What is ICSI?
ICSI is known as Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection which is designed to treat fertility issues in men. In addition, this is the assisted reproductive method which is specially designed for males with low sperm count, has infectious diseases, and vasectomy. In this treatment, your surgeon injects a single sperm cell directly to the women’s egg for conception.
ICSI and IVF
As we above mentioned that ICSI treatment is designed for male factor infertility. In which your surgeon only collects the healthy sperm cells so that female partner cannot face any type of problem in pregnancy. This is the totally safe and secure treatment for male infertility but it charges a little bit more than other treatments. ICSI treatment cost is near about Rs.1,50,000 in India.
Whereas, IVF treatment is known as In-vitro fertilization. And this is the treatment which specially designed for both genders. In addition, this IVF treatment includes 4 steps of procedure such as Ovulation or stimulation of ovaries, egg retrieval, fertilization, and embryo implantation. In order to get the best quality IVF treatment, you must visit our IVF centre in Punjab because we are well-known for quality treatment.
ICSI and male factor infertility
Yes, there is a great link in ICSI and male factor infertility because this treatment is useful for those males who are suffering from low sperm count, poor sperm motility, and some other infertility problems on men.
Success rates of ICSI
The success rate of ICSI treatment is little less as compared to IVF treatment. If you are taking this treatment along with in-vitro fertilization then, you may get successful results in first cycles. But people who have low sperm count need 2 or more cycles for better results. Moreover, the success of every infertility treatment depends on many factors such as your age, health condition, and egg quality in women. So, you should clear all your doubts prior to the procedure so that you can take the treatment in a calm health condition.
Risks and complications related to ICSI treatment
There is actually no such risk or side effect of this treatment but you may experience birth defects. This is not common in every person because your surgeon only chooses the healthy sperm cells so that you cannot face any type of complication in your pregnancy. Some people claim that they hear that this treatment has some type of abnormalities but this only myth. Moreover, people who conceive with normal or naturally they are at greater risk of birth defects as compared to ICSI.
If you are still in doubt then you must visit us once because we are here to clear your all the doubts.