Monday, September 18, 2006

Two questions, both answered: maybe

It looks like the overall answer here for me (Male Factor Infertility?) is still "maybe". My Wife is pregnant and everything seems to be on track and progressing normally. But we needed some technological help to get here, so "maybe" is still the answer in my mind.

However, another question may have been answered with a positive leaning maybe. Not having anything to do with me directly, but with another guy. A Dad Someday? apparently has two lines! So I just need to say Congratulations!

I sure do hope that the maybe becomes a resounding YES!


Blogger DI_Dad said...

Just checking in to say hello. - Eric

3:07 PM, January 19, 2007  
Blogger Just Me. said...

This is my first time on your blog and I just wanted to say congrats!

12:58 AM, July 10, 2008  
Blogger Ellen said...


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2:29 AM, March 05, 2010  
Blogger Mike Hussey said...

Doctors don't know what causes infertility in about half the cases in men, but think many men's infertility problems may be rooted in their genes.

7:07 AM, March 24, 2010  
Anonymous Wallace said...

I have also felt the pain of been diagnosed with male infertility and know the joy of overcoming it to experience the joys of parenthood...

4:13 PM, April 18, 2010  
Blogger jdeutsch said...

I suffered from the same and received abnormal sperm analysis results when I went to this clinic in NY: They have some good information on male infertility too.

7:24 PM, April 27, 2011  
Anonymous male infertility said...

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11:34 PM, June 23, 2011  
Blogger Anand said...

Congrats! after all those infertility treatments, u hve finally got! kew

2:40 AM, November 02, 2011  
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4:13 AM, March 15, 2013  
Blogger Amy said...

Hello there!

My name is Amy Taylor and I am in the research stage of putting together a documentary on infertility. I have a particular interest in male factor infertility as more and more research shows that male infertility is increasing in the modern world and scientists the world over do not have a great understanding as to why this is happening. Yes ... diet, lifestyle, environment ... but perhaps something even more is responsible for the sperm decline we have seen over the last fifty years. Whatever the case I am eager to meet people who have struggled with infertility and are willing to talk about it. My hope is to find people who are willing to share their stories so that we can shine a light on this under-researched and under-discussed topic.

I saw from your blog that your family has had to deal with male factor infertility and I thought your story was very interesting. I believe that a documentary on the topic of male factor infertility could be an effective tool to raise awareness about this important subject. My plan is to interview embryologists, andrologists, reproductive endocrinologists and all manner of experts (!) to teach the public about this complicated issue. However, more important than the doctors are the patients. People like you and me who have experienced first hand what it means to have an infertility diagnosis.

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Let me know if you would be willing to talk to me about your journey and your experience.

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2:27 PM, September 03, 2013  
Anonymous prasad said...

happy to here that and finally your dream came true..... Congratulations.

4:39 AM, September 16, 2015  
Anonymous vikramsingh said...

It was really nice.........

10:21 PM, December 15, 2015  

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