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Fertility With Immature Sperm
No.: Dangerous combination. Don't believe the internet.Get a more detailed answer ›
Very premature is a condition in which a baby is delivered between 28 and 31 weeks' gestation. Depending on how premature, how sick, and how lucky or unlucky a baby is, he can get brain problems, cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness, developmental problems, learning disabilities, severe lung diseases, infection and loss of some intestines, etc... Babies who are only moderately premature usually ...Read more
Yes: If you have exhausted all avenues including your mates . She may be very fertile or not if not then icsi and ivf can be a treatment but it can be very expsensive. ...Read more
Count is 10 million .. Slugghish motile sperm 25%... Using this immotile sperm will icsi success ? Already we have 2 failed icsi ..
It should work!: Icsi (injecting a sperm into an egg) bypasses poor motility and should succeed. If you have failed two ivf/icsi cycles, i strongly suggest you defer a third cycle, gather up your records, and undergo a second opinion consult at a facility that has a high ivf success rate (you can see mine, for example, at: http://ivfmd.Com/eng/statistics_1.Htm most of my patients conceive on cycle #1! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My husband semen analysis test showed 100% abnormal sperm ,38% motility and 11.4 mil sperm count. Can we conceive normally without IVF ?
Sperm analysis: This is unlikely as he has 100% abnormal sperms. ...Read more
Husban sperm count 60 sperm motility 90 normal form 9%elongted 2% small absent acrosomes 5% other abnormalities 84%good for IUI or natural conceive?
Sperm: If that is 60 , illiom, it should be good enough. ...Read more
Husbands sperm count of 39 million with 80% motility and 10% abnormal sperms. Is this good enough for an iui?
Sperms: Yes this looks like pretty good ejaculate. ...Read more
Azoospermia with 40 million count & 25% motility. Plng to for ivf with donor eggs. Which is the best? Is ivf or icsi? Which has highest success rate
It doesn't : Men can be fertile well into old age. Over 50, there may start to be a gradual decline but no drastic decline. ...Read more
Mild Azoospermia with 40 million/ml prgress-A grade, 25% motility & 12% morphology Plng to for ivf with donor eggs. Which is the best? Is ivf or icsi?
Unclear...: Your reported findings of semen analysis is reasonable; azoospermia denotes no sperm in semen at all. Have you & sex partner been evaluated for contributing factors for infertility yet? Generally speaking, some 50% of infertility result from female factors, some 30% from male factors, and 20% from both sides. So, ask treating doctors more before considering IVF or ICSI. ...Read more
Husban sperm count 60 sperm motility 90 normal form 9%elongted 2% small absent acrosomes 5% other abnormalities 84%good for intra uterine insemitation?
Yes: Yes good for iui, but if that is his consistent result (on two tests), and the cervix is normal and you are not using Clomid (clomiphene) as a stimulation drug for fertility treatment, there is no good evidence that IUI actually increases pregnancy rates. Iui became popular as a treatment to balance the negative effect of Clomid (clomiphene) on the cervical mucous. Now with newer drugs not so necessary. Good luck. ...Read more
Possible: Although normal sperm morphology is important in conceiving, a low value may be compensated by higher sperm counts and increased motility. It does take 100's of millions of normal sperm to "get the job" done, you may benefit by concentrating the sample and considering doing intrauterine insemination or iui. Make sure the rest of your testing is normal. Good luck. ...Read more
My husbands semen analysis revealed a 5% motility but 25 million sperm volume. Can IUI work for us? I have no female fertility problems.
Does a semen analysis with 70% immotile sperm and zero fast progressive sperm mean that a man is infertile? Can the sperm quality be improved?
Here are some...: The parameters of your semen analysis for male infertility strongly suggests a very low likelihood to fertilize a timely waiting egg. How to improve it? You should bring this Q to your doctor assessing your infertility since s/he is the one who knows more about your individual specific situations than anyone online. Besides, female factors are known to contribute to some 45-55% of all infertility. ...Read more
Sperm analysis: 7.5ml, 60mil/ml, morphology 3%, motility 12% with 4% progressive. Possible to conceive naturally? Female tests normal.
Less than 30%: Percentage depends upon original position of undescended testes when corrected, i.e. Intra-abdominal udts are associated with more infertility than low inguinal udts. Associated abnormality such as poor attachment of epididymis has a worse prognosis. Age at correction is very significant, the younger the better. Both testes undescended beyond puberty can never be associated with normal fertility. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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