Once cancer has been overcome and seeing that the quality of the semen is low, would a conventional IVF be recommended or would it go directly to ICSI?

Once cured of cancer, the male can be fertile. In the event that this is not the case, you could resort to using sperm that you froze before your treatment. In these cases, since it is very valuable semen because it is scarce (only one or two frozen samples), ICSI is used directly, since a single sperm can achieve gestation. Thus, in case of wanting more children, there would still be a frozen sample.

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