IntraCytoplasmic Sperm Injection is also a technique which is used as a fragment of IVF treatment. According to a gynaecologist in Ludhiana, there are many fertility cases in which either the males are suffering from low sperm count or the females are suffering from the problem of not being able to make so many good quality eggs. As a solution to this, an IVF Centre in Punjab is making use of the technique which is known by the name of the Intrauterine sperm injection.
- For whom this procedure is advantageous?
The male’s participants who are experiencing the following problem will be benefited from this procedure:
- Those who have a low sperm count.
- The males whose sperms are not of good quality. They could produce only a few sperms which are of good quality.
- Once in a while, a case comes to existence in which the males are suffering from an irreversible vasectomy.
- There are customarily cases in which the males are experiencing no sperm count at all.
- If the males are distressed with blockage and obstruction in any of the tubes of the reproductive organs.
- What is the mechanism of the ICSI?
- Development of mature eggs
The mature eggs are extracted from the females’ reproductive system. For this, the female partner is provided with some of the fertility drugs.
- Sperm collection
The male partner is asked to ejaculate in the specialised bottle. The semen is examined and the sperms are taken out from the semen. If owing to any cause, the doctor would not find any of the sperm, then the surgeon aims at retrieval of sperms is done with the help of the surgical procedure.
- Extraction of sperms
In some situations, the surgeon may aim at extracting the sperms from either the epididymis or testicles. While the procedure is carried out, the patient is made to lose his senses under the sedation of anaesthesia.
Once in a while and particularly in the exceptional case, it is observed that the above-mentioned measures are not helping with the extraction of the psalms. In those exceptional cases, the surgeon aims at extricating a biopsy of testicular tissue. This biopsy customarily has the sperm inside it.
- Mixing of sperms with eggs
At this stage of time, the female is put under the sedation of anaesthesia and with the help of a needle-like instrument and ultrasound, the eggs are located and extracted. This is the crucial stage of the procedure because here the embryologist is supposed to be mixing the single chosen sperm with individual eggs. The following day, there will be the availability of a large number of fertilised eggs.
- Supervision of embryos
The embryos are supervised by an embryologist to detect whether these would be able to survive in the uterus. Once the finest embryo has come to existence, the doctor performs the ensuing step.
Implantation of the embryo is supposed to be taken up after the embryos are wholly supervised. The female is asked to check with the help of the pregnancy kit whether she has conceived or not. This facet is customarily carried out twice.