ICSI in Kathmandu is a fertility treatment where the eggs of your spouse are directly injected with your single sperm for fertilization and this can be used as a part of IVF treatment which helps you both in conceiving a baby. ICSI in Kathmandu is a treatment which is especially meant for the male members who are dealing with low or poor sperm count, abnormal shape of sperm, no sperm available in the semen due to blockage etc. ICSI is a procedure which is used nearly in almost half of all the IVF procedures.
Procedure of ICSI Treatment
ICSI Clinic in Kathmandu performs the ICSI treatment by using the newer technique which is called as micromanipulation. A micromanipulation is a tool which is used along with the specialized equipment to pick up and handle one single sperm which is directly injected into each egg. This procedure will help the female member to achieve the successful results of pregnancy even when the male member is affected by the cause of infertility. The entire cycle of ICSI in Kathmandu will take around four to six weeks and you both need to spend a day at ICSI Clinic in Kathmandu for the retrieval procedure of eggs and sperm.
The day when your wife’s eggs are collected on the same day you need to produce the sperm sample and if in case no sperm was found in your semen then your fertility expert will extract the sperm by using following two methods under general anesthesia:
(i) Testicle which is known as testicular sperm aspiration (TESA) or
(ii) Epididymis, known as percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration (PESA)
If both the above methods failed to remove enough sperm, then your ICSI Clinic in Kathmandu will use another method which is called TESE.
After this, your embryologist will isolate your single sperm in the laboratory and directly injects into your wife egg. After two days the embryo will be generated and it can be implanted into your wife uterus in order to establish a successful pregnancy.
Success Rate & ICSI Cost in Kathmandu
The Success rate of the ICSI in Kathmandu is around 70-80% which is quite higher as compared with other countries and the ICSI Cost in Kathmandu is also very reasonable that people of the average class can easily afford it; however, it excludes the cost of the medicines which require stimulating the ovaries.