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Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection-ICSI

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection-ICSI

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is a technique used in assisted reproductive technology to treat male infertility. It is similar to in-vitro fertilization (IVF), but with an additional step. In ICSI, a single sperm is directly injected into an egg to fertilize it, while in IVF, the sperm and eggs are mixed together in a dish and allowed to fertilize on their own.

ICSI is typically used when there are issues with the quality or quantity of sperm. It can also be used when previous attempts at IVF have failed, or when there are issues with sperm motility or morphology. The procedure is done in a lab, and involves the use of a specialized microscope and micro tools.

The ICSI procedure begins with ovarian stimulation and egg retrieval, which is similar to IVF. Once the eggs have been retrieved, they are placed in a culture dish and prepared for injection. A single sperm is selected and immobilized, and then inserted into the egg using a microscopic needle. The needle is carefully inserted through the outer shell of the egg and into the cytoplasm, where the sperm is released.

After the sperm is injected, the egg is monitored to see if fertilization occurs. If successful, the fertilized egg will continue to develop in the lab for several days, until it reaches the stage where it can be transferred to the uterus. The success rates of ICSI vary depending on factors such as age, the reason for infertility, and the quality of the sperm and eggs.

At Aashakiran IVF, we offer ICSI as part of our comprehensive fertility treatment options. Our experienced team of fertility specialists use the latest technology and techniques to provide personalized care to each patient. We work closely with each patient to determine the best course of treatment for their unique situation, and provide support throughout the entire process.