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History of miscarriage. Irregular periods. Trying to conceive. Treatment?

Hi dr. I m 33 n my husband is 39. 5 years of married. 4 year befor i had an miscarage. Now We r ttc for last 2 year. I have an irregular period currently I check my thyroid n my tsh is husband have low sperm count it's 8 ml only what can we do for baby. Can we try natural way or other artifical treatment what is the success rate of ivf in this case. I have also done iui 1 time it's unsuccessful
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
How many times semen test was done? If only one time, he can repeat the test once more with 2-3 days sexual abstinence, as one semen analysis is not sufficient to draw any conclusion. If its already done more than once, IVF/ICSI is best option for you for conception. IVF will give you decent chance of pregnancy between 30 & 50% per cycle, depending on your ovarian reserve & the center's success rate where you are attempting it.
Wish you good health.
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