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Hi Peter,

My dh has a count of less than 1 million per ml and poor motility / morphology. Our first ICSI attempt failed to implant despite having 11 top grade embryos, 2 of which were tx as extended blastos on day 5.

I have read since that poor sperm quality can stop implantation occuring, and am now wondering if we will ever be lucky considering the severity of his problem.

I have had 2 successful pg in my previous marriage and no identified fertility issues.

What is your opinion?

Many thanks.

Trish
 

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Trishs1970 said:
DNA fragmentation studies on the sperm may provide some useful information as well as aneuplody screening on the embryos. Most major clinics can offer these as we do in Canada.

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Peter
Hi Peter,

My dh has a count of less than 1 million per ml and poor motility / morphology. Our first ICSI attempt failed to implant despite having 11 top grade embryos, 2 of which were tx as extended blastos on day 5.

I have read since that poor sperm quality can stop implantation occuring, and am now wondering if we will ever be lucky considering the severity of his problem.

I have had 2 successful pg in my previous marriage and no identified fertility issues.

What is your opinion?

Many thanks.

Trish
 
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