Roles of cytoplasmic transfer & testicular mapping infertility treatment

Roles of cytoplasmic transfer & testicular mapping infertility treatment

We all have heard of the common assisted reproductive technologies like IVF. But we have not heard of any term like cytoplasmic transfer or microscopic testicular mapping for azoospermia. These are the new techniques that have been introduced in the fertility field. According to the fertility experts of the test tube centre in Punjab, “People think that there is only one fertility procedure which is IVF and there is no other procedure like that.” But Sofat infertility and woman acre centre which is the best IVF centre in Punjab has made sure that all the assisted reproductive technologies are available in their clinic.

So let’ begin to explore the new techniques:

Cytoplasmic Transfer

We are well acquainted with the donation of the eggs and the sperms for the conception. But we did not know about the donation of the cytoplasm to date.

  • To whom it benefits?

The cytoplasmic transfer is taken into account in the case of the following patients:

  • Older couples ( whose eggs do not have the required characteristics)

  • Younger couples (with the cause of unexplained infertility)

  • Couples who have suffered from several failures in the implantation

  • Patients bothered with mitochondrial disorders

  • Whose cytoplasm is considered ideal?

This technique usually incorporates the use of the cytoplasm of the following types of donors:

  • Donors who are less than 25 years of age

  • Donors who are having the fertile eggs

  • What does the donation of the cytoplasm facilitate?

The donation of the cytoplasm facilities the egg with fertile cytoplasm. The fertile cytoplasm possesses all those characteristics which are needed by the eggs to become healthy embryos.

  • At which stage does the cytoplasm be injected into the egg?

When the eggs are being fused with the sperms, then along with the injection of the sperms, the cytoplasm is also injected. Mitochondria is necessary for the successful conception and that is possessed by the cytoplasm.

  • What is the role of cytoplasmic analysis?

The cytoplasmic analysis is done to ensure whether the chromosomes of the donor’s eggs are not accidentally transported to the recipient’s egg.

  • Which stages have the embryo undergo after fertilization?

The embryo has to undergo the following stages:

  • Fertilization checking

  • Embryo Cleavage

  • Blastulation

Which new technologies have been introduced to treat infertility among males?

Several sperm disorders cause a hindrance in conception. Azoospermia is one of those conditions. This condition signifies that not even a single sperm is being produced during ejaculation. And that can be treated through:

Testicular mapping

  • What is the testicular mapping technique?

Until the testicular mapping technique came to its origin, people were relying on the single site biopsy technique which is not efficient.

But with the advent of testicular mapping biopsy can be done taking multiple sites into account.

  • What is the benefit of using testicular mapping?

The biggest advantage of this technique is the minimal trauma to the testes.

Smaller incisions

Bottom Line

With the introduction of cytoplasmic transfer and testicular mapping, fertility experts are now able to give written guarantees to help couples with a 100% success rate of conception.

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