ICSI Treatment in Delhi

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection which is commonly known as the ICSI in India helps to fertilize the egg. It is generally used along with the In Vitro Fertilization treatment in order to help you conceive a pregnancy. ICIS is the most successful form of assisted reproductive techniques and it is used to treat male infertility.

In the Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) treatment in India, only one sperm is required and it is injected directly into the egg. Then the fertilized egg is carefully transferred into the uterus.

In ICSI treatment in India, the sperm does not have to travel towards the egg and it does not even need to penetrate the outer layer of the egg. The entire process is carried out in the laboratory with the help of highly advanced equipment. When there is male infertility like immobility of sperm, low sperm count, poor quality of sperm and abnormally sperm, then this method is very useful.

ICSI Treatment Procedure in India

For women

Just like the standard IVF treatment, you will be given fertility drugs to stimulate the ovaries in order to produce matured eggs to initiate the process of fertilization. When the eggs are matured and successfully collected, semen of your spouse will be collected and undergo through a special process of gathering healthy sperms for initiating the ICSI treatment procedure in India.

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For men

The semen sample can be produced naturally or in some cases, surgical procedure is carried out when the male partner is having difficulty in ejaculating. For carrying the testicular sperm aspiration, our doctors will operate the patient under local anesthesia. And with the help of a fine needle, sperms will have aspired from the epididymis or testicles. The collected sperms are then frozen and carefully thawed with the highest possible manner. Any discomfort after the TESA surgery can be easily treated with painkillers.

Fertilization

In ICSI treatment in India, after collecting the gametes, the eggs and the sperms are fertilized in a glass in the laboratory. Then with the help of a microscope and a fine needle, a single high-quality sperm is injected directly into the egg penetrating the outer layer. After two days, the egg is fertilized and it becomes balls of cells which is now called an embryo.

Blastocyst

The ICSI procedure in India does not follow the same steps as of IVF. After observing the embryo until the blastocyst culture, the IVF expert will freeze the embryo and then carefully thawed for initiating the process of embryo transfer. Then the doctor plants the embryo into the uterus, which is carried forward through your cervix with a fine catheter.

Embryo Transfer

The embryo can be transferred two to three days after the process of fertilization with the help of Intracytolplamic sperm injection treatment in India. The blastocyst and the frozen embryo may help you to increase the chances of conception. If all goes well, then your embryo will attach to the walls of the uterus and continue to grow to be your baby. After two weeks, we will call you to take a pregnancy test and to confirm your pregnancy.

Step by Step Guide of ICSI Treatment

ICSI treatment process in India is a modern way of achieving pregnancy for infertile couples. It is extremely suitable for assisted reproductive techniques like IVF. It is generally done in the cases of male infertility. Our guidelines for ICSI include expert micromanipulation apparatus and devices like inverted microscopes which help us to retrieve individual sperm through a specially designed needle. This advanced needle has the capabilities to penetrate the external layer of the eggshell and egg layer. The sperm is then injected into the cytoplasm of the egg layer.

Injecting the sperm directly into the egg is the only difference between the ICSI and the IVF. The chances of getting pregnant often increase by 75% to 80% with the help of ICSI. ICSI is usually done to treat male fertility. But nowadays, it is done in most of the cases. Our view about ICSI treatment in India has been changed with the availability of advanced technology. The ICSI process in India is more followed by our doctors than earlier. And we have learned more ways for ICSI treatment guidance to treat male infertility and to help female to conceive.

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Who might be recommended for ICSI?

ICSI treatment in India is generally used to treat male infertility. But there are few cases where our IVF experts recommend ICSI in India along with IVF treatment.

  • Low or zero sperm count
  • Poor sperm quality
  • Immobility of sperms
  • Abnormal sperms
  • Previous IVF without fertilization
  • For couples have low egg collection
  • Problems getting an erection and ejaculation

Benefits of ICSI

The benefits of intracytoplasmic sperm injection treatment are more when compared to the other conventional methods of assisted reproduction. As the best ICSI center in India, we have the best facilities along with the best ICSI treatment doctor in India. With our modern equipment, we can avail following benefits along with the ICSI treatment.

  • It increases the fertilization rates when compared to the other fertilization methods.
  • It helps you to have a genetic child when other assisted reproductive techniques failed.
  • It also increases the chances of cryopreservation of embryos which will be preserved for years.
  • It helps to conceive for couples with unexplained infertility.

Success Rate of ICSI Treatment in India

The ICSI success rate treatment in India is higher than the other IVF methods. Although the success rate of ICSI depends on your age, your fertility problem, the chances are good if you are younger and healthier. Here are the live births that might be possible with the help of Intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ISCI) treatment.

  • The chances of pregnancy are 35% if you are under 35 years
  • There are 30% chance if you are between 35 years and 40 years
  • You will have just 14% chances if you are above 40 years.
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ICSI Treatment FAQ’s

How much does ICSI treatment cost?
The average cost of IVF treatment is around Rs. 80,000 to 200,000 which can be depending on different factors. But if you are considering ICSI along with the IVF treatment, this will further rise by Rs.100,000. Thus, you can consider Rs. 100,000 to spend more on the ICSI treatment. Furthermore, the more the round of ICSI, the more the cost is.
How much sperm is needed for ICSI?
In ICSI, only a single and healthy sperm is needed for fertilization. The ICSI process is ideal if you have a low collection of eggs, low sperm count and other types of male infertility.
How successful is ICSI?
The ICSI produce in India is far more successful than the other conventional reproductive techniques like IVF. The chances of fertilization will be increased by 75% in most of the IVF carried with the help of ICSI. Higher fertilization rate means more embryos formed during the process and this allows more embryos to be transferred to the uterus and freeze for future as well.
How is ICSI different from IVF?
The only difference between the ICSI and the IVF treatment is the injecting of healthy sperm directly into the eggshell. Right from collecting the healthy eggs to embryo transfer, all the steps of an IVF process is similar to ICSI. But in IVF the gametes are kept aside to be fertilized naturally without any equipment. And in ICSI, a single and healthy sperm is injected directly into the egg which increases the chances of conception.
Which is best IVF or ICSI?
In these two assisted reproductive techniques, the eggs are fertilized in two ways. In IVF, thousands of sperms are added to each egg in the hope that one will fertilize the egg. While in ICSI, only a single and healthy sperm is directly inserted into the egg which initiated the process of fertilization. Although ICSI is not a guarantee that fertilization will be placed, it will increase the chances of fertilization by 75% and thus, it might be the best way to achieve a successful pregnancy.