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how much sperm is needed for ivf?
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how much sperm is needed for ivf?

how much sperm is needed for ivf? - Motility of sperm refers to its ability to swim in a forward direction. Normal sperm motility plays a crucial role in men's reproductive health since the sperm have to be able to reach the egg in the uterus in order to fertilise it. If a sperm is unable to move properly, then getting pregnant and conceiving naturally can become an issue.

by September 10, 2022December 8, 2022
What is oligospermia (low sperm count)?
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What is oligospermia (low sperm count)?

Oligospermia is a term that means you have a low sperm count. One medical definition is that you have fewer than 15 million sperm in 1 milliliter of semen. A typical sperm count is more than 15 million sperm per 1 milliliter of semen.
Besides being known as low sperm count, oligospermia is also called oligozoospermia. A severely low sperm count (fewer than 5 million sperm in 1 milliliter of semen) is also known as severe oligospermia.

by August 4, 2022August 18, 2022
Best Way To Get Naturally Pregnant   2022
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Best Way To Get Naturally Pregnant 2022

The process of getting pregnant maybe like a rollercoaster ride. You’re pumped up to start the journey. But if the pregnancy test is negative every time, it may cause sadness and frustration. And this problem is highly prevalent.

by April 3, 2017December 5, 2022
How to Choose a best Fertility Clinic
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How to Choose a best Fertility Clinic

There are lots of reasons why a fertility clinic might be a good choice. Let's say you're having trouble getting pregnant, and so far your gynecologist has given you advice and ran some basic tests. They may have run a blood test for hormones or asked you to record your basal body temperature for a couple of months. They have probably also performed an ultrasound and an hysterosalpingogram (HSG) or sonohysterograph

by April 3, 2017December 5, 2022
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