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Intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) differs from conventional in vitro fertilisation (IVF) in that the embryologist selects a single sperm to be injected directly into an egg, instead of fertilization taking place in a dish where many sperm are placed near an egg.
ICSI is recommending if:
- You have a very low sperm count.
- Other problems with the sperm have been identified, such as poor morphology (abnormal shape) or poor motility. (not moving normally)
- During previous attempts at IVF there was failure of fertilization or an unexpectedly low fertilization rate.
- You need sperm to be collected surgically from the testicles or epididymis (a narrow tube inside the scrotum, where sperm are stored and matured); for example because you have had a vasectomy, you do not ejaculate sperm, or because you have extremely low sperm production.
- You are using frozen sperm in your treatment which is not of optimum quality.
- You are using embryo testing.