My husband and I were ttc for nearly a year when his SA came back with 0% morphology, 98% severely amorphous and 2% immature. Everything else was on the low end of normal range. We were told we would need IVF w/ICSI but the very next month we were pregnant on our own. That was the first positive pregnancy test I ever had in my life and was scared to death. I read so many things about morphology and wondered if I would miscarry or have a child with medical issues. I can report that she is now a year old and she is healthy, beautiful and very smart. We are now wondering if we will conceive again naturally on our own but I will say that it is possible to give birth to a healthy child with 0% morphology.View Thread
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