This was a dark, rainy and stormy day of 27th September when I landed with my plane in Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport. As soon as I get out of the Airport, I started to miss the people, my family, my friends and my colleagues, but I must get to work and face off all the uncertainties that I came with.
I was heading to London by Bus to get my Frontier Worker Card from the UK Government, which I should have taken 1 month before expiration, I’ll get it and that uncertainty was gone.
Before I get back to Paris like it was nothing, I needed to try solving the second uncertainty and the Male Fertility Clinic was going to give an answer.
The hammer has fallen, I was diagnosed with a low sperm count, OligoAsthenoTeratozoospermia, that explains a lot, this analysis outcome has closed-off all my hopes of building a successfull fatherhood naturally.
The natural question that comes into my mind, what was it? can it be cure? what I am going to say? who’s going to save me from this?
This entire category, publishing, articles, photos and videos are dedicated to my family, my wife, my parent, my brother and my sisters, my obstetrician-gynecologist, my radiologists, the staff of their clinic and hospital.
Thank you so much.