- Current: Treatment
For male infertility problem, when the male partner has sperms but do not come out in an ejacuate then procurring these sperms by small surgical procedure called as TESA/PESA is very much possible.
One of two things can be responsible for the absence of sperms in the ejaculate:
1. The testicles do not produce enough sperm to be be found in the ejaculate.
2. Sperms are unable to reach the seminal fluid because of congenital absence of the tube that carries sperm from the testes to the seminal fluid. Sperm may be obtained from the epididymis or the testis directly, in cases such as those mentioned previously. The acquired sperm may then be used in an IVF cycle employing ICSI, if the sperms are suitable.Surgical sperm recovery is performed under local or general anesthesia.
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- Ovulation Induction Treatment
- IUI (Intrauterine Insemination) – Artificial Insemination
- IVF & ICSI Process
- Blastocyst / Embryo Transfer
- Previous IVF Failure
- Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS)
- Egg Banking & Freezing
- Treatment of Recurrent Pregnancy Loss or Recurrent Miscarriages
- Cancer and Fertility Preservation