Am I suitable for ICSI treatment?

ICSI is used to treat male infertility problems, such as a low sperm count or sperm that are unable to penetrate the egg. In these cases, conventional IVF is less likely to result in fertilisation. ICSI can also be used if the male partner has had a vasectomy, or if there is an absence of sperm in the semen. In these cases, your sperm is obtained from directly from the reproductive tract in a microsurgery procedure.

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