I am wondering if anyone has done or has heard of doing ICSI with your partner's sperm and donor sperm. Basically, my DH has been diagnosed with azoospermia (zero sperm count) and is doing a procedure called Micro-TESE to try to find sperm to use for IVF/ICSI. If we have my husband's sperm, can we also get a vial of donor sperm and if enough of my eggs are retrieved, do ICSI with both - some with DH's sperm and some with DS, so that if I don't end up getting pregnant with DH's sperm, I have a shot with a frozen DS embryo?
I am asking as I am worried about our chances being significantly lower with my husband's immature sperm that's been frozen (if we find sperm)... and we won't be able to do IVF more than once. Right now, the plan is to try IVF/ICSI with my husband's surgically retrieved sperm and if no sperm is found or we don't end up with our baby, we would move on to donor sperm with IUI... I know that if we do several attempts of IUI with DS it will add up significantly and we may end up being told to go down the IVF route with DS too. I am trying to think of a better way and in my head it makes sense for us to retrieve my DH's sperm, have donor sperm as well, and have some embryo's from my husband's sperm and some from donor sperm -- then kind of decide where to go from there - depending on the quality of the embryos and what the doctor thinks etc. Is this even a thing? Is it allowed? Has anyone here gone down this route if it is a route?
Any advice or comments would be greatly appreciated.