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14. What is in icsi- ivf  Expensive ?A: The average cost of an IVF cycle in the United States is $12,400. Like other extremely delicate medical procedures. (in usa )A: The average cost of an IVF cycle in the United kindum is pounds 7300. Like other extremely delicate medical procedures. ( United kindum )A: The average cost of an IVF cycle in the UAE  is dirham 40000. Like other extremely delicate medical procedures. ( United Arab Emirates )

What are the success rates of ICSI?The success rates for ICSI are higher than if you use conventional IVF methods. A lot depends on your particular fertility problem and your age. The younger you are, the healthier your eggs usually are, and the higher your chances of success. The percentage of cycles using ICSI which result in a live birth are:

  • 35 per cent if you are under 35
  • 29 per cent if you are between 35 and 37
  • 21 per cent if you are between 38 and 39
  • 14 per cent if you are aged between 40 and 42
  • six per cent if you are between 43 and 44
  • five per cent if you are over 44

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15.  How does icsi- ivf  work and risk of future infertility ?

  • ICSI is a more expensive procedure than IVF.
  • ICSI has been in use for a shorter time than IVF. So experts are still learning about its possible effects.
  • The same risks associated with standard IVF procedure, such as multiple births and ectopic pregnancy, apply to ICSI.
  • You may have a higher risk of congenital conditions such as cerebral palsy in your baby. The risk rises from three per cent for naturally conceived children to about six per cent after IVF or ICSI. One large study found a higher rate of abnormalities in ICSI babies when compared with IVF babies. But this risk is still low.
  • During natural conception, only the hardiest sperm manage to travel great distances and break through the membrane of an egg to fertilise it. Weaker sperm don’t make it. But because ICSI bypasses this natural selection process, there’s an increased risk of rare genetic problems carried by the sperm being passed on to the child. Some but not all genetic problems can be tested for before you have the treatment.
  • ICSI is a more expensive procedure than IVF.

Couples undergoing what is a relatively new procedure are naturally concerned to know about all of the risks involved. Certain risks are common to in vitro fertilisation and ICSI; namely, the chance of developing Ovarian HyperStimulation Syndrome and the chance of multiple pregnancy. However, while there have been nearly two million babies born following standard in vitro fertilisation treatment, the number of babies born following ICSI is probably a few hundred thousand. From assessment of these babies following ICSI, the following represents the current state of our knowledge about the possibility of abnormalities. It is an unfortunate fact that 3 in every 100 babies born naturally, i.e. not as a result of fertility treatment, are born with a major malformation.  Normally a child is born with forty-six chromosomes (the structures which carry the genes). Girls have two X chromosomes (46 XX) and boys have one X and one Y (46 XY). In natural conceptions, approximately one in every two hundred children has an abnormality in the number of these X or Y chromosomes, e.g. perhaps an extra X or Y chromosome, making 47 XXX or 47 XXY. It appears that with ICSI the chance of having this particular abnormality is doubled to one in a hundred children. However in half of these cases it is likely that this particular abnormality may not be a new abnormality in the baby but the abnormal chromosome may be transmitted from the father to the child. Indeed the abnormal chromosome may be the reason for the fathers’ infertility. CRM London strongly recommends that men undergoing ICSI treatment have a chromosome test to determine in advance if they do carry an abnormal number of chromosomes themselves, which could potentially be transmitted to their offspring. Over the past few years it has been realised that approximately 10% to 15% of men who have no sperm or very low numbers of sperm have a specific defect in one of their genes that is responsible for producing sperm (this is called the DAZ gene). It is quite possible that this gene defect will be passed on to a male child, which could result in the child also, in the future, being infertile. It is now possible to test for this gene defect and the CRM London recommends that this test be performed prior to undergoing anICSI procedure in men with very low numbers of sperm. This will enable you to be fully informed about the risk of potential problems in your children. Couples can avail themselves of the counselling facilities to discuss the implications of these tests. There have been reports in the medical literature that boys born as a result of ICSI have a higher risk of abnormalities of the genital tract and in particular a condition called hypospadias in which the urine is passed not through the tip of the penis but through an opening lower down the shaft. This condition would require surgical correction. The largest study to date of the 3,000 pregnancies discussed above did not show that this condition occurred more frequently in boys born as a result of ICSI compared to the normal population. Finally some men are infertile because they have a condition called congenital bilateral absence of the vas deferens (CBAVD). These men produce sperm in the testicles but lack the tubes connecting the testicles to the penis (this is called the vas) and so no sperm are ejaculated. A high proportion of men with this condition carry the gene for cystic fibrosis. It is recommended that men with no or very few sperm have this test before proceeding to ICSI treatment.  At CRM London we can perform a male genetic ICSI profile prior to undergoing ICSI treatment. This consists of a single blood test and will include a chromosome analysis, test for abnormality of the DAZ gene and a cystic fibrosis screen. Please discuss details of this test with your doctor or IVF co-ordinator.

Note : Round about  56 %  female  are not pregnant  for normal way after ivf  proses.Due to use  high potency Hormonal and other  medicines.

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