Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection, more commonly referred as ICSI, is potent fertilization method used in the In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) process. The only difference between standard IVF and ICSI is in the method used to allow the sperm to fertilize the egg. This adjunct procedure has helped millions of couples overcome their infertility issues.
Today, with advances in Assisted Reproductive Technology, we are fortunate to have a variety of proven fertility treatments available. One of the most common fertility treatments is IUI.
These days many women delay having families. They may not be in a committed relationship and ready to marry, they may want to pursue a career first, and they don’t feel totally ready to have a family. However, as women age, their egg quality declines resulting in fertility issues. Egg freezing has become a perfect solution for those women who want to preserve their eggs at a younger reproductive age, for later use.
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is a proven and effective infertility treatment. Because of its long record of success and well-earned reputation, the method is often the first option that comes to mind when a person or a couple is facing any infertility issue. But what is IVF exactly? And what should ‘parents-to-be’ know first about IVF? Today, Superior A.R.T. has the answers.