TESA & TESE procedures
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TESE (Testicular Sperm Extraction) and TESA (Testicular Sperm Aspiration)
TESE and TESA procedures are applicable when there is a medical condition of a male whose seminal fluid contains no reproductive cells, called azoospermia. TESE is actually a surgical biopsy of the testicles, whereas TESA infers sticking a needle in the testicles and aspirating fluid and a group of functionally and structurally identical cells along with intercellular substance with negative pressure absorption.
TESE and TESA
The Network of Reproductive Medical Centers “Mother and Child” urologists and andrologists have an extensive experience in treatment of male reproductive system dysfunctions and urological disorders. Azoospermia may came as a shock to a man with a normal libido and normal sexual functionality. The comprehension that your visibly absolutely normal looking semen contains no sperm cells is a serious reason to seek medical aid. Our surgically trained urologists are capable of performing both TESE and TESA procedures to patients with nonobstructive azoospermia to obtain sample collection of testicular tissues in order to find high quality male reproductive cells with the ability to accomplish fertilization through intracytoplasmic sperm injection.
can only be performed if the patient has indications for surrogacy, that is medical evidence of one of the following diagnoses:
- The absence
of the uterus .
- Deformation of the
cavity or cervix.
- Structural and morphological, or
anatomical changes in the
endometrium of the uterus
- Diseases in which pregnancy
and childbirth may endanger
a woman's life
- Complex somatic
- 5 IVF
A surrogate mother must have excellent mental and physical health, be between 25-35 years old, be the natural mother of at least one child and not have ontraindications for pregnancy.
- Selecting a
- Synchronization cycle of biological mother (or donor) and recipient (surrogate mother)
- Structural and morphological, or anatomical changes in the endometrium of the uterus
- Transvaginal oocytes puncture and sperm collection from a biological father
- Embryo Cultivation
- Embryo Transfer into
the uterus of a surrogate mother
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