IVF with TESE or microTESE
Male fertility depends on producing normal sperm that is able to reach and fertilize the egg. If there is any issue in a man that lowers his chances for reproduction or sometimes prevents him from causing a pregnancy- we are considering a male infertility.
Many azoospermic patients with non-obstructive azoospermia (NOA) might be candidates for sperm aspiration as part of their in vitro fertilization procedure. Because sperm might be present in some but not all parts of the testes of such men, multiple samplings of the testicular tissue are usually performed to increase the probability of finding sperm in NOA patients.
These samplings can be done by 2 methods:
1) TESE (testicular sperm extraction), which is actually a surgical biopsy of the testis;
2) microTESE – Microsurgical testicular sperm extraction.
For men with non-obstructive azoospermia, we do not recommend having fine needle aspiration or biopsy before microTESE. Many studies have shown that microTESE yields the highest sperm retrieval rate and causes the least amount of damage to the testis.
- Initial consultation with a fertility specialist (personal physician and medical coordinator who will be in constant contact with you at all stages of your treatment)
- Individual treatment planning for each patient.
- Monitoring ovarian stimulation.
- Hormonal monitoring of ovarian response.
- Egg retrieval under general anesthesia.
- TESE or microTESE procedure
- Embryo culture.
- Embryo transfer.
- Detailed report on embryological development and photographs of transferred embryos.
- Assistance with hotel and travel arrangements.
- 2 Airport transfers and a free city tour with a guide.
- Patient support during and after the treatment program.
TESE 2.700 EUR + 545 EUR
microTESE 2.700 EUR + 1.200 EUR
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