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Why am I not conceiving?

Q: I am married for the past 2 years and I am trying to conceive. I have never used any contraceptives. I got hysterosalpingography (HSG done) which shows delayed spill. Ovulation study and serum prolactin were normal. I am taking the following medicines - Cabgolin 0.5 mg (twice a week); Glycomet 1 mg (one daily) and Folic acid (one daily). My husbands sperm count is very low - 15 million. We consulted a urologist and he prescribed UBI 100 Q (1 daily for 25 days with a break for 5 days, for 3 months) and Siphene M (1 daily for 3 months). Please advise, as we are very desperate now.

A:Laparoscopy should be done to see the condition of tubes, whether patent or not. If patent, then intra-uterine insemination (IUI) should be done into 2-3 cycles. Since your husband's sperm count is low, you should go for test tube baby, intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).


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