Ok I am in desperate need of support. My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for a year and went to the fertility doctor last week. While discussing normal female anatomy, details of our conception problems, and results of my husband\'s semen analysis my husband fainted. This is the second time it has happened. (the first being when he had blood taken). I am seriously having a hard time now, even processing what the doctor said and what our plan of action is. Everytime I start to think about what he said I just picture my husband, green, eyes rolled back, and passed out. I cringe. So, I havne\'t really been able to process the fact, and my feelings. I am even looking at my husband differently, which is incredibly scary, I just feel like I am in this alone. I feel like if I talk to him about it, he is goind to pass out. Help!
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