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Best way to get pregnant with low sperm count

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      Rusty

      as the title already suggest, I’d like to know how to get pregnant with low sperm count.

      Thanks!

      12/02/2019 at 4:00 pm
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    • Hello Rusty,

      When a seminogram shows a low sperm count it is known as oligospermia. In these cases, the chance of achieving a pregnancy via ART depends on the severity of the oligospermia.

      In cases of mild oligozoospermia, pregnancy could be achieved with intrauterine insemination (IUI), a simple, cost-effective technique that usually offers good outcomes. To be able to undergo IUI, it is required that the sample contains at least 2-3 million motile sperm after being processed via sperm capacitation. It is required that the woman is 35 or fewer years of age, without female infertility issues.

      If IUI is unsuccessful or in case you have been diagnosed with moderate or severe oligospermia, the treatment of choice would be in vitro fertilization (IVF), either the classical type or IVF/ICSI. Read more about the differences between IVF and ICSI and when it’s applied: IVF or ICSI?

      Hope this solves your question,

      Best regards.

      12/15/2019 at 9:00 am
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    • Hi guys!

      I’m joining this thread. My semen analysis indicated low sperm count but with good motility and morphology. Which fertility treatment options do we have here? Would a natural pregnancy be possible, too??

      01/11/2020 at 8:51 am
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      • Hi Sam!

        in cases of mild oligozoospermia, that means when you still have good motility and morphology, you can try to conceive with intrauterine insemination (IUI), a simple, cost-effective technique, that offers good outcomes.

        To be able to undergo IUI, it is required that the sample contains at least 2-3 million motile sperm after being processed via sperm capacitation. It is required that the woman is 35 or fewer years of age, without female infertility issues. Read all about intrauterine insemination here: What is IUI?

        02/02/2020 at 8:53 am
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