Hi, my partner and I have been told we will not be able to have children as he is not producing sperm. He has a hormone which is very high which tells his body to produce sperm or something? but somewhere down the line his body is not actually making sperm. Think its a genetic thing dont know. Been told we can use a donor but at the moment there isnt enough sperm donors so that could take a few years anyway and were both not 100% sure on that just now anyway. Went back to the consultant (the NHS by the way) and we asked all the questions we needed to ask but still feel there must be something out there whether its here in the UK, abroad or on the moon, if anyone knows anything HELP!!! I know it sounds like we cant accept what weve been told, which is true but I would hate to think we gave up.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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