HEY GUYS…HAVE FERTILITY ISSUES? FERTILAID FOR MEN WILL INCREASE YOUR MOTILITY AND SPERM COUNT —->>> CHECK IT OUT NOW!
A lot of our readers wonder if it’s possible to still get pregnant if you have a very poor sperm morphology. The answer is, absolutely! With advancements in Assisted Reproductive Technologies, IVF with ICSI is a great option for those of us who have very poor sperm morphology. I speak from a personal experience as I was diagnosed with very poor sperm morphology. I was sad, shocked and confused at first but after learning more about possible treatments, my eyes were opened and I began to relax knowing there are options.
Right now, my wife Wendi, is in her second trimester (over 15 weeks pregnant). My Kruger Strict Morphology Analysis came back at under 2%. Our first fresh IVF cycle was not successful but we had some frozen embryos from the first round that we used for our first frozen embryo transfer a few months after our fresh IVF cycle. Our first FET was successful! IVF with ICSI made this happen for Wendi and I. All it takes is one little sperm injected into the egg and pregnancy is possible.
Besides having a very poor sperm morphology, I also have a low sperm count and low viscosity. I thought it was the end of the world. Don’t let it get you down. It’s not worth spending your energy on. You will have many other things to focus on such as IVF treatment and keeping stress levels as low as possible so there is no need to waste time getting down on yourself. Some of us were blessed with great sperm and some of us were not. If you are like me and were not blessed with high quality sperm, just know that there are options out there.
So, having poor sperm quality is not the end of the world. It took me time to realize this but I did finally come around after some stress and depression from my semen analysis results. Take what I’ve learned through our infertility experience and don’t let this eat at you. If you find out that you have poor sperm morphology, move on to the next step of the fertility process which is researching IVF clinics and various fertility treatments.