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Infertility isn't too uncommon and happens to be a major cause of distress among couples. It can occur due to several physiological factors, in addition to poor lifestyle habits, and more, and can have severe emotional implications. Aside from causing emotional stress, it also impacts relationships-especially your and your partner's. While it's okay to be a little disheartened, you must know that there are several treatments out there that help you become parents even when all traditional methods seem to fail.
Infertility can occur in both men and women, and when it comes to dealing with male infertility, ICSI fertility treatment method makes for the most widely recommended treatment option. ICSI or Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is a male infertility treatment, which is known for reaping better results than most other treatments. Why, you ask? Read on to know how ICSI works, who needs it, and more.
What is ICSI and How Is It Performed?
ICSI or Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection is a specialized form of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) which is used to cure male infertility. This is a laboratory procedure in which doctors use drugs to stimulate a woman's ovaries to produce mature eggs. As soon as the eggs are ready, they are extracted and are stored or immediately used. On the other hand, the embryologists collect sperms from the man using specialized equipment. They then choose the best sperm and inject it into the cytoplasm of the woman's eggs. The fertilized eggs are then kept in an incubator to allow fertilization.
Why Does One Need ICSI?
If you have tried your luck at conceiving naturally, but if nothing seems to work, then you should visit an infertility hospital in Hyderabad and consult a doctor at BirthRight Fertility by Rainbow. He/she would probably recommend you to opt for the ICSI fertility treatment method, as it is considered to be one of the best fertility treatments, especially for male infertility. The doctor will usually recommend this method in the following case:
1.You have a low sperm count.
2.You have poor sperm motility
3.Your sperms have poor morphology or an abnormal shape.
4.Your sperm is unable to penetrate into the egg.
5.You've had an unsuccessful IVF procedure in the past
What is the success rate of ICSI? ICSI fertility treatment method is known to work spectacularly well in cases of male infertility. The success rate of ICSI is quite high in comparison to other methods which is precisely why most doctors will recommend you to go for it. The chances of fertilization are high, even in patients who have sperm with low quality, and mobility. It also works incredibly well in cases of azoospermia, a condition where there's no sperm present in the ejaculate. However, several factors, including the age of the female, and the health of the sperm can determine the success rate of the procedure.
To know more about the treatment, you can book an appointment with the Fertility expert at BirthRight Fertility by Rainbow.
MD, DNB, MRCOG (UK)
Rainbow Children's Hospital, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad