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Have unexplained infertility, had an abortion. Ejaculation not possible now. Help?

hi there my dr has told me i have unexplained infertility although i did get pregnant and had an abortion years ago and me and my partner are desperate for a baby he is a dad already but now he is older he is unable to ejaculate so as you can see conception is near impossable and my man is to proud to go get seen by a dr so im asking if there is any medications that i could try to premote ovullation and if there is some medication that might make my partner ejaculate please? thanks. steph
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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Hi Steph,
I think you both need a keener set of tests to ascertain whether there is actually infertility or not. Your husband somewhere along the line might need to consult a urologist too. Its only after all these that we can come to a comclusion and draw up a better management plan. I suggest you see your gynecologist/obstetrician for a proper investigations a and do urologic consultation for your husband.
Answered: Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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