Infertility Treatment

Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

ICSI is a process where a single sperm is injected directly into the egg using a fine glass needle. The main objective of ICSI is to ensure that the spermatozoa fertilize the egg membrane. The woman is stimulated with medications and then an egg retrieval procedure is performed so that several eggs can be obtained to attempt an ICSI procedure.

ICSI is recommended in cases of severe male infertility, previous fertilization failures with IVF or situations in which there are a limited number of oocytes available.

At SHRC we are committed to QUALITY. To name a few world class facilities we have installed Separate Air Handling Units for IVF lab,Embryo Transfer Room and OT running round the clock ensuring

Sterile environment.

Exclusive Embryo Transfer Room

Integrated laminar airflow system with micro manipulator and inverted microscope, anti vibrationplatform and stereosome microscope

Advanced Benchtop trigas incubator

CO2 INCUBATORS

Fully furnished recovery area and Friendly Staff

Steps in ICSI treatment
  • The sperm is injected into the cytoplasm and the needle is removed.
  • The eggs are checked the next morning for evidence of normal fertilization.
Precautions after ICSI treatment
  • Heavy exercise like aerobics, jogging, and weight lifting are prohibited.
  • Smoking or consumption of alcohol should also be avoided.
  • Please consult your doctor before taking any medication.