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Anon_238280 posted:
We recently received the results of my husband's semen analysis and it showed that his motility was 55%, count was 250,000 and quality of motility was grade 2. We know that his count is obviously low and so is the quality of motility but the lab results did not specify the morphology. We are going to see a urologist that specializes in infertilty in a few weeks, but we feel very lost with the limited information we have been given in the meantime.
Can anyone give us an idea of what our options may be for having a baby? I am assuming it depends on what the cause of his low count and poor quality is...but we are trying to mentally and emotionally prepare ourselves for what we may need to do next to try and conceive. My insurance covers GIFT and low tubal ovum transfer but not in vitro. We are open to the use of donor sperm or even adoption if those end up being our realistic options. Any help is much appreciated! Thanks!
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amyaalc responded:
Responded to your second post/discussion thread.

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