We saw our GP yesterday to discuss my husbands sperm analysis. 1st = 0% morphology, 2nd- 1.5%. I have also had blood tests which have all come back normal. The doctor has printed out all of our results for all fertility tests and suggests we see a consultant to discuss our chances of falling pregnant naturally (ideal scenario) or if we will need some medical help eg. ICSI. What do you think the chances of falling pregnant naturally?Read answer
Hi, myself and my husband have just discovered that our third round of ICSI has resulted in a negative PDT and we are wondering what to do next, we are considering changing clinics.
I’m 36 and husband 34. We had a spontaneous pregnancy 6 months after getting married and then unfortunately had an early miscarriage. Following that we’re unable to conceive. Regular menstrual cycle/ AMH 12.75, FSH 8.9. Sperm sample has moderately reduced count and motility. Advised for ICSI
Cycle 1 - 300 units merional/ cetrotide/ Gonasi trigger 5000 units.
11 eggs/ 10 mature/ 8 fertilised with ICSI
1 blastocyst ET on day (3BC)
Nothing good enough to freeze (2 x 4CC)
Negative pregnancy test
Endometrial scratch. Merional 300 units
9 eggs, all mature
8 fertilised with IMSI
2 x CM on day 5 implanted
Nothing to freeze
DHEA 25mg TDS for three months
Testosterone gel 5mg for two months
Gonal-F 300 units/ Cetrotide/ Gonasi trigger
10 eggs, 7 mature, 6 fertilised
1 x 3bc and a expanding morula/ almost blastocyst.
2 x embryos transferred
Cyclogest and SC progesterone
Nothing to freeze.
Is there a minimum volume of semen that the lab needs to be able to analyse and freeze my sperm?
My partner has low ejaculate volume due to testosterone deficiency. He's ejaculating less than half a ml. The doctors want him to go on testosterone replacement because the deficiency is affecting him quite badly, so we are hoping to get back up sperm freezing because we know that TRT can cause decline in sperm production. But since he's not producing much at all, we are worried that the lab won't be able to analyse or freeze his sample because there won't be enough of it?
Thanks in advance for any insight or reassurance you can give us. He's not had a semen analysis so we don't know what his count is like right now.
My partner has had a vasectomy 20 years ago and is 20 years older than me at 51 now. As far as I know there aren’t any reasons why I’m unable to have children personally but then again I’ve never tried. I wondered what our best option is, could we get sperm aspiration and then insemination or would we have to go down extraction and then fill IVF? ThanksRead answer
I have been looking through your treatments and was wondering what the the best one for me would be. I have polycystic ovaries and my partner has a low sperm count. We have conceived naturally in the past so were looking at the IUI with clomid. Do you think this would be the best treatment for us? I am just looking for information at this point.