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Lovingly referred to the City of Pearls, this busy southern pride presents numerous charms. Hyderabad is the capital city of southern India's Telangana state. An important central point for the technology sector, it is a haven for numerous fashionable dining places as well as retail outlets. The historical sites are Golconda Fort, an ancient diamond-trading centre which was after the Qutb Shahi dynastic town. The Charminar, a 16th-century mosque whose four arches aid most elevated minarets, is a traditional city attraction close to the revered Laad Bazaar. Among these picturesque locales, live a married couple Mr. Ramesh Molugu (name changed) and his wife Vanishree Molugu (name changed).
Married just 5 years back, initially for the first few years to concentrate on their respective careers, they didn't want to start a family. But, now both are settled in their career. After consistently trying for 1 year with no results, they kept on trying for another 6 months but results remained the same. So, they consulted their family doctor, who advised them to get a second opinion from Indira IVF, the best IVF centre in Hyderabad. Soon enough they were given an appointment at the Indira IVF Hyderabad. The consulting infertility specialist in Hyderabad asked both of them to go through all the necessary tests. Although, Vani's tests’ came out positive, but Ramesh was detected with a severe male infertility problem. They were advised to go for ICSI-IVF fertility treatment and were asked to attend a counselling session at the Indira IVF clinic in Hyderabad with all their queries.
Following are the excerpts of the session wherein queries asked by them and answers by our own IVF specialist in Hyderabad at Indira IVF, the best IVF centre in Hyderabad Dr. Navina Singh are collated together in one chapter for the benefit of one and all.
ICSI-IVF at Indira IVF, the Best Infertility Centre in Hyderabad
Question: Madam, precisely what is ICSI-IVF and how does it help in treating male infertility? Also tell us how did it all start & who was behind this unique technique?
Answer: At Indira IVF, the best infertility centre in Hyderabad, Intracytoplasmic sperm injection or ICSI is an in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment wherein just one sperm is infused straight into an egg. Faulty sperm functionality continues to be the single most critical source of male infertility. Even though, some serious kinds of male infertility have a hereditary source, the rest might be the consequence of lifestyle issues. In the last decade, ICSI IVF continues to be used more and more around the globe to minimize critical male infertility problems in patients who often cannot be helped with traditional IVF or perhaps who cannot be allowed for IVF since there are few motile & morphologically regular sperm contained in the ejaculate of the male partner, answered Dr. Navina Singh (Centre Head - Indira IVF centre in Hyderabad).
Historical Past of IVF
The very first baby given birth to from a gamete micromanipulation (method wherein exceptional tools, & inverted microscopes, are utilized that assist embryologist to select a single sperm for ICSI IVF) was a baby born in Singapore in April 1989. The procedure was developed by Gianpiero Palermo at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, in the Centre for Reproductive Medicine directed by Paul Devroey together with Andre Van Steirteghem, added Dr. Navina Singh (Centre Head - Indira IVF clinic in Hyderabad).
Question: How is ICSI IVF procedure carried out at Indira IVF infertility centre in Hyderabad?
Answer:Since Indira IVF is one of the best IVF centre in Hyderabad, we follow these 5 basic steps to ICSI IVF that include the following:
The fully developed egg is supported with a specialized pipette. An exceptionally gentle, pointed, & a hollow needle, is employed to immobilize to get to one sperm. The needle is then cautiously put through the shell of the egg and into the cytoplasm of the egg explained Dr. Navina Singh (Centre Head - Indira infertility clinic and test tube baby centre in Hyderabad).
ICSI IVF Treatment at Indira IVF, the Best Fertility Hospital in Hyderabad
At Indira IVF, the best fertility hospital in Hyderabad, ICSI IVF is usually carried out following a transvaginal oocyte retrieval process to get a number of oocytes from the female. In ICSI-IVF, the male spouse or perhaps a donor has to give a sperm sample on the very same day while your eggs are gathered. The sample shall be examined in the lab. In case there is absolutely no sperm in his semen, physicians will get sperm from the epididymis or simply testicle. The extraction of sperm from epididymis is usually referred to as Percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration (PESA) & extraction of sperm from testicle is likewise referred to as Testicular sperm aspiration (TESA) and Testicular sperm extraction (TESE). The process is conducted under a microscope using numerous micromanipulation gadgets (micromanipulators, microinjectors and then micropipettes). A controlling pipette stabilizes the fully developed oocyte with mild suction put on by a microinjector. From the opposing side, a slim hollow glass micropipette is used to collect just one sperm, getting it immobilized by trimming its tail with the tip of the micropipette. The oocyte is pierced by the oolemma then guided to the interior section of the oocyte (cytoplasm). The sperm is then simply discharged into the oocyte. The pictured oocyte bears an extruded polar body system at around 12 o'clock showing its maturity. The polar shape is set at the 12 or 6 o'clock position, to make sure that the embedded micropipette is unable to disturb the spindle inside the egg. After the process, the oocyte will be kept in cell culture then examined on the following day for indications of fertilization informed Dr. Navina Singh (Centre Head - Indira IVF centre in Hyderabad).
Question: Madam, what is the difference between ICSI IVF and Traditional IVF?
Answer: ICSI is quite the same as traditional IVF as such, as gametes (eggs as well as sperm) are accumulated from each spouse in both. The distinction between the 2 processes is the procedure for attaining fertilization. In traditional IVF, the eggs, as well as sperm, are combined together in a dish & the sperm fertilizes the egg 'naturally' stated Dr. Navina Singh (Centre Head - Indira IVF centre in Hyderabad).
Question: How many sperms are needed for traditional IVF as compared to ICSI IVF?
Answer: At Indira IVF, the best fertility hospital in Hyderabad, the procedures before & after insemination are precise, the sole change is the insemination procedure. To carry out ICSI, just one sperm is required per egg while doing a traditional IVF, between 50,000 to 100,000 sperms are required informed Dr. Navina Singh (Centre Head - Indira IVF centre in Hyderabad).
Question: How much time will it really take for ICSI IVF treatment?
Answer: Being one of the best IVF hospitals in Hyderabad, a single process of ICSI takes between 4- 6 weeks to finish. You and your spouse only need to devote a single day at our facility for the egg & sperm retrieval processes. And you will require somewhere between 2-6 days later for the embryo transfer process for your IVF treatment in Hyderabad.
IVF and ICSI are complex clinical procedures. For better clarifications on such issues you can contact our IVF Centre in Hyderabad. You can also follow us on our blog page for more articles related to IVF treatment.
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