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Unable to conceive, thyroid condition, abnormal sperm count, low endometrium level. Treatment for infertility?

Hello doctor .I m a 27 year old and my husband 31 years. Even after 3years we don t have a baby. My husband s Sperm count is 63 million, Rapid linear (GrIV)15%, slow linear(gr.III) 20%, non progressive-25% immotile-40%, viability-60%, Abnormal morphology 30%, WBC 20-25, RBC-10-15. I have thyroid problem , but it is under control after having medicines.Further my endometrium level is low every month it also increases by medicines. Can we hope to get pregnant in next 60 months
Asked On : Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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Yes you can get pregnant. Your husband's semen analysis report is almost normal except decreased motility. You need to undergo thorough evaluation including gynecological examination, hormonal investigations, Pelvic ultrasound. I would suggest you to go for test to see the patency of fallopian tubes ( HSG/SSG) if it is not done before or diagnostic laparoscopy would be even better. Thyroid and prolactin disorder if any to be corrected. If everything is normal then you can go ahead with ovulation induction drugs like clomiphene to induce ovulation, follicular monitoring (by Ultrasound) followed by timed intercourse or IUI. Endometrium thickness can be increased by giving medicines.
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Answered: Mon, 16 Jul 2012
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