Low sperm count


#1

Hello All,
Our situation is a complicated one because we’ve got both female and male fertility issues. For me it’s widely spread in my 43 - POF. For my husband it’s more stressful. He has stage 3 colon cancer. His chemo ended in June 2015. Resulting mainly in low sperm count…
Due to these things we’re considering egg donation, using husband’s sperm firstly. If not - moving to donor’s one…
It’s really tough from time to time to think about how unblessed we have been all this time…
Sorry for this nagging…:frowning:


#2

Hi Samanthasun , sorry for the situation you are facing. IVF with husband sperm with egg donation would definitely works for you, if you are consulting a best infertility specialist. There are many options for your case as you could get pregnancy with donor egg and donor sperm with IVF process. This process is of high costs but there are higher chances if the donors are known fertile individuals. All the Best!!!


#3

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#4

Dear Samantha, do not feel you are unblessed. I personally know of a couple that had tried conceiving for more than 15 years. I can tell you how they had to struggle. But both of them gave each other support. By the help of Bio tex clinic in Kiev, they managed having a child. They are now proud parents of a baby boy. With all that difficulty that they went through they are not even planning to have another child. But I always admire them. They are such a role model to me. The two if you can come out of that situation too. Only if you support each other. Stop blaming your infertility. There are many ways to conceive. As you have said. It is good that you are giving your DH sperms a try first. If it does not work you can go for the donor. There is also FET. Remember you will be the one carrying the pregnancy. I am proud of your husband that he came out of the chemo stronger. You should always be there for him dear. I believe he now needs your support more than ever. You also need his support for the news of having POF. When you two are there for each other, then nothing will weigh you down. You should just learn the strength of supporting each other then you will be comfortable with the situations that you are both currently in. Best of luck.


#5

Dear Samantha, do not feel you are unblessed. I personally know of a couple that had tried conceiving for more than 15 years. I can tell you how they had to struggle. But both of them gave each other support. By the help of Bio tex clinic in Kiev, they managed having a child. The clinic has quality services that clients are now overflowing. They are even running out of 2018 economy packages that it is only this week that remains for registration. They are now proud parents of a baby boy. With all that difficulty that they went through they are not even planning to have another child. But I always admire them. They are such a role model to me. The two if you can come out of that situation too. Only if you support each other. Stop blaming your infertility. There are many ways to conceive. As you have said. It is good that you are giving your DH sperms a try first. If it does not work you can go for the donor. There is also FET. Remember you will be the one carrying the pregnancy. I am proud of your husband that he came out of the chemo stronger. You should always be there for him dear. I believe he now needs your support more than ever. You also need his support for the news of having POF. When you two are there for each other, then nothing will weigh you down. You should just learn the strength of supporting each other then you will be comfortable with the situations that you are both currently in. Best of luck.