Best Doctors in India for ICSI

Profile Highlights:

  • Dr. Sonia Malik is a renowned gynecologist and obstetrician in India specializing in IVF and ART.
  • Dr. Sonia Malik founded the Southend Fertility and IVF Center with the motive of helping infertile couples have a family, and the clinic is considered one of the best in India.
  • She holds an extensive experience of 30+ years in Gynecology, Obstetrics, and Infertility and specializes in various types of ARTs including IVF, ICSI, and IMSI. Dr. Malik has performed over 8000 fertility procedures with around 25 IVF cycles and 20 IUI cycles every month.

Profile Highlights:

  • Dr. Sohani Verma is a well-known Gynecologist and Obstetrician in India, with approximately 22 years of experience in numerous treatments in these disciplines. Dr. Verma serves as a senior consultant at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals.
  • She specializes in infertility and IVF treatments, and she also founded a sperm bank in the hospital in 2002. She has 22 years of IVF and infertility experience in the UK and India.
  • Dr. Sohani Verma worked as the Academic Coordinator for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals in New Delhi.

Profile Highlights:

  • Dr. Sushma Prasad Sinha is one of the top Gynaecologists and Obstetricians in India, having over 35 years of experience. She is primarily a well-known name in infertility & IVF with an unrivalled success rate.
  • Dr. Sinha specialises in the ovarian cyst, fibroid, endometriosis, and ablation laparoscopic procedures; hysteroscopic surgeries, vaginal surgeries, tubal reconstruction, Colposcopy, loop cone cervical biopsies, and fertility preservation surgeries.
  • She works in Indraprastha Apollo Hospital as an obstetrician and gynaecologist.
  • Dr. Sushma Prasad Sinha has also written articles for many medical publications and a book chapter titled “Effective Approach to Basic Evaluation of Subfertile Couples.”

Profile Highlights:

  • Dr. Saroja Koppala is an expert Gynecologist and Obstetrician who is highly trained and experienced in all forms of ART and has helped in achieving a large number of successful pregnancies.
  • She received most of her trainings in infertility and reproductive medicine from prestigious fertility clinics in the UK and has also spent a considerable amount of time in practicing at several renowned hospitals.
  • Dr. Koppala finds interest in the management of women with recurrent miscarriage, repetitive implantation failure, failed IVF cycles, endometriosis, adenomyosis and low ovarian reserve.

Profile Highlights:

  • Dr. Anuradha Kapur is a gynecologist with the experience of around 30 years, who is the director and head of the obstetrics and gynecology department at Max Super Specialty Hospital, New Delhi.
  • She is known as one of the best gynecologists, obstetricians, and infertility specialists in Delhi treating patients who have even suffered repeated IVF failures.
  • Max Hospital has awarded Dr. Kapur with the Physician Appreciation Award for her efficiency, precision, dedication, and compassion.

Profile Highlights:

  • Dr. Nandita Palshetkar is one of the best and leading IVF specialists in India with expertise in all kinds of infertility treatment.
  • She along with Dr. Hrishikesh Pai is responsible for starting Assisted Laser Hatching in India in 1998 and also delivered the first laser hatching twins in the country.
  • With training in IVF and Micromanipulation from the University of Ghent, Belgium, Dr. Nandita Palshetkar has helped more than 25,000 couples to start a family. She along with her team of experts performs more than 3000 ART cycles every year.

Profile Highlights:

  • Dr. Parul Katiyar is a well-known Obstetrician and Gynecologist in India with expertise in Reproductive medicine and the management of infertility.
  • She has close to 2 decades of experience in gynecology and obstetrics and over a decade of experience in infertility and IVF. She provides services for the management of primary and secondary infertility in couples.
  • She is experienced in all types of assisted reproductive techniques and has been part of and has assisted in more than 3000 ART cycles of all forms for patients from various parts of the world.

Profile Highlights:

  • Dr. Hrishikesh Pai is a highly accomplished gynecologist and obstetrician in India and a leading IVF specialist in the country.
  • He has set up several IVF centers all across the country and is associated with several hospitals as the head of the IVF department in collaboration with Bloom IVF Group.
  • Dr. Hrishikesh Pai started the first Assisted Laser Hatching unit as well as the first micromanipulation procedure at Bloom IVF. He also introduced several other fertility treatment procedures and services such as Oocyte freezing and ovarian tissue freezing for patients with cancer.
  • He holds an extensive experience of 35+ years in the field of IVF and fertility treatment and has helped hundreds of couples conceive and start a family.

Profile Highlights:

  • Dr. Kaberi Banerjee is a renowned Gynecologist in Delhi and one of leading infertility and IVF specialists in India.
  • Along with her team of embryologists and experts, Dr. Banerjee has helped in over 10000 pregnancies through ART (Assisted reproductive techniques).
  • She received her training in IVF and fertility treatment from the renowned Guys and St Thomas Hospital in London and also served as the Clinical Fellow at the Hospital for a year.

