Advance treatment for infertility - Sperm Extraction Procedures
Tesa and Pesa treatment includes the procedures to recover sperms through the minor medical surgical process.
Some of the causes of male infertility are the nonavailability of normal viable sperms in the ejaculate for IVF treatment. Some of the reasons could be
Azoospermia (No sperms)
Low sperm count (Oligospermia)
Low sperm motility (asthenospermia).
Sperm Extraction Procedures
PESA (Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration)
PESA treatment is a surgical procedure which involves the use of needle and syringe technique as for a needle biopsy, but the needle is directly placed into the epididymis. This often gives good results if there is a blockage in the vas deferens but the testis is producing sperms.
TESA (Testicular Sperm Aspiration) and TESE (Testicular Sperm Extraction)
TESA Treatment is similar to a needle biopsy but involves placing a needle attached to a syringe through the skin of the scrotum, and simply sucking out the fluid from the testicle.
TESE (Testicular sperm extraction) – This involves opening up the scrotum and taking a large volume of testicular tissue, perhaps from several regions of the testicle. Sperms are then retrieved with the help of a microscope to collect individual sperms sperm. This is done under anaesthesia.
TESTICULAR BIOPSY for IVF Treatment At Nandanee IVF & Fertility Centre
A testicular biopsy is a surgical procedure to remove some testicular tissue to study under the microscope for identifying spermatogenic stages which can be used for fertilization during IVF treatment. Sometimes, there are secondary spermatocytes which have completed reduction division and can be used for IVF/ICSI.
Why is Testicular Biopsy Done?
A testicular biopsy can be done in the following situations:
The man’s semen doesn’t contain sperm.
For the process of IVF treatment for Intracytoplasmic sperm injection
it can help to recover the sperm cells.
Analysis for hormones reveals any abnormality and the semen need to be examined.
Sometimes the testicular biopsy is done to identify the tumor.
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