• Fri 6th Dec 2019 - 7:54pm

    Magna RX degrades faster or worse than the rest of the sperm counts--and the number we use is somewhere around 25-30%--if it's that high, that means that those sperm, even if they get in and penetrate the egg, their DNA just turns to mush. It falls apart and is not able to do what it needs to do to line up with the chromosome complement in the egg, so a DFI can be important in couples that have unexplained infertility.

     It can also be important in couples where the wife has Magna RX+ suffered from early terminations or miscarriages. So if a couple has had 2 or 3 miscarriages that have also been unexplained, then we tend to look at the DFI because there may be a male factor involved.


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