About I.C.S.I Treatment

ICSI is an acronym for intracytoplasmic sperm injection A fancy way of saying "inject sperm into egg"
ICSI is a very effective method to fertilize eggs in the IVF lab after they have been aspirated from the female
Its main use is for significant male infertility cases
ICSI fertilization procedure in progress
Needle with a sperm inside is advanced to the left
Shell of embryo has already been penetrated by needle
Membrane of egg (oolemma) is stretching and about to break
Sperm head visible at tip of needle

Fertilization and pregnancy success rates with ICSI
Fertilization rates for ICSI: Most IVF programs see that about 30 to 35 % of eggs injected using ICSI become fertilized. We call this the fertilization rate, which is different from the pregnancy success rate.

Pregnancy success rates for in vitro fertilization procedures with ICSI have been shown in some studies to be higher than for IVF without ICSI. This is because in many of the cases needing ICSI the female is relatively young and fertile (good egg quantity and quality) as compared to some of the women having IVF for other reasons.



There is no satisfactory treatment of infertility in allopathic treatment system and success rates of IVF are also very low with lot many side effects, hence ayurvedic treatment is most preferred treatment for this condition. Whatever might be the cause of infertility, like blocked fallopian tubes in female, endometrosis, PCOD, etc. or Azoospermia, oligospermia etc. in males, ayurveda is having a range of treatments for these conditions. The treatment involves two procedures:
a) medicinal treatment
b) panchkarma treatment
A patient can opt for one or both of these for quick results.

Medicinal Treatment:

Various herbs are known for their effects in increasing the chances of concetion in the patients e.g. Musli sufed, Munjatak, Makkhan, Ashwagandha, Shatavari, etc. Along with the herbs there are various classical combinations which are very helpful for treating this condition like Makardhwaj wati, Suwarna Siddha Makardhwaj, Shilajeet Adi wati, etc.

Ayurvedic Panchkarma therapies:

A special panchkarma procedure known as Uttar basti is very helpful for this condition, Uttar basti should be given under the supervision of a trained ayurvedic doctor only.