For a man’s sperm to fertilize a woman’s egg, the head of the sperm must attach itself to the outside of the egg or the ova. Then the sperm pushes through the outer layer of the egg to reach into the inside of the egg (cytoplasm). Sometimes this sperm finds it difficult to penetrate the outer layer. A procedure called Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) may aid in fertilizing the egg by micro-injection of the sperm directly into the egg.
In traditional IVF, the sperm are mixed with the woman’s egg in a laboratory setting outside the woman’s body. If ICSI is needed, a minute needle is used to inject a sperm into the center of the egg. The fertilized egg is then grown in a laboratory for a period of about one to five days, then it is implanted back into the woman’s uterus (womb) to grow as a healthy baby.
Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) helps to overcome a man’s fertility problems, for instance:
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