Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection Guide

ICSI is a technique which involves injecting of a single sperm into matured egg during the process of In Vitro Fertilization, to enhance the stage of fertilization. If the fertilization is enhanced the further process will be done. ICSI is performed to overcome the problem of male infertility. The rate of success in this technique is high.

According to research, 50% of IVF treatments include the process of ISCI. As this technique provides a high rate of success, it is the most suggested technique by doctors. So if you or your loved one is planning to go for this process then you must click here for more information on the ICSI process.

Reasons to perform ICSI

This technique is used for the treatment of male infertility which results in no or little ejaculation of sperm into the semen. This technique is performed when male suffers from the following infertility problems:

• Oligospermia
• Teratozoospermia
• Asthenozoospermia

Process and cost of ICSI

The process of ICSI involves a sperm sample to overcome the problem of infertility. So sperm is collected through various processes, and then sperm is injected into the cytoplasm of the egg with a delicate needle. A delicate needle is used so that the egg is not damaged while the process of ICSI.

After injecting the sperm following checks are performed day to day to check normal fertilization, if the case is same then the fertilized egg is transferred to women’s fallopian tube. The cost of such treatment costs from $1000 up to $1500, which is way cheaper than the IVF treatment.

Writen by James Peters