(ICSI) Intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection
Intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is a technique whereby, instead of being left to fertilise in a dish, the sperm is directly injected into the egg in the laboratory. This increases the chances of success for couples where there may be a problem with fertilisation, such as male factor infertility or previous abnormal fertilisation.
(PGT-M) Pre-implantation Genetic Testing for Monogenetic Disease
For patients carrying known genetic disorders, using PGT-M provides them with the best chance of having a child free of the disease. Embryos created through a cycle of IVF are screened for the disease, and only disease-free embryos are replaced in embryo transfer.
Embryoscope is an exciting technology which allows our embryologists to watch the development of embryos in the incubator with time-lapse technology. This not only means that they get a clearer idea of how the embryos are developing, it also means that the embryos do not have to be removed from the incubator to be inspected, so their environment remains constant.
(PGT-A) Pre-implantation Genetic Testing for Aneuploidy
PGT-A is a technique used to assess embryos for chromosomal abnormalities. It involves the removal of one or more cells from embryos before they are transferred.