ICSI in Kathmandu is a treatment where the embryologist uses the special tool which is called micromanipulation by which they will directly inject a single sperm into the female egg for fertilization and once the fertilization occurs the resulted embryo will be implanted into women uterus to achieve the successful pregnancy . The rate of fertilization by using ICSI in Kathmandu is much better than the conventional IVF.

ICSI in Kathmandu is beneficial for those male members who are dealing with the severe cause of low sperm count, low motility of sperm, and abnormal shape of sperm etc. In most of the cases, women are also benefited by the ICSI in Kathmandu when they are dealing with severe Endometriosis, failed ovaries, poor ovarian reserve, unexplained infertility etc.

ICSI in Kathmandu is a cost-effective procedure for male members and the fertility experts at ICSI Clinic in Kathmandu extracts the men sperm under local anesthesia by using a fine needle and the fertility expert will extract the sperms by using two methods which are:

• Epididymis, which is known as percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration (PESA) or

• Testicle, which is known as testicular sperm aspiration (TESA).

In case both the above methods are failed to remove the enough sperm then the fertility experts at ICSI Centre in Kathmandu will use another advanced technique which is known as TESE or micro TESE if surgery is done through the microscope.

The ICSI in Kathmandu is a similar procedure as an IVF, the only difference in the fertilization part. In IVF the fertilization done in the laboratory where the embryologist mix the women egg with her husband sperm or sperm donor for fertilization whereas in ICSI in Kathmandu the fertility expert will directly inject a single sperm into the female egg for fertilization, rest the ICSI in Kathmandu procedure is same as IVF.

ICSI in Kathmandu is a most successful procedure to treat the infertility of male member who is unable to conceive naturally and this procedure is used nearly in half of all IVF treatments. Some of the ICSI Clinic in Kathmandu uses the fresh sperms for fertilization; however, some of them use the frozen sperms. During the ICSI in Kathmandu, there is no difference in success rate while using fresh or frozen sperm for fertilization. The success rate will remain same if fertility expert uses fresh or frozen sperm.

The entire procedure of ICSI in Kathmandu will take around four to six weeks to complete and a day by couples need to at ICSI Clinic in Kathmandu for egg and sperm retrieval procedures. The fertility expert then will ask the couple to revisit the clinic after two to six days for embryo transfer procedure.

After the embryo transfer to the women uterus the success rate of the ICSI in Kathmandu is around 70 to 80% which is quite high as compare to the success rate of other countries and also the fertility experts at ICSI Centre in Kathmandu make the pregnancy possible for the women over age of 40 years by using their advanced techniques.

Source: http://articles.pubarticles.com/how-to-icsi-in-kathmandu-the-best-fertility-treatment-to-treat-male-infertility-1497519588,1695985.html

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Best ICSI treatment in Kathmandu is available at Fertility Centre-Nepal.