Some men don't have enough sperm in their ejaculate to be successful with IVF. Fortunately, with the help of ICSI, many of these men still have the opportunity to proceed to IVF. As long as there are some sperm in the testicle, these sperm can be obtained and inserted individually into your partner's (or donor's) eggs with intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). Let’s get an in-depth knowledge about the Micro TESE procedure step by step below.
Micro TESE procedure is performed in the following cases-
Micro-TESE procedure is performed when the goal is pregnancy but is not possible without help. It is for men who have little or no sperm in semen, or men who are not able to ejaculate.
In these cases, sperm can be collected from other parts of the reproductive tract. To obtain better pregnancy rates, Micro TESE process is used with in vitro fertilization (IVF) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).
If you plan to use all of your sperm for IVF, you may need to undergo more than one Microscopic testicular sperm extraction procedures. When possible, any extra sperm retrieved during testicular sperm extraction should be frozen to preserve the sperm and avoid further procedures.
In some cases of severe male infertility, a doctor cannot find or remove sperm during the Micro-TESE procedure. If this happens and you choose to repeat the process, the chances of your doctor finding sperm successfully are only 7-10%.
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