Intra-cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is an In-vitro fertilization technique, where fertilization occurs outside of the body.
First, egg cells are harvested and transferred to a special media in a laboratory dish. After a few hours, a single sperm is injected through a fine needle into the centre of an egg cell – this will aid to the fertilization process. If successful, the cell will divide and form the initial stages of an embryo.
In this entire process, there are a number of ways that eggs, donor sperm or embryos can be used in ART treatments.
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How is a MAGS IVF ICSI unique?
- The custom designed dishes we use for ICSI have resulted in higher fertilization rates for patients, up to 65 – 70%
- State-of-the-art German technology from Morpheus is used to perform this delicate process
- Embryologists with a degree of mastery and high technical proficiency are only trained for ICSI
- All fertilized eggs are monitored daily for their growth and development