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    Thanks ladies, we are very blessed and feel extremely lucky.

    It's been over 7 years since I've focused on the definitions but sounds like we fell into the oligospermia case. We are definitely very lucky getting that one sperm in the first SA - The scientist at the time explained how dire the situation might be if we didn't find any.

    Hopefully my story can give others hope, who fall into the same category. It's unfortunate many FS's will say point blank there is nothing that can be done, when surprisingly, for us and others under Warren DeAmbrosis, we could do something to help the situation.

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    Hi everyone.
    I haven't been on here for a while but thought I would give an update on mine and my wife's progress.
    After discovering I have azoospermia due to receiving chemotherapy for cancer treatment as a child, we have decide to go down the donor sperm route.
    However, my wife has also been having some fertility issues, just to kick us while we're down.

    We are receiving treatment through Fertility North here in Perth.

    We did one ICSI cycle before being advised to switch to Mona.
    We have now done 3 Mona cycles. All have been unsuccessful for different reasons.
    The first attempt, they retrieved an egg, fertilised it then unfortunately my wife had a chemical pregnancy. The second attempt, they retrieved two eggs but they were of poor quality and the third attempt, which was today, they found an egg but it was basically just the shell with nothing inside.
    So 3 different problems from 3 attempts. Very frustrating/ disheartening.
    We have two more straws of donor sperm so we are waiting to see whether we should continue with Mona or move to IVF.
    Does anyone have experience with Mona?
    Good luck on your journeys

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    Why did they ask you to switch to MoNa? I would personally do ICSI. If you’re going through a cycle you might as well go all in. I have no experience with MoNa so I can’t comment on that, nor do I know the reason they asked you to change.

    I’m sorry it isn’t going well for you both x x


 

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