What is ICSI?
ICSI is a procedure in which a selected sperm is inserted into the oocyte so as to overcome the limitations that conventional IVF faces with poor semen samples and deficiencies in the interaction between the gametes. Due to this advantage, ICSI has become the most commonly used IVF technique as the sperm can be individually selected and micro injected inside the inner part of the oocyte with the help of advanced micro manipulation stations at the Prime centre.
Who are Treated with this Method?
The indications of conventional ICSI are same as for the IVF but is especially recommended in cases of low semen concentration or motility, situations where there are a limited number of oocytes available or in cases of previous fertilization failures with conventional IVF.