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I achieved 18 blastocysts from 3 cycles of my own eggs. Only one was euploid, a perfect grade A and failed to implant when transferred. Both my husband and I are 41 years old. My husband has sperm fragmentation of 15; 9% high fragmentation. Our IVF clinic believes that it is because the age of my eggs that we had 17 aneuploid blastocysts. Yet they say it is unusual that we achieved so many healthy blastocysts. Could my husband’s sperm also be a reason for the aneuploid blastocysts?

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I have a fibroid but I was told by several doctors that fibroid was not causing a problem. However, I had 2 failed IVFs with donor eggs at day 5 blastocyst perfect grade. One in the UK, one in Cyprus. Now we have decided to have donor egg and sperm. Could you advise us if that is OK? I’m on folic acid, aspirin 75mg and cyclo-progynova (to regulate cycle). Intralipid 20% on transfer day. There are also other medications involved in the treatment. How many embryos should we transfer?

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