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Hello Doctor, I m married since 3 years. I m trying to conceive, I went to a Gynecologist where they have suggested for iui, my husband's sperm count is low whereas his rapid linear progressive is 0.0% but then too I have done with iui on last 18th aug. So please suggest doctor whether by this results will I be pregnant. Awaiting for your earliest reply.

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Hello there... We can’t know for certain at once if the IUI is succesful. But if It will not be succesful this cycle, you may want to discuss with your doctor if you can go straight ahead with in vitro fertilization since your husband’s sperm count is low and with 0% linear progression.

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