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Difficulty in conception, underwent DnC due to embryonic demise. Partner having low sperm count. Treatment options?

I am 36 years old, got marred in may 2007, i was conceived 2yrs ago(under doctor s medication ), and due to embronic demise(no heart beat) i had to undergo D &C in my 2nd month, as my doctor s advice. still i have not conceived. My husband, he is aged 38 yrs & has low sperm count(low motility/ morphology ). Now his sperm count is 10 millions. pls advice me what to do...
Asked On : Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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Hi Sudhap, As you have stated that your husband is having low sperm count and also earlier you have conceived under medical supervision, hence i will advise you to consult an infertility specialist. You can talk to your doctor for assisted conception techniques which may offer you the chance of having a child again. Assisted conception treatments include: Intrauterine insemination (IUI), IVF (in vitro fertilization), Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). In IUI sperm are inserted directly into your uterus (womb) at the time of ovulation. In IVF, eggs are gathered from your ovaries and combined with your partner's sperm in a laboratory dish. The resulting embryos are transplanted into your uterus. In ICSI, a single sperm is injected straight into a single egg in the laboratory and the resulting embryo is transplanted into your uterus. Talk to your doctors regarding all these options and i hope you will definetly conceive again. Have patience and keep a positive attitude. Hope this will help you. Best regards.

Dr Shipra
Answered: Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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