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Trying to have a baby-low sperm count

My husband was told that he has low sperm count. We have been trying to get pregnante naturally for a year now, on/off he is military. I was just wondering how difficult or thier personal expiernce conceving with a low sperm count. The doctor didn't seem too concern just told him stop smoking and stay away from tight pants and saunas.

 
Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 1:55 AM on Feb. 7, 2010 in Trying to Conceive

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  • www.fertilityblend.com.

    I would recommend that you take the women's version while he take's the man's version. It usually works best when both partners are taking it to maximize your chances.

    Smoking can SERIOUSLY damage the sperm so stopping would be an excellant idea but the Fertility Blend will help raise the sperm count.

    A friend of our had low sperm count. The doctors told him it wasn't correctable and that they may never be able to concieve naturally because of it. He took this for 3 months and his count raised enough to where he went from a less than 10% chance of being able to get his wife pregnant to a 60% chance. The doctor told him to take it for 3 more months and they would test again if they weren't pregnant. She got pregnant their 4th month of taking it. He quit taking it after that but the blend must have really helped because they got pregnant with their second & third babies when the 1st was 6 weeks
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 2:50 AM on Feb. 7, 2010