Have you tried IVF? Not successful? Come to Neelkanth Hospital, for ICSI treatment in Gurgaon.

ICSI or Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection is a specialized form of IVF that is used when conventional IVF method fails due to severe male infertility. During regular IVF, many sperm are placed together with an egg hoping for one of the sperm to fertilize the egg. However, in case of ICSI, a single sperm is injected directly into the egg and fertilized. We at Neelkanth Hospital, have one of the best IVF specialists in Gurgaon, who can help you conceive. We are equipped to handle such cases and in today’s stressful life, give couples who are unable to conceive naturally, a chance to become parents.

Why ICSI when IVF is available?

ICSI is typically used in cases of severe male infertility, including very low sperm count, abnormally shaped sperm or poor sperm movement. For IVF to be successful one of the main factors is sperm quality and if this is not good, conventional IVF can fail. If a man does not have any sperm in his ejaculate, but he is producing sperm, they may be retrieved through testicular sperm extraction or TESE. Apart from Sperm quality, another reason that ICSI may be used is when IVF did not yield results. In such cases, even if sperm quality and count may be normal, ICSI is still tried as an alternative instead of repeating normal IVF. A lot of clinics prescribe ICSI without even trying out IVF but we do not prescribe to that point of view. We at Neelkanth, feel that you should take that decision based on the factors and cost involved.


Success and Risks Involved with ICSI: The ICSI process helps fertilizes 50 to 80 percent of eggs. Fertilization is not necessarily proof of conception success. Once fertilization happens, the rate of embryo formation is same as normal IVF. ICSI-IVF comes with all the risks of a regular IVF cycle and hence needs to be used only if really necessary.

Our Goal while prescribing ICSI to couples: We at Neelkanth Hospital believe that every couple have the right to become parents, and those who cannot do naturally need help. Our best infertility specialists are always available to help you in case of any assistance needed. We pride ourselves in being the best infertility centre in Gurgaon.

A brief History of ICSI: In the 1990s, simply by accident a team of infertility specialists found out that a skilled embryologist can directly inject sperm into the egg. A scientist attempted to place the sperm very closely to the egg membrane and accidentally punctured the egg. The whole sperm unintentionally ended up within the egg. The very next day, he found out that the egg was fertilized. This was unheard of and previously, nobody thought that a complete sperm could be injected into the egg. This was a major breakthrough in reproductive medicine, and the method called intracytoplasmic sperm injection ICSI was born. ICSI procedure stands for intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection. With this new method, even if only a single viable sperm is present, we are able to fertilize an egg by injecting it inside. A thin microscopic glass needle is driven by very fine motors under the microscope to pick up a single sperm and transfer it directly into the egg. Because of the precision and movement needed to accomplish this task, special micro manipulating equipment is needed. The micro manipulation and generally all technology used in IVF is also known as assisted reproductive technology (ART).

ICSI OR NO ICSI?

This has been a contentious topic in reproductive medicine, because it is assumed that too many patients undergo ICSI when they really do not necessarily have to. ICSI is a very reliable method of fertilization and allows picking the best-looking sperm. The typical fertilization rate is about 70-80% under normal conditions. At the other hand, it does create one more artificial step that might be attributed to potential health concerns. However, we at Neelkanth Hospital take a holistic view and let you decide. We have the best infertility specialists in Gurgaon, who will give you all facts about you and your partner’s health and suggest way forward. You are the best judge to decide on what you want your body to undergo, and we shall be forever happy to help you achieve your parental goals.

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The success rate is mostly same though the requirement of using the process may differ.
ICSI using testicular sperm has been found to produce lower fertilization and pregnancy rates than normal ejaculated spermatozoa.
One of the most common reasons as to why an IVF cycle fails is due to the quality of the embryo. Many embryos are unable to implant after transfer to the uterus as they are defective. Embryos that look healthy in a lab may have defects that cause them to die rather than grow. Such failures can happen in normal IVF as well.
Couples that use ICSI with IVF have about a 30 to 35 percent chance for twins and a 5 to 10 percent chance for having triplets or more.
Not always. Couples who have more severe problems such as low sperm counts or movement will have an even higher rate of fertilization failure. Therefore, at IVF1, our recommendation to increase the chance for 1st time IVF success is to use ICSI for fertilization EVEN IF there are no known sperm problems.
Women under 38 in our IVF program have acceptable live birth rates even with only 3 – 6 eggs, do better with more than 6 eggs, and do best with more than 10 eggs. Success rates are much better when relatively high egg numbers are obtained. However, with advancing age, success rates tend to dip. Hence, it is important that couples with fertility issues contact us as soon as possible for rectification and conception.
In India, it is illegal to chose or identify gender before birth and any attempts to do the same shall be reported to authorities.
Specialists of ICSI treatment in Gurgaon explains the important difference between IVF and ICSI is how the sperm fertilizes the egg. In IVF, eggs, and sperm (of which there are many) are released into a laboratory dish to fertilize independently. In ICSI, selected sperm is injected directly into the egg.
According to the best doctor for ICSI treatment in Gurgaon, the most important indicator of ICSI success appears to be the fertilization rate achieved with the ICSI procedure. The fertilization rate at the UCSF IVF laboratory is exceptional - currently 80 to 85 percent. This is to say, on average, eight out of every 10 eggs will be fertilized normally.
Research shows that IVF is effective in the same way as the ICSI process, where sperm is injected directly into the egg when there is no male infertility factor. Cumulative live birth rates in Victoria were similar for IVF and ICSI under these conditions. Visit Neelkanth hospital once to get decent cost of ICSI treatment in Gurgaon.
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