Quick Facts

Mr.E
– age 30
– age 28 at diagnosis of idiopathic non-obstructive azoospermia (which basically means he has no sperm for an unknown reason)
– varicocele in left testicle; repaired March 2013
– Hashimoto’s thyroiditis diagnosed July 2013 (taking 2 grains Naturethroid and living the “Paleo life)”
– MTHFR A1298C heterozygous
– negative for karyotype, Y microdeletion, cystic fibrosis
– low-normal testosterone
– high FSH
– low inhibin B
– mTESE revealed 0 sperm and severe Sertoli Cell Only Syndrome (Jan 2014)

Mrs.E
– age 33
– age 31 at Mr.E’s diagnosis
– low AMH (1.02) (possibly caused by low Vitamin D?)
– MTHFR C677T heterozygous
– adrenal fatigue
– hypothyroidism (taking 1.5 grains of Naturethroid)
– failing miserably at living the Paleo Life with Mr.E
– 21 eggs frozen
– retrieved 8 mature eggs (out of 12) at first egg retrieval
– retrieved 13 mature eggs (out of 14) at second egg retrieval
– lower AMH (.64) at age 32 while vitamin D is optimal
– higher AMH (1.538) at age 33

Moving on to donor sperm from Mr.E’s brother

Updated: 5/4/14

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One thought on “Quick Facts

  1. Am so glad i chanced upon your webpage. It’s given me so much hope. DH’s second SA came back and zero sperm. We are seeing the fertility doctor in May and am just ready for what the next ‘news’ will be. I sometimes wish there was nothing like azoospermia. Its just devastating to know your dh has it. For now, am keeping hope alive. Thanks for this blog. Will keep you updated . Happy you guys get to have twins. I can’t wait for my own.

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