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2019.05.27

My husband's sperm morphology is bad! How is the success rate for artificial conception?

⋙ My husband's sperm morphology is bad! How is the success rate for artificial conception?

If there is a problem with the sperm of the husband, including insufficient mobility or quantity, the chance of pregnancy will be relatively low; or if the sperm has a bad morphology and the deformity rate is too high, it will be difficult to conceive. Under this condition, an in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment plus a single sperm microinjection (ICSI) must be used to pick out the healthy sperm and inject into the eggs directly for forced fertilization. After the embryos are generated, they will be implanted in the uterus for implantation.