I am 38 and FSH, LH, AMH are normal. My partner has antibodies causing agglutination 25%. I read IVF can be used after sperm washing. Is it true or do we have to go with ICSI?
Our Expert's Answer
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We would recommend ICSI if your partner has significant antisperm antibodies as you risk having failed fertilisation with IVF especially if you have been trying to conceive for a long time.