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IMSI in Nepal is a procedure which is a variation on the ICSI procedure and is an acronym for Intracytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection. This is an advanced and latest technique which is identical to the ICSI procedure and the only difference while choosing the sperm. IMSI in Nepal is a procedure in which your fertility expert need a very high powered lens to see the sperm in greater detail during the selection process, the aim of the IMSI in Nepal is to improve the chance of pregnancy.
Procedure of IMSI in Nepal
IMSI in Nepal is a procedure in which your surgeon uses a high power light microscope which is enhanced by digital imaging and helps your embryologist to magnify a sperm sample more than 6,000 times its normal size. This will enable your embryologist to detect the problems which he/ she will not able to see with a normal microscope. After this, your embryologist will select the sperm with the most normally-shaped nuclei and the highest level of motility.
The procedure of IMSI in Nepal is similar to ICSI. Your fertility expert will give to some fertility drugs to stimulate the production of egg in the ovaries. Once the follicles that are leading in your ovaries grow to 17-22mm, then your fertility expert will collect your eggs and will give you a hormone injection of human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) around 36 to 38 hours before the egg collection.
Under general anesthesia, your fertility expert will collect your eggs by using an ultrasound guided vaginal probe to locate the follicles and aspirate its contents. Then the eggs are placed in a culture dish in the IVF laboratory and there your embryologist will inject carefully one selected sperm into each egg.
How long will the embryo in IMSI in Nepal procedure take a time to develop?
After the IMSI Treatment in Nepal, your embryologist will look for the signs of fertilization after the day after when the sperm is injected into each egg. Your embryologist will transfer the developed embryos at any stage from the second day to the sixth day after the initial IMSI in Nepal procedure. The embryos should reach at its blastocyst stage by day fifth or sixth and then your embryologist will implant the embryo into your uterus to establish the successful pregnancy.
To Whom IMSI Treatment in Nepal is recommended
IMSI Treatment in Nepal may be recommended by the fertility experts to those people who have failed previous IVF cycles, or for couples who have a component of male infertility factor which is stopping you from getting pregnant. IMSI Treatment in Nepal can be little expensive than traditional IVF treatment, however, if you compared the cost of IMSI Treatment in Nepal with any other Western countries than you will find a huge difference in costs and the success rate as well. The success rate of IMSI Treatment in Nepal is around 75 to 85% which is significantly higher than international benchmarks.