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A Highly Acclaimed Surgery For The Male Partner Bringing Life And Hope
ICSI is an enhanced fertilization procedure through In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) to treat sperm-related infertility problems by injecting a single sperm into a mature egg. The fertilized egg is then transferred into a woman’s uterus or fallopian tube.
Fertilisation, at times, could not be assisted by traditional IVF procedures or due to low sperm motility or morphological sperms, an IVF treatment could not accept the sperms. The couples go through to take that chance of conceiving is painful and stressful.
The best solution to eliminate male infertility is ICSI which overcomes barriers to pregnancy with the best-personalized treatment for you and your partner.
In fact, ICSI has been increasingly applied to treat severe male infertility problems around the world.
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Diagnosis for ICSI
ICSI treatment is followed when there is a severe male infertility problem. This problem may arise due to the following:
Treatment is also done when repeated IVF has not been successful. Also, if the male partner has had a reverse vasectomy, ICSI is also recommended.
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You and your partner will be asked to go through several screening tests like blood tests, ultrasound scan and IVF. The male partner is required to go through a semen analysis.
Men who have little or no sperm count should take a genetic test as some inheritable condition may be passed on. To be aware of the possible chance of having a child with birth defects, couples having chromosomal problems are advised to go through counselling before treatment. Screening for cystic fibrosis is performed as well.
Helpful: How is ICSI performed?
Local anaesthesia will be performed, and the patient will feel no pain. If these procedures do not remove enough sperm, then a testicular biopsy may be taken as sperms and are attached to the tissue. This is called Testicular Sperm Extraction (TESE) and if the surgery is performed with a microscope, it is called micro-TESE. General anaesthesia is administered during this procedure. Any pain experienced during this could be treated with pain killers. The sperms retrieved from this are then frozen or used on the same day.
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