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      Obstetrician, IVF Specialist, Infertility Specialist

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      22 years of Experience

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      Orchard Road, Singapore

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    Q. How much sperm count is needed and recommended for IVF treatment?
    • The sperm count required for IVF treatment is 15 million sperm present in per ml. Out of the present sperms, 30% of the sperms need to be motile and 15% of the sperms need to have progressive motility for the sperms to be utilized in the IVF procedure. The importance of sperm count is equivalent as the sperm quality for ensuring successful fertilization and formation of embryo.

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      - Isaiarasu Shivaprakash,   Posted on: Dec. 21, 2018, 9:37 p.m.