Microscopic Testicular Sperm Extraction
Microscopic testicular sperm extraction (microTESE) is a procedure that takes sperm directly from the testicular tissue of a man’s reproductive system. If a man can’t release or make enough healthy sperm naturally, this medical
the procedure may be recommended for fertility reasons (to enable the man to father a child).
In patients with non-obstructive azoospermia, micro the procedure increases the chances of sperm retrieval.
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This technique is superior to ICSI as it gives consistently better results than ICSI. This technique
also separates DNA fragmented sperms from normal sperms.
What is microscopic testicular sperm extraction?
Microscopic testicular sperm extraction (microTESE) is a procedure that takes sperm directly from the testicular tissue of a man’s reproductive system. If a man can’t release or make enough healthy sperm naturally, this
the medical procedure may be recommended for fertility reasons (to enable the man to father a child).
The testicular tissue is found in the two testes, where the sperm is made. The testes are found inside
the scrotum, the small sac behind and under the penis.
What is male infertility?
Infertility is a disease of the reproductive system that makes it difficult for the body to perform the
basics of reproduction. It affects both men and women. Most infertility cases are treated with
medication or surgery.
Male infertility in its most severe form may be caused by a condition known as nonobstructive
azoospermia (the man does not produce sperm), or obstructive azoospermia (sperm is produced,
but blocked, and can’t be released from the body).
Many times, the causes of infertility are unexplained. Sometimes, the difficulties may be from a
genetic disease such as cystic fibrosis, a birth defect, a medical problem, or the result of an earlier
treatment that may cause infertility (such as certain cancer treatments). In other cases, we do not
know what the cause of the infertility is, but we still have treatments that may help.
How is infertility diagnosed?
If a couple is unable to conceive a child after several months of trying without birth control, they
should see a doctor. If the woman is older than 35, the couple should see a doctor sooner. Your
healthcare provider will perform a physical exam of both partners to check for any physical issues
that may be causing infertility. The provider will also ask many questions and discuss each person’s