IVF ICSI is in vitro fertilisation, which includes injection of a single spermatozoon into ovum cytoplasm to achieve pregnancy. Spermatozoon for artificial insemination passes microscopic examination in an embryologic laboratory, where an embryologist chooses the most promising spermatozoon for injection. Injection of sperm into an egg (also known as ICSI - intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection) is performed by using an ultra-fine microneedle under a special microscope. The injection is safe for the egg, spermatozoon and future embryo.
IVF ICSI is usually recommended for couples of older reproductive age, for male infertility factor – in cases of critical reduction of the quantity and quality of sperm, for female infertility factor – in cases of reduction of ovarian reserve, and also when obtaining a very few eggs as a result of ovulation stimulation/when performing IVF in a natural cycle, and to improve the effectiveness of IVF cryo programmes. The method of ICSI can also help in all the following cases:
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