ICSI is an assisted reproductive technique used to overcome the following infertility problems:

 An alternative to conventional IVF

  • Repeated failure to achieve pregnancy after several cycles of conventional in vitro fertilisation.
  • Egg fertilisation failure using conventional IVF.
  • Microinjection of unfertilised oocytes using conventional IVF.
  • In-vitro maturation of immature oocytes.
  • When a Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) is required in cases of couples with some genetic alteration or when it is necessary to know which ones are genetically normal embryos.
  • In cases of immune infertility with a low number of antisperm antibodies and after repeated failure of previous artificial insemination cycles, or in cases of immune infertility with a high number of antisperm antibodies.
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