Mar 14, 2013 · Sperm Count Needed for IUI Success. Because IUI relies on the sperm's ability to swim and locate the egg, high sperm count and motility are vital for a successful IUI procedure. In general, the number of motile sperm after processing the sperm sample should be approximately 5 million or more for the IUI to be successful.Location: 6699 Alvarado Rd, San Diego, 92120, CA. A good general rule is that you'll lose 50% of your pre-wash motile sperm in the washing process. Also, I did extensive research on the impact of sperm count on IUI success rates. In general, you only need about 10-12 million post-wash motile sperm to get the maximum chance of success with an IUI. I just had my first IUI in Sept 15th with a post washed donor sperm count of 9 mil. That number really worried me after I read some of the much higher counts in some of the other fertility threads. My tww is over today and I got an HCG of 145 today so yep I'm pregnant and living proof that 1. You can get pregnant on your first IUI and 2. You can get pregnant with a lower sperm count.
Sperm Count Predicts IUI Pregnancy Rates. For the average couple in this study who underwent IUI with a post-wash total motile sperm count of at least 9 million, the chances of a clinical pregnancy with one IUI cycle using “washed sperm” was 16.9 percent. If the count was above 9 million the same chances of success were observed. In other words. Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a popular first line fertility treatment option for couples who struggle to conceive on their own. It is particularly effective for couples who have difficulty with ovulation, cervical issues, low sperm count, sexual dysfunction, unexplained infertility or mild endometriosis. Hi, good luck on the next try! I also tried the first round of iui last month with one follicles with 6 million count of sperm, but nothing. Found that frustrated that not one found the egg.
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13 Replies. Anything over 1 million washed sperm is acceptable for IUI but the higher the better. Your husband's sperm count is excellent, so count yourself lucky! My old doctor had a patient who got pregnant with 0.5 million and IUI (a story that he repeated multiple times). Intrauterine insemination is effective for some cases with sperm quality problems. However, if the total motile count at the time of insemination (after processing) is less than 5 million, chances for pregnancy with IUI are much lower. If the total motile sperm count is below 1 to 5 million, success is unlikely. Washed Sperm Count Needed for IUI. For IUI to succeed, it is estimated that a count of over one million washed sperm is necessary. When the sperm count is less than 5-10 million, resulting pregnancy rates are significantly lower.
Dec 27, 2011 · IUI and Sperm count. mvalz1214. My RE says anything over 10mil is good for an IUI. It just takes 1 is my thought! Best of luck to you! Report 0 Reply. abvernon. June 2011. Interesting how the numbers vary per RE. For this last IUI, the RE likes to see a minimum of 1 mil POST wash.