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Home Insemination: Why Does Cryos Recommend Two MOT10 Sperm Straws?

By Cryos | 17SEP2018
home insemination MOT levels recommendation explained

The amount of donor sperm you purchase for home insemination is one of the most important factors when it comes to being successful in getting pregnant.

 

Read below to understand why we recommend two MOT10 (or higher) straws of ICI-ready (unwashed) or IUI-ready (washed) sperm for home insemination.

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Graph - Sperm Motility vs Likelihood of Getting Pregnant

Source(s): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_insemination | https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Success_rates_by_amount_of_sperm.svg | Success rates for Intrauterine insemination as a function of amount of sperm used.References: Average of data from: Nuojua-Huttunen S, Tomas C, Bloigu R, Tuomivaara L, Martikainen H (March 1999). "Intrauterine insemination treatment in subfertility: an analysis of factors affecting outcome". Hum. Reprod. 14 (3): 698–703. PMID 10221698., assuming an average insemination volume of 1ml ("Insemination volumes ranged from 0.5 to 2 ml") | Kang BM, Wu TC (July 1996). "Effect of age on intrauterine insemination with frozen donor sperm". Obstet Gynecol 88 (1): 93–8. DOI:10.1016/0029-7844(96)00074-9.PMID 8684770. | Pasqualotto EB, Daitch JA, Hendin BN, et al (October 1999). "Relationship of total motile sperm count and percentage motile sperm to successful pregnancy rates following intrauterine insemination". J. Assist. Reprod. Genet. 16 (9): 476–82. PMID 10530401.

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