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Trying to conceive. Sperm count report normal. High prolactin levels. Taking ovamit. Pregnancy chances?

HI , I AM 29 AND HUBBY IS 36 YRS OLD. HAVE BEEN TRYING FOR BABY FOR LAST 6-7 MONTHS , BUT WITHOUT SUCCESS. HUBBY S SPERM COUNT IS 95 MILLION AND PROGRESSIVE MOTILITY IS 20%. CONSULTED UROLOGIST . HE SAID RESULT IS NEAR NORMAL. MY PROLACTIN IS HIGH ( 30). TOOK OVAMIT AND THERE WAS THREE DEVELOPING OVUM . HAVE REGULAR PERIOD. WHAT IS THE PROBABILITY OF PREGNANCY
Asked On : Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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Hello,
First to make you relieved, your husbands sperm count is perfectly normal and there is no need to worry. As you have said that you have tried for only 6-7 months, this period is not very long and probably you should have patience and keep trying. High Prolactin can be a concern for your fertility, but then the levels are not very high. Probability of the pregnancy is there and good enough but you should keep trying.
Hope I am able to solve your concerns.
Answered: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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