Profile Highlights:

  • Dr. Lakshmi Chirumamilla is a Gynecologist and Obstetrician based out of Hyderabad and specializes in all types of Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART).
  • She has been part of various infertility clinics in the UK as an Infertility Specialist and is also a trainer for assisted reproduction, IUI, embryo transfer, and the management of infertile couples accredited by British Fertility Society.
  • Dr. Chirumamilla has completed her certificate courses in assisted reproduction and infertility under the aegis of the British Fertility Society as well as the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

Best Hospitals in India for ICSI

Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurugram

Hospital Highlights:

  • Fortis Memorial Research Institute is a multi-super-specialty, quaternary care hospital with 1000 beds. The hospital comprises reputed clinicians, and international faculty and is also equipped with cutting-edge technology. The hospital is a part of Fortis Healthcare Limited, a reputed chain of private hospitals in India.
  • It is a NABH-accredited hospital that is spread across 11 acres of land and has a capacity of 1000 beds. The hospital has 55 specialties and is one of the premier health care centers in the Asia Pacific region popularly known as “the Mecca of Healthcare”.
  • The hospital has 260 diagnostic centers and is also equipped with the latest and advanced techniques that include 3 Telsa which is the world’s first Digital MRI technology. The hospital also has world-class Radiation Therapy techniques which have been developed by leading technology experts from Elekta and Brain Lab.

ICSI

Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection, known as ICSI, is a technique of injecting the sperm cell into the cytoplasm of the egg. This technique is a specialized form of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) which is used for the treatment of severe cases of male-factor infertility. The treatment involves injecting a single sperm directly into a mature egg. This treatment is generally performed in parallel with IVF, where after suitable stimulation the retrieved eggs from a woman after mixed with the sperm of the partner.

Over the years, ICSI and IVF have enabled numerous infertile couples to get pregnant when, without it, they would most likely not have been able to conceive.

Purpose

ICSI can help to overcome several kinds of fertility problems, in various cases such as:

  • The male partner produces too few sperm for artificial insemination or IVF.
  • The sperm can have trouble attaching to the egg.
  • The sperm might not move in a normal fashion.
  • In vitro matured eggs are being used.
  • Previously frozen eggs are being used.
  • A blockage in the male reproductive tract can sometimes keep the sperm from getting out.
  • Eggs have not been fertilized by traditional IVF, regardless of the condition of the sperm.

Procedure

Like any standard IVF treatment, you will receive fertility drugs in order to stimulate your ovaries to develop several mature eggs for fertilization. When your eggs are ready for collection they will be retrieved during a short outpatient procedure. The collected eggs can be used immediately or frozen and used later on.

The sperms are meanwhile collected from the semen sample of the male partner, after which they are washed and a single best sperm is chosen. This sperm is carefully injected into the cytoplasm of the egg with the use of very fine needles. A very powerful microscope is used while carrying out the entire procedure of fertilization.

This fertilized egg is next placed in an incubator. Signs of fertilization generally show after around 24 hours. The egg continues to divide and form an embryo.

When the embryo is three days old and having eight cells, it is ready for being transferred to the uterus. Sometimes the transfer can be done on the fifth day which is known as a blastocyst transfer.

If you’re just having one embryo transferred, then having a blastocyst transfer helps to improve your chances of a successful, healthy, single baby. If all goes well, an embryo will be attaching to your uterus wall and continue growing to become your baby. You can take a pregnancy test after around two weeks.

Risks

There is a higher risk of congenital conditions in your baby. During a natural conception, only the hardest sperm can break through the membrane of an egg for fertilizing it. Weaker sperm is unable to make it. But since this ICSI treatment bypasses this natural selection process, the risk of rare genetic problems carried by the sperm being passed on to the child increases. Some genetic problems can be tested before you have the treatment.

Success rates

Generally, ICSI can fertilize around 50 to 80 percent of the eggs, but sometimes few problems might occur during or after the procedure.

  • A few, many, or all of the eggs may be damaged.
  • The embryo’s growth might stop
  • Even after being injected with sperm, the egg might not grow into an embryo

 

Once fertilization takes place, the chance of giving birth for a couple to a single baby, twins, or triplets, is the same if they have IVF with or without ICSI.

In ICSI and IVF, the chances of birth defects in the baby are a bit slightly higher than in natural conception. However, the slightly higher risk of birth defects is generally known to be due to infertility and not the treatments used to overcome infertility.

There are certain conditions that are associated with the use of ICSI, which include Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome, Angelman syndrome, hypospadias, or sex chromosome abnormalities. They generally occur in over less than 1% of children who are conceived using this technique.

In some cases, the problems causing infertility might be genetic. For example, male children who are conceived with the use of ISCI might have the same infertility issues as their father.

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