Frequently Asked Questions

    What is ICSI?

    During ICSI one sperm is selected and with the aid of a sharp capillary it is inseminated directly into the egg. ICSI increases the likelihood of the eggs being fertilized. It is therefore applied if the partner’s sperm analysis is in a seriously deteriorated condition and in cases when problems arose during the previous treatment cycle of egg fertilization using the normal procedure or the eggs were not fertilized at all.

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