Posted 07 March 2016 - 07:59 PM
4 percent is optimal and considered 'normal'. A lot of men don't meet that mark for whatever reason but usually age and lifestyle. My husband was 45 when my embryos were created and not a spring chicken (I was 36). At 1 percent there was never any talk of not proceeding by the RE just that icsi
may be our only option. Before collection every glass of wine he had made me cringe thinking it was going to make his morphology worse - but it was completely inconsequential (but like I said his count was high and swimmers at 70 percent). They seemed to downplay these positives though. I think even with 0 morph if the other numbers are solid they would go ahead with plans to intervene with icsi
if the eggs weren't fertilizing.
IVF#1:17 Eggs, 4-5 Day Blasts: Transferred 2:
FET#1: Transferred 2: m/c@9weeks
IVF#2: 5 Eggs, 5-5 Day Blasts: Transferred 2: Boy/Girl Twins born DEC 2013
FET#2:Transferred 1: Baby Girl born July 2016
2 Frosties Remaining.