Intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is a technique that involves a single sperm injection into an egg directly to fertilize it. Later, this fertilized egg is inserted into female uterus. The ICSI technique is much similar to IVF. The only difference is that ICSI technique directly injected particular sperm sample into an egg cell whereas IVF is performed into a petri-dish.
ICSI is one of the most successful types of infertility treatment. Micromanipulation technique is used in ICSI process that uses a particular microscope and small surgical tools to pick up and handle sperm and directly injected into an egg cell.
The process generally contains five main steps
- Obtaining a sperm sample
- Obtaining eggs from the ovaries
- Inject the sperm into an egg by using a tiny needle
- Analyse development and growth of the fertilized egg
- Later, implant one normal growth embryo into uterus to further development
Fertilization rates for ICSI are quite well. Most of the IVF programs show 70-85% positive results when injected using ICSI technique. The ICSI technique uses relatively young and fertile eggs that are good in quality and quantity than IVF. The process needs high embryo transfer skills of the embryologist to provide excellent results.
ICSI fertilization and pregnancy success rates depend on
- The quality of eggs
- The quality and viability of the embryos
- Fertilization is possible even having a low sperm count
- Helps in severe infertility problems
- Help to conceive even having blocked tubes
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