IMSI - Intracytoplasmic Injection of Morphologically Selected Sperm
What is IMSI?
This is a specialized form of ICSI where in sperm samples are examined under 4000X microscope and morphologically superior high quality sperm is selected.
Mainly for TERATOZOOSPERMIA (morphologically defective sperms).
- High levels of DNA fragmentation.
- High levels of sperm aneuploidy.
- Men with severe oligozoospermia, asthenozoospermia or teratozoospermia.
- The egg quality has appeared to be normal.
- Repeated early abortions.
- In patients where there is a history of miscarriage.
- Previous ICSI fertilization failures.
- More than 90% of abnormal forms in sperm
EMBRYO TRANSFER – done on Day 2 or Day 3.
BLASTOCYST TRANSFER – done mainly for aged and those with recurrent IVF failure.
EMBRYO LASER HATCHING TECHNIQUE – used when there is recurrent IVF failure.