My hubby has had ulcers since he was a about 10 which means for the past 15 years, he has been taking raniditine (Zantac) multiple times a day.
And so today, after 3+ years of infertility, I finally discover that randitine use is linked to decreased sperm count and sometimes impotence.
I feel like we have a new direction to head in that isn't IVF. I feel like if we can just find him a healthier replacement for this med, maybe in a few months when his sperm has a chance to recover, we'll have renewed hope.
Anyone else ever heard of this?
Rochelle ff: /home/simplyrochelle Wife to Matt; 9/08; 11/12; 6/13;
Every day brings me closer to fulfilling my dreams of becoming a midwife and a mother
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