Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

ICSI is a procedure in which a sperm is directly injected into an egg under the microscope. It is used for males with low sperm count/motility/ morphology.

ICSI enables fertilization for following causes of infertility:

  • ✔   Males with very low or zero sperm count or production.
  • ✔   Sperm problems like poor morphology (abnormal shape) or poor motility (not moving normally).
  • ✔   Failure of fertilization or an unexpectedly low fertilization rate in previous IVF.
  • ✔   Males with vasectomy.
  • ✔   Erection or ejaculation problems due to spinal cord injuries or diabetes etc.
  • ✔   Sperm unable to penetrate through the outer layer of egg or production of antisperm antibodies.
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