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ICSI Treatment

What Is ICSI Treatment

The full form of ICSI is Intracytoplasmic sperm injection. This is a technique of assisted reproduction where single sperm is selected and inserted into the egg of the female with the help of a very sophisticated instrument called a micromanipulator. After the invention of ICSI, the approach to treating male infertility has improved to a greater extent, resulting in excellent Results.

ICSI Treatment

The lengthy and laborious path of finding why you’re not becoming pregnant as well as finally coming to an idea of what the potential problem may be. In the event that your infertility is caused by male factors, and you are planning to have an IVF treatment, receiving an intracytoplasmic sperm injection while you are undergoing the procedure might assist boost the likelihood of achieving a healthy pregnancy. ICSI is the best treatment of choice for harsh male factors such as obstructive azoospermia. ICSI treatment in Dubai seems to be the treatment of choice for extreme male factors such as obstructive azoospermia. It is possible for an azoospermia man to become a parent as long as sperm is extracted from his testicles.

The likelihood of success varies depending on the type of underlying sperm problem being treated. Whenever 17 to 20 hours have passed, the researchers in our laboratory will examine the eggs under a microscope to search for signs of fertilization. Fertilization occurs in approximately eighty percent of oocytes, also known as female “eggs,” in the laboratory; however, this percentage is significantly lower for individuals who have significant infertility problems. Even when the ICSI treatment in Dubai is carried out , there are instances in which fertilization does not take place despite the “normal” appearance of the eggs and sperm. The incapacity of the sperm to overcome the walls that protect the egg or the loss of PN (Pronucleus) to decondense is the primary frequent source of a fertilization attempt that does not succeed. The quality of the egg may also play a role in the outcome during the ICSI treatment at our clinic.

The content of a man’s sperm can change over time for the same man, and the same male can generate an unexpectedly low-quality sample of his sperm at any time.

Cases where ICSI is recommended?

Compromised Sperm count and quality are known as
Oligoteratoasthenozoospermia or OATS, which is a combination of the following:
-Low Sperm count. This is called Oligospermia.
-Poor sperm motility. This is called Asthenozoospermia.
-Abnormally shaped sperms. This is called teratozoospermia.
If there are no sperms in the semen but the hormonal test shows that sperm is present in the testes, then they can be extracted from the testes directly, with the help of a minor procedure called TESA, PESA & micro TESE. With the help of the ICSI technique, they can be introduced into the egg of the wife resulting in fertilization.
ICSI can also be used in cases of retrograde ejaculation. Sperms are Filtered from the urine, and with the help of ICSI, they can be injected into the eggs of the wife.
Previous genetically challenged babies or congenital defects. PGD/ PGS is performed on the embryos to select normal embryos free of disease. ICSI is used while planning PGD AND PGS so that the procedure remains free of extra sperms.
Unexplained infertility.
Repeated IVF failures.
Severe endometriosis.
Infection in the semen.

ICSI Treatment In Brief

In an ICSI treatment process at our clinic, the amount of viable sperm that are available may be so low that they are not submitted to a stringent testing regimen. This is a result of the nature of the procedure. Because of this, there is an increased possibility that an aberrant sperm will be inserted into the ovum. In a typical round of in vitro fertilization (IVF), there is a degree of “survival of the fittest” involved in the process of choosing the sperm that will fertilize the egg. Because of the nature of the ICSI process, the pool of viable sperm that can be used for fertilization is necessarily restricted.

How Does the ICSI treatment in UAE work?

After the eggs have been fertilised and the embryos have separated, the embryos are either instantly transported to the uterus through day 2 or day 5 of the process. Sperm is delivered directly into the cytosol of the egg during the process of ICSI treatment in UAE.

IVF & ICSI

The difference between IVF and ICSI is that in ICSI, single sperm is selected and injected into the egg, while in IVF many sperms are spayed over the eggs. The difference is only the laboratory procedure. The procedure for IVF and ICSI is the same for females.

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