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Hi guys, just want to ask advice from you pls.
We're two years now of trying to conceive and patiently waiting for the right time to come but it's seems we're losing hope now.
my husband was diagnose with varicocele in his left testicle after a year of our marriage, he was advice to undergo operation but not decided yet to undergo it coz oflack of time issue and also financial issue.
he was also undergone some test and says that his sperm count was too low.
he take some vitamins prescribed by the urologist but nothing happens.
Now this week, we are planning again to see a doctor and seek advice.
my question is, if my husband is having a low sperm count and have a varicocele, do you think we still have a chance of conceiving a baby?
There are alot of wonderful herbs out there that can help you and your husband with infertility. You just have to do the research. And alot of time taking vitamins can really help out chances of conceiving. We don't realize how much our diet has to do with these things. Our bodies need certain amounts of certain vitamins in order to function correctly and learning what we may be deficient in and adding those to your diet can help alot! Good luck to you.
I think there is always a chance. I have bad PCOS so I only ovulate 3 times a year, randomly. We were not even trying to conceive, and we just so happened to do it at the right time, the one time he did not pull out. So I do believe there is a chance for you guys!
I agree, there are so many new advances in fertility these days that there is ALWAYS A CHANCE to concieve. Of course it takes time and money. But sometimes with tons of prayers, pregnancy happens without any help.
Dont give up yet and dont let a doctor tell you guys that pregnancy doesnt look like its in future.
Its there... You just need to stay strong together and believe its there..
I agree with the ladies above. There's always a chance. I was diagnosed at a young age with PCOS (I was 13) and have been told the whole time I'd have a hard time having kids. Well, I became pregnant very much by accident. I believe there's always a chance. keep trying and stay positive!