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Ultrasound showed follicles, partner has low sperm count. Advised implants, had miscarriage. Suggestion?

Hello just had an ultrasound done this am and was told I had 6 follicles in left and 2 in righ. Also my husband has low sperm about 10million and 32% i am 38 years old and just had a miscarriage 8 months ago. I am so worried about my ability to concieve. Its my second miscarriage in my life first at 19. The doctor said that we could try implant with or without meds. What should I do and is this more about him or me. he is 36
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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Hi dear,
Since you both have some problems (your husband has low sperm count and you are 38 years with 2 previous miscarriages), it cannot be decided who has more problems.
If you haven't been able to concieve after 1 year of unprotected intercourse, its important you don't waste any more time and go for IUI with or without ovulation induction. If that fails then you have the option of ART with IVF.

Hope for the best.
Answered: Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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