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IVF – ICSI

In Vitro Fertilisation is a type of assisted reproduction process which involves the collection of female eggs after the hormonal stimulation of the ovaries. The collected eggs will be fertilised inside a laboratory using the sperm of the husband.

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Family Balancing

Family Balancing gives parents the opportunity to choose the sex of their baby if it is important for them to specifically have a baby boy or a baby girl.

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IUI

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a procedure that makes use of washed concentrated sperm and places it in the uterus, near the time of a woman’s ovulation, via a catheter.

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Genetic Testing

Genetic Testing of embryos helps identify specific genes that can potentially lead to a disease, or chromosomal abnormalities that could hinder pregnancy.

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PESA

Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration or PESA is a Surgical Sperm Retrieval (SSR) procedure where a fine needle is inserted into the epididymis, above the testis, and sperm is then obtained by gentle suction.

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TESA / TESE

If your semen analysis shows that you do not have sperm within your ejaculate, there are different methods of surgically retrieving the sperm, which is sometimes referred to as Surgical Sperm Retrieval (SSR).

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Micro TESE

Micro TESE stands for Microsurgical Sperm Retrieval from the Testicle and involves an incision in the scrotum through which both testicles can be seen.

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Sperm Freezing

Sperm freezing, also referred to as sperm banking is a method of preserving sperm cells.

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Testicular Mapping

Testicular Mapping is a minimally invasive procedure during which a fine needle is placed in different areas of the testes to obtain small samples of testicular fluid.

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Semen Analysis

A semen analysis is a vital part of any infertility assessment because in almost 50% of couples there is a problem with either the sperm quality or sperm count which may prevent a pregnancy from occurring.

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