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Can a low sperm count still achieve conception?

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2015-07-14 16:07:28
2015-07-14 16:07:28

It's possible, it only takes one sperm to make a baby. It is usually a lot more difficult though.

yes a man with low sperm can produce a baby. My husband has a low sperm count and i just found im 6 weeks pregnant. It make take a little while longer ttc. but we tried for 2 years and finally im pregnant.

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