ICSI

Used in 70% of cycles, but can be detrimental

For some it’s absolutely necessary but for others it doesn't improve outcomes and can even hurt your chances

We Cover every crucial issue on ICSI

Who should use or avoid ICSI, the risks it carries to outcomes and offspring, which clinics have shown competece, and more

ICSI
Not every patient needs it, not every lab is good at it
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One Hub For Knowledge

Learnings from over 44 top studies and insight from experts on fertility, reproductive urology, embryology and more

Pro Tips & Checklists

Concrete action plans and frameworks to plan every major decision along the way, training you to ask the right questions

Video Tutorials

Easy-to-follow summaries and analysis to help you learn at your own pace

Lesson Plan

We cover how male factor, non-male factor, poor responders, advanced maternal age, patients using PGS, and others respond to ICSI versus Conventional Insemination. We take a closer look at the specific metrics, like ICSI fertilization rate, needed to quantify a laboratory’s ability. We also delve into the data about how ICSI may increase the rate of birth defects and the urogenital impact to male offspring. We cite over 40 studies and use insights gleaned from interviews with embryologists, andrologists, reproductive urologists and reproductive endocrinologists.

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