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Solutions for successful pregnancy with astenozoospermia
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Solutions for successful pregnancy with astenozoospermia

When there is a case of asthenozoospermia or defective sperm motility in men, it may be necessary to resort to assisted reproductive techniques to achieve pregnancy. There are three possible treatments for these cases:

Conventional IVF
can be done in cases of mild astenozoospermia, when there is less than 75% of sperm with defective motility.
ICSI
when more than 75% of the spermatazoa are immotile or poor moving in the semen sample.
Sperm donation
when there has been no success with conventional IVF or ICSI, fertility treatments with donated sperm can be considered.
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Last Update: 07/26/2022