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Intracyctoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

ICSI is used to complement IVF treatment when there is reduced sperm quality or when fertilisation in previous attempts was unsuccessful.
The only requirement is the presence of at least a few motile sperm in the ejaculate, testis or epididymis. A single sperm cell is inserted directly into the egg cell with a thin needle under the microscope. This method results in a more than 90% chance of succesfully fertilized mature eggs. The success rate (pregnancy rate per treatment cycle) is comparable with normal IVF.
 
 
 

Dreams which have come true

Happy parents give encouragement

Finally our baby!

Since our biggest wish - the one of finally becoming parents - didn't realize, we decided to undergo IVF treatment.
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Our baby!

Experience says it is a huge burden,
love says it is the greatest happiness,
we say that it is our baby!
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Should no one ever call me mommy?

I've tried to get pregnant for 6 years but it never happened.
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