It is not easy to decide upon fertility treatment as it is not an easy decision. There are of course many different types of fertility treatment available, and one needs to consider it carefully.
Prior to making major decisions through – such as choosing between IVF treatment in Hyderabad or ICSI treatment – it is no doubt important to have done one’s research and do not feel one needs to rush about it. As highlighted in these 11 fertility facts, 80-90% of the existing couples will indeed become pregnant within a year, without the need for assisted reproduction.
In case one has indeed been trying to conceive for over two years it is indeed better to recommend calling a member of the ABC ivf team, or booking an Initial Consultation & Scan as this indeed provide a detailed insight into one’s fertility, that will help inform in case one needs fertility treatment and if so, which fertility treatment is best for oneself.
Difference between IVF and ICSI
forms of common fertility treatments are In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) and Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI). The key difference between IVF as well as ICSI is how the sperm gets fertilized the egg. In IVF, the egg and sperm (of which there are multiple) are left in a petri dish to fertilize on one’s own. In ICSI treatment in Hyderabad, one sperm is directly injected into one’s egg.
One also must not confuse these treatments with Intra-Uterine also by the process whereby sperm is inserted into a woman’s womb at the most fertile point in one’s menstrual cycle. Whilst IUI has lower success rates than IVF as well as ICSI, it is indeed simple and is a non-invasive theatre procedure. It is indeed typically recommended to single women as well as the same-sex couples.
IVF or ICSI, which is better for you?
ICSI will indeed likely be better for one if one is affected by sperm-related infertility. This is definitely on account of ICSI which does happen to be indeed most common as well as successful treatment for male infertility, as the sperm is much given to extra assistance. No doubt one’s doctor may indeed recommend ICSI if the male has
(1) a low sperm count
(2) an abnormal sperm shape or motility, or
(3) the sperm to be collected surgically.
IVF is, of course, one of the most commonly used and successful fertility treatment, and it is much suited for a wide variety of people and a wide variety of fertility issues. Hence, there are of course different types of IVF for different age groups as well as conditions.