PCOD and conception
I have a PCOD with anovulation for the past 1 year. my husband has a normal sperm count but no motility. the doc just said 1 word 'no chance'. what are our chances in conceiving normally and what to do next?
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Dr. Venkat Raghav
General Physician 4 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello,if you both have problem with ferlitily then its very difficult. Your problem ( polycystic ovarian syndrome) can be solved with medicines , exercise but motility of sperm is a must fertilisation . There is s technique where sperm is injected into ovum and implanted in uterus . Consult gynaecologist in tertiary hospital . It's of course costly.
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