In vitro, fertilization is well-known infertility treatment. For couples who struggle to have kids and for some reasons cannot, IVF treatment offers a unique possibility – conception outside of the human body.
While this approach of IVF is widely known, there is also a newer, more effective technique – IVF with ICSI. ICSI in the name of this procedure stands for intracytoplasmic sperm injection, and it means that sperm cell is injected into the egg through artificial insemination. Therefore, this technique provides a higher possibility of success in fertilization and birth. Male factor infertility or poor-quality sperm production is responsible for approximately 40–50% of fertility problems worldwide. In vitro fertilization with ICSI is performed with ejaculated sperm selected for the presence of small cytoplasmic droplets when the male partner was diagnosed with severe male factor infertility.
Candidates for IVF with ICSI are all couples who struggle to have their own baby. However, there are also some instances when ICSI is especially recommended. These are:
• Low-quality sperm
• Low amount of sperm
• Problem with vitality or morphology of sperm
• Repeated failed fertilization attempts with conventional IVF
• Poor sperm movement
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