frozen sperm - adverse to fetus ?
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Rita-B - October 16

I am considering IVF. I'm 39 my husband is 40. I got pregnant naturally in June but miscarried after 6 weeks, in late July. My husband is over seas so in July I returned to the US with his frozen sperm and the frozen sperm is at the Andrology lab at a Fertility Clinic. I had no idea I was pregnant at the time. My question is: Does frozen sperm tend to pose a higher risk to the fetus health than fresh sperm? Is there a higher chance of birth defects from frozen sperm than fresh sperm?
I would greatly appreciate your thoughts.

 

Dr Smith - October 20

The use of frozen-thawed sperm does not increase the chance of birth defects and poses no increased risk to fetal health. No worries.

 

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