Re: Doctor question

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Posted by Larry Grunfeld, MD on July 31, 19100 at 13:07:07:

In Reply to: Doctor question posted by Sheila on July 29, 19100 at 07:31:12:

One of the causes of a low motility with a high count is a lont abstinence. You might try a shorter interval. Your husband should be under the care of a urologist who specializes in infertility while you undergo your inseminations. If all else fails, your husband's semen whould do very well with IVF/ICSI.

Larry Grunfeld, MD

: My husband's semen analysis came back with the sperm having "slow" progression. He had 344 million, however, they were "slow" but they did have forward progression. The doc said this was the only "prob" that came back from the analysis. What potential problem could we have with this?

: [Also my husband seems to think that this result came back because he may have gotten a little bit of the mineral oil into the specimen cup, and that it seemed the whole office was out to lunch at the lab when he left his specimen in the cabinet (so it may have sat for a bit).]

: Please help!

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