IVF WITH DONOR SPERM
Infertility unfortunately affects men and women equally. Azoospermia or absence of sperm in semen is a reality that affects around 10% of men facing infertility. Of many treatment options available for the male partner, IVF with Donor sperm is one of the options.
When is IVF with Donor Sperm recommended?
Following are a few situations where a couple may be advised to undergo IVF with donor sperms:
- Lack of sperm or azoospermia where there are no chances of retrieval of sperm either surgically or after medication. This is also known as definitive azoospermia.
- IVF with TESA where there is failure to retrieve sperm in TESA or Micro TESE sample.
- Known genetic abnormality or chromosomal defect in the Male partner.
- Single Females wishing to have children.
What test’s are done in Advanced Semen Analysis?
Assessment of the following are done in the Semen Sample after it’s liquification:
- Concentration of Sperms
- Motility Assessment
- Vitality Assessment
- Morphology Assessment