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Intracytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection (IMSI) is a boon for the infertile males. It is considered to be the stepping stone in the world of infertility.
What is IMSI?
Intracytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection is a process of selecting a single highly motile sperm and injecting it into the egg for the embryo formation. The female egg that is taken for the process should be already matured. IMSI is the advanced form of ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) treatment for male infertility.
When to undergo an IMSI treatment?
- Male infertility calls for IMSI treatment.
- Male with poor sperm count should opt for this procedure.
- Poor sperm morphology also calls for IMSI treatment.
- Men whose sperm motility is less than 20% should go for IMSI.
- Couples who consistently fail to have a child even after IVF or ICSI.
- It is for males whose wives have gone through miscarriages earlier.
Results of IMSI
High motility does not always define the best quality sperm. Through IMSI, high motility sperm is selected for the infusion. IMSI reduces the chances of miscarriages at a faster rate. It also rapidly increases the pregnancy rates.
IIRFT and IMSI
International Institute of Reproduction and Fertility Training offer an advanced course in ICSI. It involves detailed knowledge and study of IMSI. An advance course ICSI is a five day course and is more suitable for applicants who posses sound knowledge of oocyte handling and IVF procedures.
The best part of joining IIRFT is the skilled and experienced staff that is always on their toes to guide you throughout the training period. Introduction of latest technologies and hand-on practice is encouraged at IIRFT.At IIRFT, live demonstrations and videos are used to impart knowledge and provide you with practical experience.
If you have the passion to learn about state of the ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology) with cutting edge technology under the guidance of Dr. Rita Bakshi & Competent Team, Get admission now by filling the details in the section mentioned below or write us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any query.