ok just wondering if testosterone injections raised my testosterone levels but lowerd my FSH and LH levels while clomid raised FSH andLH levels but let testosterone levels drop could a combination of both of them do all that i need i know i am grasping at straws but when your told testicular failure and that your only alternative that the doc is willing to offer is IVF with donor sperm well you understand why i am willing to grasp
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03-17-2005, 12:13 PM #1
clomid and tetsoterone injections
03-18-2005, 01:25 PM #2
Sorry, i do not kn ow much about your medical issue (fact wise)
I have used donor sperm and donor embryos, the biological isuuse does not matter much to us. We feel we will be able to love the child regardless of genetic make up.
Hope this helps
03-18-2005, 10:10 PM #3
Glad you found some menfolk to share with
I don't know about your med. either- sorry. Just wanted a mans opinion, so I came over here.
I did want to add though, that if you find your straws aren't graspable, donor sperm is not the end of the world. (don't mean to sound insensitive)
I thought my hunny would be bothered by it, but he was't at all.
It is certainly a topic that could use a few councelling sessions though if you are not sure about it, and find yoursef facing it.
Your RE should be able to refer you as a couple or individually, and may possibly even have an in-house councellor.
03-21-2005, 09:14 PM #4
sorry i did not mean that donor sperm is out of the question or even that i am bothered by it just that i dont want to go that route untill all options are closed as far as producing a child myself
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