I had a fertility test done back in june 2008.The results were as follows:
PROGRESSIVE MOTILITY 0.14
SPERM COUNT 10
A week after I found out about it, I took my lady out for a walk to explain it to her. Her response was,"I better not get pregnant or your doctor made a mistake." I kept this to myself and decided to eep an eye on her period. July,Aug,Sept,Oct, and Nov. No period. She deidn't tell me. So after getting tired of waiting, I handed her a pregnancy test and asked her to take it. She asked me why where the doctors said I couldnt get her pregnant. I asked her to take it anyway and sure enough, 6 months pregnant. I asked her how long she knew. She told me not until I gave her the preg test. Is this true do you think???
you can still get a woman pregnant because you were not diagnosed with azoospermia (which would be no detectable level of healthy sperm).
Your number is low but still what you have appears to be healthy- meaning that while the chances are lower than the general male population- there are still chances.
As for her not knowing: it is very possible. There are women who make it to full term without knowing they are pregnant.
Most women don't pay much attention to their cycles... it starts- it stops and we go on with our lives. You kept track but with the numbers you had she seems to have dismissed any pregnancy worry aside.
My best friends sister has two children.. with both of them she didn't find out until well into her 2nd trimester. She is tall and she didn't gain much weight.
So it can be true that she didn't know until she took the test. In her mind, any worry about her cycle might have been dismissed with the thought that you can't get anyone pregnant- which was false.
So you can tell her that the doctor did not make a mistake (unless he specifically mentioned azoospermia-which I doubt since you have numbers)-- things just worked out that way.
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