Our expert says:
Donor sperms are generally assessed for good count, quality and motility. However it is possible those certain stages of collection may be detrimental to the sperm and that in this particular case it was unable to fertilize the eggs. However it was a good test to find out if there was a problem with your husband’s sperm or not and from what has transpired it appears that there is no problems with your husband’s sperm as it fertilized all the eggs quite well. It may well be that you could go to the sperm bank and ask them to reassess the quality of the sperm that was donated to you and ascertain its qualities.
Answered by: Dr. Y.M. Dasoo
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