How Much Does ICSI Treatment Costs In Fertility Centre Nepal?

ICSI Treatment Nepal

How Much Does ICSI Treatment Costs In Fertility Centre Nepal?

ICSI is a similar procedure as conventional IVF where fertility expert will collect the eggs and sperm of each partner. The only difference between the two procedures is the method of fertilization.

In conventional IVF, the fertility expert of your will mix together the eggs and sperm in a dish and the sperm fertilizes the egg naturally. However, there are chances that egg will fertilize naturally but for this large numbers of actively swimming normal sperm are required. In many cases, the number of available suitable sperm may be very limited or there may be other factors that prevent fertilization, in such condition IVF is not the best option. Your fertility expert will suggest ICSI treatment Nepal which provides you a hope to have your own baby.

ICSI is a laboratory procedure where your fertility expert will pick up the men single sperm with a fine glass needle and directly injected into each egg of a woman. This procedure is performed by the highly skilled and experienced embryologist in the laboratory where he/she use specialist equipment. In this procedure, very few sperms are required and the ability of the sperm to penetrate the egg is no longer required as this has been assisted by the ICSI technique. ICSI procedure does not guarantee that fertilization is going to happen as normal, however, still need to occur once the sperm has been placed in the egg.

How the Sperms are Retrieving to Use in ICSI Procedure?

The fertility expert will retrieve the sperms through normal ejaculation for those male members who have low sperm count or sperm with low mobility. In case, a man has had a vasectomy, the microsurgical vasectomy reversal is the most cost-effective option for restoring his fertility.

When a competent microsurgical vasectomy reversal has failed or the man refuses surgery then the needle aspiration or microsurgical sperm retrieval are good alternatives. Needle aspiration allows the fertility expert to obtain easily and quickly the adequate numbers of sperm for the ICSI procedure. They use a tiny needle to extract sperm directly from the men testis.

Needle aspiration is a simple procedure which is performed under sedation with minimal discomfort; however, there are chances for pain and swelling afterward. The sperm that has been obtained from testis is only an appropriate procedure for ICSI when testicular sperm is not able to penetrate an egg by itself.

When the ICSI Procedure is Recommended?

ICSI is a procedure which may be recommended when there is no difficulty in achieving fertilization. ICSI is a treatment which is most often used for couples who are dealing with male infertility factors. A male infertility factor includes any of the below following:

  • Low sperm counts
  • Poor motility or movement of the sperm
  • The quality of sperms is poor
  • Sperm that lacks the ability to penetrate an egg
  • Azoospermia.

When there are no sperms in the male’s ejaculation that condition is known as azoospermia and there are two types of azoospermia: obstructive and non-obstructive.

Obstructive azoospermia may be caused by any of the following:

  • Previous vasectomy
  • Congenital absence of the vas
  • Scarring from prior infections

Non-obstructive azoospermia occurs when there is no production of sperm from the defective testicle. In the case of azoospermia, the probability of obtaining usable sperm is low, and the possibility of using donor sperm may be considered.

What are the Risks of Using the ICSI Procedure?

ICSI is a procedure which can increase IVF success rates but the procedure is not perfect. The following are some more common risks that are associated with ICSI and these are:

a) Damage to the embryos: Fertilization rates with ICSI range from 50 to 80%. However, it has been found that not all fertilized eggs develop into healthy embryos due to which some eggs and embryos do become damaged during the ICSI procedure.

b) Becoming pregnant with the multiple eggs: As we all know, that ICSI takes place as part of the IVF process, hence, there are increased chances of becoming pregnant with multiple eggs for couples who are undergoing for the ICSI procedure. Couples that use ICSI with IVF have about a 35 to 45% chance to have twins and 10 to 15% chance of having triplets or more.

According to the study, if you carry the multiple pregnancies then it will increase your chances of developing the following complications during pregnancy and childbirth which includes:

  • Gestational diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Low amniotic fluid levels
  • Bed rest
  • Cesarean section or premature labor

When you get pregnant with multiples, your babies are also at the higher risk for complications, such as being born prematurely with low birth weight, or they face difficulty while breathing on their own due to immature lungs. These conditions are more susceptible to infections.

c) Birth defects: According to the study, the birth defects with ICSI and IVF lead to a similar percentage as babies are conceived naturally. However, the risk with ICSI procedure of having a baby with abnormalities is very minimal which less than 1% is.

ICSI Treatment Costs in Nepal?

ICSI is a treatment which fertility experts perform to treat male infertility issues and the estimated cost for treating male infertility depend on the procedure. There are other options also available to treat male infertility apart from ICSI treatment and these are as follows with their costs:

  • IUI is the first line treatment which costs around 50,000NPR Or USD 1,000 for one cycle, however, if the couple requires the ovulation induction, medications, and other screenings which will increase the treatment cost which goes up to Or 3,40 ,000 NPR
  • The cost of ICSI treatment with IVF is around 4, 00,000 NPR OR USD 5500 for one cycle without including medications. ICSI with IVF is the best fertility treatment which increases the chances of conception as compared to IVF alone. In case, the couple needs ICSI with IVF with medications than the cost of the treatment go up to USD 7,000 for the fresh cycle.
  • If you are using egg or sperm donor to increase your chances of conception than the cost of the treatment is around 2, 00,000 NPR for Egg Donors & Sperm Donor 50,000 NPR or USD Amount 20,000.

