IVF with Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

The success percentage for fertilization using ICSI in Cyprus is 80%. Look at the IVF-ICSI Cyprus application, process, and prices.
A single sperm cell is injected into the egg during an in vitro fertilization (IVF) process called intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) in Cyprus.

With the exception of the insemination technique, all the processes in ICSI are the same as the steps in IVF. IVF requires hundreds of thousands of sperm cells, whereas ICSI uses just one for each egg.

After numerous unsuccessful IVF cycles, in FET (frozen embryo transfer), or after egg or sperm cryopreservation, ICSI is utilized in extreme cases of male infertility.

Undiagnosed infertility, advanced mother age, or insufficiently gathered high-quality eggs are some of the causes of ICSI.

Treatment with ICSI in North Cyprus

Certain sophisticated techniques, collectively known as micro-manipulation, can be used in addition to the traditional in vitro fertilization (IVF) process. Some of the most severe cases of male factor infertility have been overcome by infertility specialists by extracting and injecting a single, healthy sperm cell straight into each egg.

Our male fertility patients who have extremely low sperm counts or large concentrations of defective or non-motile sperm can successfully conceive a child with their partner thanks to intracytoplasmic sperm injection, or ICSI.

Instead of just mixing the prepared eggs and sperm in a lab dish and waiting for fertilization to happen naturally, our Dream IVF experts carefully choose specific, healthy sperm cells and insert them directly into the egg during the operation.

The ICSI Method

Regardless of whether you are using your own eggs or donor eggs, your own sperm or donor sperm, we use ICSI in all treatment procedures to ensure that only the best sperm is selected for conception.

Phase 1: Testing

The male spouse must first perform the necessary tests, which may include testing for HIV, HBsAg, Anti-HCV, as well as a sperm analysis if he is currently childless or there are concerns about his fertility.

Phase 2 – ICSI Procedure

The sperm sample is taken and prepared for ICSI on the day of egg collection (during IVF treatment). Each egg receives one sperm injection.

Several micromanipulation tools, including micromanipulators, microinjectors, and micropipettes, which all help in egg fertilization, are used during ICSI under a microscope. The mature oocyte is held and stabilized using a pipette. The single sperm is then gathered and placed inside the egg using a micropipette.

The best chance for fertilization is provided with ICSI, while there is obviously no assurance that all eggs will successfully fertilize. The best blastocyst embryos are chosen for transfer to the recipient’s uterus when they are mature from the resultant embryos after they have been cultivated in the lab.

Low sperm count often poses no problems because the ICSI process chooses the best sperm to use in the therapy.

However, the ICSI procedure can also be combined with the following sperm retrieval techniques: Percutaneous Sperm Aspiration (PESA), Testicular Sperm Aspiration (TESA), Testicular Sperm Extraction (TESE), and Microdissection TESE if the male partner has fertility issues that are discovered through analysis or other tests.

Infertility caused by men

Men who have little to no sperm in their semen or who are unable to ejaculate require sperm retrieval techniques. Sperm can be extracted from different reproductive tract sections in certain circumstances. Azoospermia is the medical term for when there is no semen in the sperm. There are two primary categories:

Obstructive Azoospermia

This happens when sperm is produced in the testes but is prevented from entering the semen by a barrier in the reproductive canal. (In order to generate this barrier, a vasectomy requires surgery.)

Non-Obstructive Azoospermia

This happens when the body produces no sperm at all or when the sperm count is so low that not enough of it shows up in the ejaculate.

We do not advise fine needle aspiration or biopsy before MicroTESE for males with non-obstructive azoospermia because numerous studies have demonstrated that MicroTESE yields the highest sperm retrieval rate. If neither of these methods of sperm retrieval yields any healthy sperm, you might wish to think about IVF treatment with one of our carefully chosen sperm donors.

Choose the appropriate course of treatment with Dream IVF!

The most well-known IVF clinic in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus is Dream IVF, which is situated in North Cyprus. Our reproductive center works hard to maintain clinical success rates that are higher than the national averages. The best IVF program in Cyprus, developed by our fertility physicians, has the highest pregnancy success rates.