Bbhope.... yes, littlesunflowers is so right. There are different causes of Azoospermia, and some are not so dire as some of our DHs who have maturation arrest, ie. there are sperm there but they just can't get out via ejaculation. Perhaps you can actually ring up the Perth IVF clinics and ask for the names of who specialise in male factor infertility (MFI), then that way you know who to get your GP to write the referral out to. Here's a big tip for when you get your GP to write the referral out - ensure that both of your names are on the referral, otherwise DH will have to go back separately to his GP to get another referral. As well, have your GP write the name of the FS you've choosen, plus write "and other specialists at such and such clinic". What happened with us, is that when we saw the FS that I had chosen, he referred us on to a MFI FS, but specialist-specialist referrals only last 3 months, while GP-specialist referrals last 12 months.
AFM.....I feel much more reassured now knowing that the hiding left ovary is fairly common. Went for BT and US this morning, with my regular nurse, and even she had a problem finding it, but after lots of pushing on my stomach and causing a fair amount of "period" pain, she kind of found it. It was right down the bottom, and though she couldn't see it very well, she said she was sure that there's 1 or 2 follicles in there. She couldn't measure them. On the right side, the two are now at 22, plus two useless ones less than 10. My trigger won't be until Sat night, so of course now I'm sitting here worried that these two at 22 are going to grow too much and will be bust. These thoughts seem to be driving me more crazy this time round then ever before!! Aarghhh. Anyhow, it's totally out of my hands now, and there's nothing I can do, so am trying not to worry about it. I can't wait until EPU on Monday and find out just what is inside :-))