I have had the treatment of ICSI three times with no success. Is there a chance of a fourth attempt or was the third treatment my last opportunity?
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Having another attempt of ICSI is not out of the question as research shows that the success rate only diminishes after seven attempts. However, a lot will depend on your previous treatment cycles. I would recommend a consultation with a fertility expert with all the information from your treatments and they will be able to advise you if another cycle is worthwhile.