What is it?
It consists of the microinjection of spermatozoa into the oocyte, during which a single sperm is injected into the cytoplasm of the oocyte using a purpose-built micromanipulator system.
Microinjection techniques make it possible to obtain in vitro fertilisation even in the presence of very poor-quality seminal fluid.
It is recommended in the presence of very poor-quality seminal fluid parameters, i.e. with a very low number of sperm and/or spermatozoa with poor motility.
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Find out more
SISMeR provides its patients with useful information on topics related to infertility and Medically-Assisted Procreation techniques. For this, it has published a series of booklets that are given to patients when they visit their SISMeR Centre.