Unlock the Door to Parenthood: Your Guide to ICSI Fertility Treatment

"Where there's love, let there be life."

At the Institute of Reproductive Medicine (IRM), we champion this belief every day. If you're among the countless couples struggling to conceive, let our cutting-edge ICSI fertility treatment open a new chapter in your life.

What is ICSI Treatment?

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is a specialized form of in vitro fertilization (IVF) designed to enhance fertilization rates. Unlike traditional IVF, where the sperm and egg are left to fertilize in a petri dish, ICSI directly injects a single sperm into an egg. This method bypasses many natural barriers preventing fertilization, thus improving your chances of conception.

Who is ICSI for?

ICSI is particularly beneficial for couples facing:

How Does ICSI Work?
How Successful is One Cycle of ICSI?

While individual outcomes can vary, ICSI generally boasts a higher fertilization rate compared to conventional IVF. Success rates for a single cycle range from 40-60% for fertilization and around 30-35% for resulting in live births, depending on a variety of factors like maternal age and overall health.

How is ICSI Done?

Our skilled medical team adheres to the highest standards of practice:

Commonly Asked Questions About ICSI

1. Is ICSI Painful?
   Generally, women experience minimal discomfort, similar to IVF.

2. How Long Does One Cycle Take?
   A typical cycle lasts around 4-6 weeks from initial consultation to embryo transfer.

3. Is ICSI Covered by Insurance?
  Coverage varies; consult your policy or contact us for assistance.

4. What are the Risks Involved?
   Risks are relatively low but may include multiple births and ectopic pregnancies, transmission of genetic abnormalities to the male offspring.

5. How Soon Can I Try Another Cycle?
   Most doctors recommend waiting for at least one menstrual cycle before attempting another round.

6. Is Pre-Implantation Genetic Screening (PGS) Possible with ICSI?
   PGS can be integrated into your ICSI cycle to screen for genetic anomalies. It is required in severe oligozoospermia or OAT Syndrome where there is 100 fold chance of transmission of genetic abnormality to the offspring.

We understand that every journey to parenthood is unique. Our commitment is to walk beside you at every step, making your dream of a complete family a reality. Book a consultation today to explore how ICSI fertility treatment can work for you.