Hi all, I'm extremely new to this and I've never posted on a forum before, though I feel that seen as I'm searching them almost daily at the moment it might be a good idea to start talking.
Myself and my husband are in the extremely early stages of what I expect to be a male factor infertility diagnosis. We have been TTC for just over a year, all my tests have been very positive and so far so good. Unfortunately my husband has had two very poor semen analysis results and we have now been referred to a fertility clinic.
I'm sure we'll get lots of information once our referral comes through, however I can't help but want to be slightly ahead of the game. I'm wondering if anyone has any information on the chances of a natural conception when morphology is 4%, primary motility is only 3%, and complete immotility is 56%.
We obviously know those numbers are pretty bad. I guess I'm just after a feel for how bad.
We're off to the chemist tomorrow to explore multi vitamins, and hubby is stopping his baths all together (he really loves a good bubble bath, around 3 a week lol!). We are 30, neither of us smoke or drink, and we are both healthy weights. Hubby thinks he could be a bit more active so is looking into that too. But the fact that we are so healthy makes me think his problems are likely going to be down to a genetic factor, and so our efforts may be in vain.
Thank you in advance to anyone who reads this. I'm mentally struggling with this quite a bit, and really appreciate any time