Can it still happen


#1

my partner and i met soon after he separated from his wife after 5 years together. the y had no children. i had a scare after the condom broke which he then proceded to explain he had issues with infertility. because i was young i felt relieved at the time. now that we have been together for a while now and family is something we both want. we have patience for it to happen but i can see how it affects him since he is a bit older than i. I would like to know any natural ways to conceive. as i believe many others on this site i just want a family. i dream of seeing him finally be a dad


#2

[B]If he has an issue with infertility I would suggest that you go see a specialist together just to check both of you out to make sure and he could probably help if its an issue with sperm. Good luck![/B]


#3

It most likely can still happen, but I wouldn’t waste time getting checked out. It may be something as simple as your timing’s been off, but there could be other issues. I would hate to see you waste time when there could’ve been a simple fix to whatever isn’t working. Onve we hooked up with an RE, we were pregnant w/in months. Good luck.


#4

Have you heard of NaPro?

My husband and I were referred to a NaPro Technology doctor after we miscarried at 9 weeks after our first round of IVF, second frozen cycle didn’t take.

NaPro is a natural approach to infertility. Their belief is to get the female’s cycle working pristinely. My husband was told he, at best, only had 5% normal sperm. After our first real month of trying using NaPro, we conceived naturally.

Let me know if you would like more information on it. Our doctor was the best decision we ever made. He was able to determine several underlying causes that the IVF doctors never even looked at. Below is the link if you want to start looking into it. Best of luck, I’m here to answer questions if you have any.

NaPro Technology

Celia


#5

Hi, Can you please send me some more information on this. I started reading up on the link and I have located some doctors in my area that practice this. How does it work with insurance? Do you know if most insurances cover it or do they consider it to be infertility treatments?
Thank you, any information you can give would be great.

[QUOTE=IsItMyTurn?]My husband and I were referred to a NaPro Technology doctor after we miscarried at 9 weeks after our first round of IVF, second frozen cycle didn’t take.

NaPro is a natural approach to infertility. Their belief is to get the female’s cycle working pristinely. My husband was told he, at best, only had 5% normal sperm. After our first real month of trying using NaPro, we conceived naturally.

Let me know if you would like more information on it. Our doctor was the best decision we ever made. He was able to determine several underlying causes that the IVF doctors never even looked at. Below is the link if you want to start looking into it. Best of luck, I’m here to answer questions if you have any.

NaPro Technology

Celia[/QUOTE]


#6

Same here about the NaPro doctors. I’d love to visit one, but are they just in Nebraska? I didn’t see a search bar, but I hope they also exist elsewhere.


#7

Not sure where you are but I located a couple of doctors in NJ, PA, and NY

this link is where I located them. - Welcome to FertilityCareâ„¢ Centers of America If you go to this link you can click on find a teacher or find a medical consultant. Then you can drill down to the area you live in.

[QUOTE=Metalwolf]Same here about the NaPro doctors. I’d love to visit one, but are they just in Nebraska? I didn’t see a search bar, but I hope they also exist elsewhere.[/QUOTE]