ICSI

What is ICSI?

ICSI – Intracytoplasmic Sperm into Egg Injection – is a method that allows to achieve egg fertilization and pregnancy even in the most severe forms of male infertility.

The ICSI method has allowed many women to experience the joy of motherhood.

Indications

Low fertilizing ability of sperm (significant decrease in the number of spermatozoa or their motility in seminal fluid; high quantity of pathological spermatozoa; presence of antisperm antibodies in semen, etc.);

Complete or almost complete absence of mobile and morphologically healthy spermatozoa in the ejaculate. Such conditions were relatively recently considered an absolute indication for IVF with donor sperm;

Age-related changes in the eggs that sometimes occur in women after forty years. As a result of these changes, the egg cell membrane becomes denser and fertilization, even with very good sperm parameters, becomes impossible - the spermatozoon cannot penetrate under the dense membrane;

Severe somatic diseases in which carrying a pregnancy is fraught with the further health or life of the recipient, but not affecting the health of the future child;

Several unsuccessful attempts at classical IVF.

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Fertility specialist

Kateryna Babenko

Why you should entrust your dream of having a baby to ISIDA clinic?

Experience

We have been helping families to have children whose birth would be impossible without the help of doctors since 1994.

Diagnostic base

We have our own molecular cytogenetic laboratory, which specializes in reproductive disorders and genetic diagnostics.

Complex approach

We carry out a thorough diagnosis and, if necessary, endoscopic preparation before the use of assisted reproductive technologies.

Efficiency

The success of treatment in our clinic is at the level up to 81,6%, which is confirmed by the annual international professional expertise.

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