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HI! If you were my patient, the first thing I would try is IUI or intrauterine insemination. A man's sperm count can also be increased by such things as Proxeed, or even Clomid (for that he might need to see a urolgist or reproductive endocrinologist). If all of that fails. ICSI(intracystoplasmic sperm injection) is working wonders for couples with male factor infertility. Hope this helps! Dr B
Hi we had been trying for 6 years had invitro in 2011 and didn't get pregnant which by the way was super expensive like 20,000. In march we did IUI and finally we are pregnant we had the same issue as u.. try iui it isn't that expensive with medicine and everything it was like $5000 they did 2 iui back to back Friday and sat... Good luck and don't loss hope!!!!!
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