And I don't mean the part how they inject a single sperm into the egg, I mean the procedure.
It's been recently found out that DH has high sperm DNA fragmentation, and we have been told by the clinic that his sperm sample on egg collection day will determine if we do ICSI or not.
My problem with that is that for the past almost 3 years we have been told he has excellent sperm, up until this recent test. They also said that they would do another DNA fragmentation test on the sample provided to see if the advice given has helped. My question now is that how will they know to do ICSI if his sperm looks good, but hasn't been tested for fragmentation yet? The last test took almost 2 weeks for results!
I don't even know if that makes any sense! I have the case of too many questions going through my mind that I am starting to jumble everything!
If you understood any of that, advice would be appreciated lol