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mrs_smiff

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Tuesday, March 4th 2008, 2:22pm

Male chromosome testing

I don't know if anyone can answer this but here goes.

My Dh is gonna have a chromosome test to see if there are any defects in that area which may be causing his low sperm count. If there is a chromosomal abnormality, would it prevent me from getting pregnant or does it depend on what the abnormality is?
Me 35,DH 36 (Severe Oligospermia.).
4th ICSI :BFP:
I have 4 lovely big kids
Thomas Derren (Thom) July 1990
Luke Benjamin August 1993
Harley John Oliver June 1997
Alexandria Aimee Jay (Alex) July 1998
Lochlan Cassius James April 2009 (4th attempt at ICSI)



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Tuesday, March 4th 2008, 3:06pm

this is such an indept subject

the main problem could be balance translocation this is where genes wouldn't match up but again this would not happen this all embryos but might

i have read up on it but its so hard to explain, maybe google can help more, deffo search balance translocation
TTC 12 years

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Tyler May born 5/5/2010 by emergency c section. Tyler is our sunshine

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Tuesday, March 4th 2008, 6:08pm

HI Mrs Smiff x

My Dh has zero count we do not know why but this can be one of the causes
I have read up a lot on the subject
As I only have limited knowledge and by no way an expert I woulndt like to speculate.
But just wanted to add that if you go into google and type Karo Typing
it brings up lots and lots.
Also I brought a book called the human body from smiths and that has a section on it too x


AZOOSPERMIA confirmed 01/2008
TESE sucessfull 08/09
Reconstruction failed 11/09 .
Icsi June 13 - Bfn
Feb2014 = Natural cycle icsi bfn


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mrs_smiff

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Thursday, March 6th 2008, 8:53pm

Thanks Holly and Kara, I will look both of those up. More Google hypochondria coming on!
Me 35,DH 36 (Severe Oligospermia.).
4th ICSI :BFP:
I have 4 lovely big kids
Thomas Derren (Thom) July 1990
Luke Benjamin August 1993
Harley John Oliver June 1997
Alexandria Aimee Jay (Alex) July 1998
Lochlan Cassius James April 2009 (4th attempt at ICSI)






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