 


Struggling to conceive due to male infertility than the best option is ICSI Treatment in Nepal

ICSI in Nepal is a procedure in which single sperm is directly injected into an egg for fertilization. After the fertilization is completed, the fertilize egg will transfer into the uterus of women in order to establish the successful pregnancy. The ICSI in Nepal is the similar procedure as an IVF procedure but the only difference in the fertilization part. IVF is a process in which fertilization occurs outside the body of women in a laboratory dish, whereas ICSI in Nepal is a process in which your fertility expert will select the sperm from a given sample and then a single sperm is directly injected into each egg. According to study ICSI Treatment in Nepal is the most successful form of fertility treatment.

Procedure for ICSI Treatment in Nepal

The ICSI Treatment in Nepal procedure is consists of the creation of several mature eggs. It is possible that your fertility expert will recommend you some fertility drugs stimulating your ovaries to produce more mature eggs for fertilization. The ICSI Treatment in Nepal is a procedure which is especially used by the couples who are dealing with the male infertility factor and unable to conceive naturally. The procedure of ICSI in Nepal is also used by the couples who have tried other assisted reproductive methods in past but unable to achieve the successful outcome.

The couple needs to follow the 5 major steps while undergoing for the ICSI Treatment in Nepal:

  • The fertility expert will ask the male member to produce his sperm sample or they can extract surgically from him.
  • The fertility expert than extract the eggs surgically from the female member.
  • By using the hollow needle your fertility expert will inject the single sperm into each egg.
  • The egg which was fertilized will be kept under observation and its development will be monitored by your fertility expert timely.
  • Once the growth of the embryo developed properly, then your fertility expert will transfer into the uterus of women.

In ICSI in Nepal procedure, both fresh and frozen sperms may use. This process happens using a method which is called micromanipulation. This is a special tool which picks up a single sperm and injected directly into the egg. The entire cycle of ICSI in Nepal will take around four to six weeks.

Success Rate of ICSI in Nepal

The success rate of taking baby home by using ICSI in Nepal procedure is around 65-75% which is significantly higher than the international benchmarks. However, to achieve the high success rate the age of the women plays an important role. If a woman is under age of 35 years than the success rate is close to 65-75% whereas the success rate for the woman over the age of 40 years dip down to 30-40%.

Cost of ICSI Treatment in Nepal

Nepal is a country which offers the ICSI Treatment in Nepal at very reasonable cost so that people of every class can easily afford this treatment to achieve their dream of having an own baby successfully.


ICSI in Nepal – To beat the infertility issues

ICSI Treatment in Nepal is especially for the male members who are affected by the cause of infertility which means no sperms are available in male ejaculates or have the poor or low quality of sperm which is of no use and in such cases; it becomes difficult for women to conceive a baby.

Nearly more than half of the male members in Nepal are dealing with the cause of infertility and they are unaware about this and by the time they consult with good fertility experts they are already at the higher side of the infertility issue. However, there are varieties of infertility treatments available for male members in Nepal.

Available Treatments to treat male infertility

  • IVF with ICSI: ICSI Treatment in Nepal is one of the best available options for the couples who are undergoing the IVF. IVF with ICSI Treatment in Nepal will boost up the chances of couples to conceive a baby instead of using ICSI Treatment in Nepal alone. The couple with male infertility factor have the highest success rate by using IVF with ICSI Treatment in Nepal which is around 65-75% of the women who are under age of 35 years. ICSI Treatment in Nepal is a solution which can bypass all the hurdles of infertility issue such as low sperm count, poor quality of sperms, blockage or irreversible vasectomy which is stopping women from getting pregnant.
  • Surgery:Surgery is another option to treat male infertility where other non-surgical procedures are failed. The best part of the surgical procedure is that they can cure the male infertility issue and allow them for conception at home rather than in the laboratory.
  • TESA or PESA:These are the latest and modern techniques which help to get the sperm from the male ejaculates. During the IVF with ICSI in Nepal procedure, a single sperm is directly injected into the eggs, however, in case the sperm is not obtained from the male ejaculate, then they can be withdrawn by using the TESA (testicular sperm aspiration) or PESA (percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration).
  • Hormone treatment:In case your hormones are imbalanced then your fertility expert will recommend you the most common fertility drug which is Clomid and you have to take this pill for about 3 to 6 months per day.

Clomid is the fertility drug which helps the pituitary gland of men to produce the FSH level (follicle stimulating hormone) and (LH) luteinizing hormone as they communicate with the testicles in order to produce sperm.

Success Rate of ICSI Treatment in Nepal

The success rate of the ICSI Treatment in Nepal is higher than the IVF and it also depends on the cause of infertility issue and your age.

The live birth rates for ICSI Treatment in Nepal are:

  • 65-75% for women under age 35
  • 55-65% for women ages 35 to 37
  • 45-55% for women ages 38 to 40
  • 35-45% for women ages over 40

If you compare the above success rate with any developed countries who find the Nepal has the highest success rate of taking the baby home by using ICSI Treatment in Nepal.


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