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  • "devonk" started this thread

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Reg: Jul 13th 2012

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Wednesday, August 22nd 2012, 7:47am

How do you find a good Male Fertility Specialist!


I’m new to the site and am looking for some advice about
finding a male fertility specialist. All of my test results and symptoms are pointing
towards a blockage but no-one at my local NHS seems to want to look at things
from a ‘male’ point of view! Here are the results I have so far:

Sample volume 0.5mil
Sperm 0
pH: 7
FSH 3.4
Y Microdeletions: all OK

Our fertility clinic says that my wife is ovulating normally
(romantic!) but her AMH level is too low for NHS funded IVF/ICSI. So we’re
crossing our fingers that my problem can be fixed and we try ‘naturally’.

All of the info and advice we’ve had so far is from an
IVF/gyno perspective. However we really need to see a male fertility specialist
to get their advice.

Does anyone know how/where to start looking for one?

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Wednesday, August 22nd 2012, 8:12am


I'm not sure how to find one in real life but you can ask the Sperm Scientist on this thread: LIFE IN THE LAB - FOR ALL OF YOUR SPERM QUESTIONS

Good luck with baby making!

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Reg: Jul 16th 2011

Location: Deepest Darkest Wiltshire

Children: 2 - fantastic sons, we are so very lucky!

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Saturday, August 25th 2012, 8:46pm

HFEa web site has links and info on clinics all over UK - HFEA - Fertility, Infertility, IVF, Embryo research - Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authority

Welcome to fz and best of luck to you.

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