How is ICSI performed?
At NRM, experienced embryologists perform ICSI under a microscope. While stabilizing a mature egg, a single, immobilized sperm is directly injected through the zona pellucida or “shell” of the egg into the inner part of the oocyte (cytoplasm). The sperm is then released into the oocyte. The following day, the eggs are inspected for normal fertilization.
Who should consider ICSI?
- Individuals with male factor infertility and/or previously failed IUI
- Individuals utilizing donor eggs
- Individuals utilizing eggs previously preserved via vitrification (flash- frozen)
- Individuals utilizing donor sperm for IVF
- Individuals utilizing surgically-collected and/or previously frozen sperm
- Individuals with previous failed standard fertilization during an IVF cycle
- Individuals with unexplained infertility
Why come to NRM for ICSI?
Our embryologists have over 50 years of laboratory experience. Combined with our up-to-date embryology laboratory, NRM strives to offer you the highest chance of success in your IVF cycle.
When you are ready, the next step is to schedule a consultation where we can meet with you and develop a personalized fertility plan designed to deliver the family you have always dreamed of.