Intracytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection

I MSI is the acronym of Intracytoplasmic Morphologically Selecetd sperm injection . IMSI is the laboratory technique being used in the laboratory for the IVF treatment involving the process of insertion of the sperms into the egg  to enhance the fertilization process. It uses high power magnification for the visualization of the sperm, allowing the experts to select the best sperm with high chances of fertility to be inserted into the eggs for a high degree of chances of pregnancy among couple to give a birth to a new life.

With the help of high power magnifying microscope IMSI experts are able to assess the normal sperms and differentiate between the normal sperms and the sperms with the abnormalities. Hence, preventing the injection of sperms with abnormalities into the egg which might result into lower chances of fertilization, affecting the success rate of IMSI Delhi. 

Working Of IMSI

IMSI incorporates high power magnifying microscope enhanced with advanced digital imaging. This microscope magnifies the sperms approximately to an extent of 6000 times of its actual size. This magnification helps the embryologist to enlarge the sperms helping in powerful sperm with fertilizing capability and motility.

Procedure of IMSI

Females are given fertility drugs to simulate the egg production.

Eggs are collected when ready, once the follicle grows to 17-22mm.

Female injected with some hormonal injection (Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin) before 36 hrs of egg collection.

HCG injection simulates the maturation of egg.

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