"To be a candidate for the IUI there should be no history of male factor infertility.
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March 7th, 2013, 05:01 AM
Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Kentucky... again
I also disagree with that statement. My RE, as much of a quack as he was, ordered a huge list of blood work for Troy though he went and got them done here on post, the RE read them (I think). I know I have them somewhere I really should read them. Most everything seemed normal. However - I don't think FSH was drawn. Hmm.
Additionally, is there a way to get a different urologist? If your RE isn't willing to treat your DH as well then that might be a path to go down. I honestly don't know how that works yet.
Hang in there love, you have gone through a huge emotional rollercoaster these past few months and it is only understandable you're feeling this way now.
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