Our expert says:
Well, mine, too, was very far from fabulous, but that's not the issue here ! I'm surprised that any competent doctor would treat the female partner for infertility ( though I presume there were some tests done and some indication that the treatment would actually help you ? ) without asking for her partner to have a sperm test done.
It doesn't sound wise to try to hard to become pregnant with a man who may say he wants a child, but who isnt apparently acting in a mature way like someone ready to be a dad or a husband. If there is room for him to acknowledge any problems on his side, it might be worth considering marriage / relationship counselling, otherwise consider moving out and on, if he isn't prepared to invest on his side
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