What is the minimum sperm count for ICSI treatment?
In ICSI treatment, one single sperm cell is injected directly into the egg, thus removing any obstacles for the sperm cell. In theory, the minimum sperm count for ICSI treatment is one sperm cell, but most people realize that they need more than one healthy sperm cell. As a result, the minimum sperm count for ICSI is hard to estimate, as the sperm also relies on various factors like your partner’s age and how long you have been trying to conceive naturally.
If no pregnancy occurs with ICSI treatment, your next option could be fertility treatment with donor sperm. If you have any questions regarding the use of a sperm donor, feel free to contact our Customer Care Team.