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Here is the update I wrote up for the TTC 6+ Months Board:
Okay - it went pretty well. The pap was less than exciting as I am sure ya'll can understand. I was told I have fibrocystic breasts - joy! So now I have cysts on my ovaries AND my breasts.
Anyways - we got our SA results back. Apparently DH's sample was a "good amount" and his count was just over 7 million (Dr. said they wanted greater than 5 million) and his motility was 66% (which the Dr. said was good too because they want at least 50%). Truthfully, I was a little worried. DH is overweight and while in the waiting room I was looking through a Conceive magazine and it had an article about studies done on overweight men and their semen. It said that some studies have shown overweight men can have low sperm count, etc but that they have also seen no issues in other studies. But after the SA results I was much happier.
Doctor said i might have the start of a yeast infection but to wait to see if I am pregnant before starting treatment. I was given the paper work and I am supposed to have the HSG done as soon as my period leaves. I have to gestimate come CD 1 and call and get my appt made. He has also decided that the month after the HSG if I don't get pregnant that month (cause that month will be unmedicated) we will do clomid days 4-8 instead of 5-9.
EDIT: Number was actually over 70 million not 7 million.
AJ (age 7) & Katie (age 2.5) PM to see if I am available to make a siggy - decisions will be made on a case by case basis.