never stop dreaming! x





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Tuesday, October 13th 2009, 12:13pm

If you are dreamer, then so am I. There is nothing wrong with hope and that is what keeps each and every one of us going on here.
My DH has Azoospermia and even despite that, whilst we were on the waiting list for ICSI and even though we were told our chances even with that were slim, I still kept wondering month on month if it would just happen for us naturally. Thinking this way would give me a glow which maybe only lasted a day or two a month, but kept me sane in all the years we waited.
It didn't happen naturally for us, we needed a helping hand but in all the time we tried and waited, the amount of stories people told me about people they knew who had children naturally after being told that there was no way they ever could.
Keep your hope alive, it keeps your dreams alive!
All the best,x



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