ICSI: Intracytoplasmic sperm injection

What is the ICSI method?
The ICSI method is the most commonly used micromanipulation technique, in which one sperm is actively injected into each egg.

When is ICSI used?
It is applicable and also recommended for all in vitro fertilization cycles, as it significantly increases the success rate. It’s expressly essential in cases of reduced sperm count or insufficient sperm motility, as well as in situations of an immunological infertility factor, poor egg quality, and low number of retrieved oocytes. It’s always chosen when planning for preimplantation genetic diagnosis or preimplantation genetic screening and in other special circumstances.

Are there any risks associated with the method?
This method is considered safe in terms of embryo development and does not influence the occurrence of developmental abnormalities in the fetus.

Other methods for selecting suitable sperm for fertilization

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