Hi I have had a successful ICSI pregnancy where I got lucky the third time and there is no problem with me just my husband who has a very low sperm count. I wanted to know what my chances were of conceiving through ICSI again would be. We're both aged 24.
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Age related statistics alone would give you a 36% chance of success at the outset, increasing to 39% if you make it to embryo transfer. As you are young, your egg quality is good and your chance of conceiving again is good. Your previous live birth proves your genetic potential and hence every reason to try again.