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First of all, the eggs of the expectant mother are collected and kept in the laboratory for a while, then the eggs are peeled and the mature cells are separated. The aim here is to determine the mature eggs to be used for microinjection. Afterwards, the sperms in the semen sample taken from the male are prepared by washing method and injected into each mature egg with special devices called micromanipulators. Then, it is monitored at 24-hour intervals in special cabinets called incubators where internal environment is adjusted and constantly observed. Meanwhile, the egg injected with sperm is stored in special liquids called medium. The success rate of this procedure depends on the preparation of the couple, the conditions of the embryology laboratory and, of course, a teamwork of the experienced embryologist and nurse crew.

ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection – Microinjection) is an advanced reproductive technology preferred especially in cases of male infertility problems or where traditional fertilization methods have failed. At Vita Altera IVF, we aim to turn the dreams of couples wishing to have children into reality with this special technique.

Before starting the ICSI process, the eggs collected from the prospective mother are carefully preserved in a laboratory environment for a period. During this time, the eggs are meticulously examined, peeled, and mature cells are selected. The purpose of this stage is to determine the mature eggs to be used for the microinjection process.

Sperms from the male’s semen sample are prepared using a special washing method. The highest quality sperms obtained through this method are carefully injected into each mature egg one by one using special devices called micromanipulators. This precise procedure ensures the sperm is directly placed inside the egg, thereby increasing the chance of fertilization.

The injected eggs are stored in special incubators, where the internal environment is carefully regulated and continuously monitored. These special cabinets provide the ideal conditions for the embryos’ development. The development of the embryo is monitored at 24-hour intervals. During this process, the sperm-injected eggs are kept in special fluids that support embryo development.

The success of the ICSI procedure depends on the couple being well-prepared for this process, the high standards of the embryology laboratory, and the meticulous work of the experienced embryologist and nursing team. At Vita Altera IVF, with our advanced technology laboratory infrastructure and expert health team, we aim to provide treatment plans tailored to each couple’s specific situation, ensuring they can have children in the most efficient way possible.

We are here to serve you best on your journey to building the family of your dreams. With the ICSI method, we aim to be a beacon of hope for couples experiencing infertility issues and to be by their side during this challenging process. At Vita Altera IVF, we will continue to follow the latest developments in reproductive health and technologies, offering our couples the highest success rates.