troubles with my husband

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I read a lot of stories on this forum. Unfortunately, not every story has ended successfully, so I would like to write our successful story. Perhaps our experience will help someone from the participants. The problem was with my husband, so we could not conceive a child. My husband was born with a condition known as cryptorchidism, or testicles that did not properly descend into the scrotum. It is the most common genital abnormality in boys, affecting 30% of boys delivered prematurely and about 4% born full term. To correct the problem, he underwent three separate surgeries as a young boy. Despite the surgeries, only one of his testicles descended. Yet after the last surgery, the situation never concerned him. Everything worked fine, so he never really thought about it. But until that time he did not meet with me and did not make me an offer to marry him. We were in our late 20’s and having a family was very important to us. It was I who offered him to get a sperm count test taken. He went to a local urologist and had the test done three times. Each time his sperm count was zero. It was devastating to hear this news just a month before our wedding. His urologist had no real advice except to suggest the plan on adopting children. Adoption was out of the question for us. It took to us a long time to decide we wanted to have children, but once we decided to, we knew we wanted our own. Of course, we made an important decision that we need to go abroad. Because that's where we found the doctor who helped us. The doctor used a special technique, that is able to discover pockets of viable sperm in the testes. The sperm can then be extracted with minimally invasive procedures and used for in vitro fertilization and single sperm injection. They were able to find multiple pockets of viable sperm in his testes. They had no doubt they would be able to retrieve them so we could go through with IVF. In fact, doctor was able to retrieve several vials of sperm from him, most of which is still frozen for future use. The egg retrieval was difficult for us, but now we have a beautiful, completely healthy little son and several embryos frozen so we can have a second child when we are ready. The process for us to have a child of our own wasn’t easy either, but we definitely agree it was worth the effort. Although, our friends did not support us at all. We were alone, but fortunately we found a doctor who helped us. And we hope that we will have more children. 1 kelly007
12/28/2017
My mane is Cristina. I am 31 years old. My colleague advised me to join this forum. she also found it very useful at the time when she was also facing problem related to infertility. Because she had some major disease in her body. She now has a beautiful baby with the help of surrogacy. She has gone through this process with the help of “BioTexCom”. And now she is living a healthy life as well. She suggested me to contact that clinic and tell them your problem.i searched for their website and contact them. The way team BioTexCom treated was much appreciated. I finalized my decision and went for surrogacy. Now I have a complete and healthy family. I would definitely suggest you to cure your problem by following their procedure. Much love. 2 cristina4
1/1/2018
Hello, are you talking about this clinic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_W0ePBKT5qA ? I also heard many positive reviews about this clinic. Now I watch their channel on YouTube. Tell me please, what problem did you have? What kind of diagnosis did you get? You have not tried to do IVF? Or would it be pointless and the doctor advised you to go to the clinic for surrogacy? But I'm very glad that now you have a full-fledged family and you have felt the happiness of motherhood. 3 kelly007
1/4/2018
OMG! That's the most amazing thing so far I read on the internet today! I'm really happy for you. It must have been really tough for you that you guys. I really love the way you both didn't give up. Congratulations! I'm also on the same route of not giving up. In my case, it's me who have been affected by this curse of infertility...We tried everything, we could. Now, we are also going for an IVF procedure later this year. I think it's the only way for me to conceive. I'm trying really hard this time. My DH has always been supportive of me. Well, I really need prayers and luck! Stay blessed dear. 4 sasha54
1/10/2018
Well hi dear, how are you. Congratulations on your success. Your story tells us that to never lose hope again. This is the lesson that we most get in life. If we lose hope than we have nothing. Otherwise the hope is everything for us. I must say everyone should take lesson from it. Try to be brave like this. Everything is going to be alright anyway. 5 cathie
1/10/2018
hi,first of all i would say that you are very brave and courageous to step up and tell your whole story.I must say that what you are thinking is not wrong its a modren day medication of having a child and if you are geting facilitate by it then you should take it.Surrogacy provides a rewarding experience for both the family and thesurrogate. ... Surrogacy does not onlybenefit the families—surrogates gain the incredible experience of providing infertile and gay parents with the gift of a lifetime: a baby.so in my point of you you should take it .Good luck 6 inna
1/10/2018
Hi Kelly, I realize that "what should you say" is the wrong question. The better question is "how should you be?"Although some people said things that unsettled me if I felt like they were "being" loving and intending to support me... I couldn't fault them. After all, as I said in the beginning, I didn't even know what to say about IVF until I was going through the process. (I wish I had more role models who went through the process -- or spoke out about it -- and so yes, I'm stepping up to be one for any other women who are going through or considering IVF)Moreover, my biggest takeaway is that it's not even about how other people are "being" to me, but most importantly, how I am being about IVF -- which totally influences how people react to my news. When I was "testing the waters" and neutral -- it was more likely for people to react in a way that didn't appeal to me, as I hadn't given them any "cue" about how I felt about it and gave them a lot of power to control. 7 candir
1/18/2018

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