I just had my initial consult today and it was encouraging! My antral count(? sorry still new to terminology) was 35, which the RE said was very good, especially since I am 39.
DH’s analysis came back good, and he wasn’t concerned about it at all.
However, when I got home and we could look at the printout more, we saw his Kruger Strict was 4.5% normal (for morphology). How much will this impact us for IVF, do you think, if the rest of his results were good?
Also, there was an indication on the ultrasound that I might have hydro in my right tube. The RE isn’t insisting on an HSG, but he did share a slight (about 10%) drop in projected chances if I do have it and we still do IVF with it untreated. The reason for potentially not having the test is that I don’t think insurance covers it at all, and it’s about two grand. Also, if I had the test and I do have it, the doc and I were unsure if I’d proceed with the surgery to remove it anyway because I have Crohn’s Disease. The Crohns area is the reason WHY the tube is so damaged in the first place, and having the surgery so close to impacted intestinal area could be bad for my Crohns. Decisions!
So my two questions (sorry this is so long):
Has anyone had successful IVF with hydrosalpinx?
What insight can you give on the morphology aspect of the SA?
Thanks so much!