Wondering if anyone knows much about this. All but one of our 6 embryos we have had have been very poor quality (stopped at day 3!) and we have one good one in the freezer.
We just received our report from our clinic from this last round and I was really surprised that hubbys sperm morphology was only 4% - that seems to be at the very bottom of normal and borderline needing ICSI. We have never been told we need this. Count and motility are fine.
Of course I’ve googled and it says sperm with poor morphology can still fertilise an egg and if a sperm with poor morphology fertilises an egg, it can lead to poor embryo quality and development.
Our embryos that have been poor have had severe fragmentation at day 3 and the one good one is great with none.
Wondering if this might be another layer to our issues?
Anyone worked on improving morphology?