The procedure helps to treat sperm-related problems. ICSI assisted IVF increases the fertilization phase in IVF. During ICSI procedure, a sperm is injected into a mature egg and after the egg is fertilized, it is placed in the woman’s uterus. The procedure is performed on an outpatient basis, so the patient is discharged on the same day.
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IVF plus ICSI is an effective treatment for male infertility. ICSI or intracytoplasmic sperm injection is a treatment used for injecting a sperm into a matured egg. This leads to fertilization in most of the cases where the cultured embryo is placed in the woman’s uterus.
ICSI offers an effective method of helping a woman conceive. Severe cases of male infertility are best treated with ICSI procedure. The success rate of ICSI fertilization is about 70-85%. Studies show that the success rate of IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) with ICSI is comparatively higher than IVF treatment without ICSI.
It should be noted that ICSI with IVF procedure success rate depends upon several factors- the analysis of individual cases, the expertise with which the procedure is performed, the ICSI technique used, the egg quality, and the embryo transfer process followed by the physician.
Advanced micromanipulation equipment and tools are used along with inverted microscopes to pick a healthy individual sperm with the help of an ICSI needle. Once, the sperm is taken in the needle, it is carefully injected through the outer shell of the egg into the cytoplasm (inner part).
The medical conditions and reasons for ICSI treatment are:
IVF and ICSI is performed successfully through insemination and embryo transfer procedure.
The recovery of IVF and ICSI is short that takes a couple of hours to the maximum. However, there are certain restrictions to be followed since the woman may feel certain degree of pain and cramping in the abdomen after the embryo is placed in her womb. During nine months of pregnancy, the woman may, however, suffer bouts of depressions that can be controlled with medicines or consultation with your doctor and your partner.