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low sperm count or zero sperm count

I wanting to have a baby naturally with my boyfriend as i'm 30 and he is 45,i was told by him that he had went for semens test,once was zero sperm counts & then low sperm counts,that was about 2 years back.
We Bding on Mon evening which is on 8/08/11 which i at the most fertile day,heavy eggwhite CM and i drank alcohol after few hours later.the next day,3pm in the afternoon,tested opk+ Positive on date 09/08/11 the day after opk+ negative.Can any tell me will i get pregnant? my coming near period is on20th August..
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You will most likely need to seek out a fertility specialist if he has a very low sperm count.  We tried for seven years before doing IVF with ICSI.  ICSI is the most AMAZING thing in the world!!  It all but elminates the male infertility factor!!  They inject each egg with sperm.  We are now 27 weeks pregnant!  Good luck!
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With a low sperm count, you are not likely to get pregnant without some assistance. You should talk to a fertility specialist about your options. If he has SOME viable sperm, you may be able to do IVF.
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have you ever tried "fertility blend for men'? chek in your area if its available or not most GNC stores has this. or u could order it by online. my husb had low counts n he took this (not regularly) but wen we tested again it raised 9%. also you can ask help from fertility specialist. hope it helps :) Good Luck.
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