I dont know…I have never experienced such a kind of procedure…so I have no idea..thanks!!
yeah..there are certain risks with icsi…I advise u to consult ur gynec n decide what is the best take
Yes, there are certain risks that accompany the process of ICSI - intracytoplasmic sperm injection. You need to understand that ICSI is only a step to induce fertilization of the egg and the sperm and the rest of the procedure will follow in vitro fertilization. For this method, medications are given for stimulation of the ovaries to produce multiple eggs. This can cause ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome in females. In addition, it also paves way for ectopic pregnancy, spontaneous abortions and multiple pregnancies. Women are also prone to develop pelvic infections which if not treated in time can cause grave problems in the future.
Yes, I have heard about this..One of my friend suffered from ectopic pregnancy when icsi was used…but god willing timely intervention was done and she cud survive..
ICSI is yet another method of assisted reproductive technology. This method is meant for couples, where male infertility is the causative factor for failed fertilization. In this method, the sperm is directly injected into the egg and is kept for fertilization. This method though has several success stories to its credit, at the same time it also has certain complications and risks factors associated with it. Risks of multiple pregnancies, ectopic pregnancy and ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome follow the method of ICSI. In addition, new research news that have been doing the rounds state that children born thru icsi are at an increased risk of developing congenital abnormalities.