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ICSI is Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection, which is a special form of In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF). This procedure is mainly used for the treatment of severe cases like male-factor infertility. This treatment for childless couple benefits men suffering from infertility. The process of ICSI  deals with the injection of a single sperm in a mature egg that would help in conceiving. At Matrika Medicare facility, the embryologist uses medical technologies to select the good quality sperm.

The process has a medium and that contains hyaluronan (HA) that binds sperm and are more likely to have normal DNA. Selection of these bound sperm for injection is also possible. By selecting the sperm, that is bound to HA  can be used for ICSI. The doctor or the embryologist would invariably use the better quality sperm that would count advantages of getting pregnant. This technique that is used is known as PICSI and this is the standard practice that is followed by the medical experts.

Anyone can be affected by infertility and it can always be a challenging experience for them if they are unable to find the appropriate expert for guidance and treatment. But, the good news is, at Matrika Medicare the team of doctors are specialized and they can easily help you explore various options of having your own child.

The process of ICSI is mentioned below

The first is the ovarian stimulation, where the ovaries are stimulated with medicine and then these are monitored stringently with ultrasound. The patient is then triggered with hCG. The next stage is egg retrieval, which is conducted after 35 hours of triggering of hCG. The next is the fertilization where at first healthy sperm is selected and then eggs are removed by a gentle enzyme. Here only matured eggs are used in ICSI treatment.

Then the process of ICSI is used, where a single sperm is directly injected into the matured egg which is then kept together in a petri dish. Further, the dish is placed in an incubator and are kept for fertilization for 16 to 18 hours and that is how ICSI happens. The next step is when the embryo gets matured and is ready for transfer. The same gets loaded into catheter which is passed through the cervix into the uterus. These are the steps of ICSI that can let one overcome the infertility issue faced by them.

We, at Matrika Medicare will help you avail the best ICSI treatment in India.

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