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whtz the relation between male prostrate problem & the missed abortions due 2 lack of cardiac flicker in early pregnancy.

By May 11, 2010 - 10:07am
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my hubby is suffering from some sort of prostrate problem (calcification/inflamation etc.) since last almost 4 yrs...in the mean while v had a healthy pregnancy & now r parents of 3 yr old daughter...but recently i had 2 consecutive miscarriages (within one yr) due 2 the lack of cardiac activity in early pregnancy.... i m worried if my hubby's prostrate problem is now effecting our pregnancy????? (as all my medical tests seem normal)

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although as i hv already discussed b4 that i hv a problem of hypothyroid but by regular medication (thyroxine) my TSH level is sufficiently undercontroled since last more than 4 years...so far as my hubby is concern he dont hv any other physical problem than the prostrate alone...
but when his semen analysis (detailed)report came ...according 2 "the physical analysis" his total count was 50mill/ml (the normal range is 20 mill/ml), live count sperm per ejaculate was 09mill/ml for 99millions of a single ejaculation (the normal range is 40 mill/ejaculate), percentage motile sperm was 18% but the rapid linear progression was zero (the normal range is 25% ), 25% were in slow/non-linear progression while the rest 75% were non progressive...
on the other side "the morphological analysis" depicted that only 10% of sperms were in normal form, 05% were large oval, 05% were small oval, 40% were tapering, 20% were duplicate/double & bent headed, 10% were amorphous & 10% were hving the mid piece abnormality...
by looking @ the above mentioned report (almost 4 yrs back) my doctor was a bit doubtfull about my hubby's fertility ...but (without any medical treatment) by the very next month i had a healthy conception that resulted in form of my cute little angel (a healthy daughter).... & after almost 2 yrs of my daughter's birth when i tend 2 xtend my family further, suffered from 2 consecutive misscarriages (due 2 lack of cardiac activity) .... therefore i m very much curious 2 know the actual factor behind that....

May 14, 2010 - 7:38am

As we discussed in your other question (http://www.empowher.com/community/ask/how-does-mental-stress-effect-pregnancy-psycologicallyphysiologically), your miscarriages sounded like they are related more with your stressors.

I am so sorry you are struggling with this. Has your husband been diagnosed with any fertility issues? The prostate is not related to this, but I am wondering if any of his treatments could be a factor?

May 11, 2010 - 10:56am
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