The ICSI procedure is performed when the egg is ready to hatch.
The man must make a sperm sample from the cup or the sperm must be operated on.
In the ICSI process, a small needle, called a micropipette, is used to inject sperm into the centre of an egg.
Monitoring the Embryo The fertilized embryos were stored in the laboratory for up to 6 days. During this time, they show signs of growth and development
When the embryo reaches the developmental stage, 1 or 2 embryos are selected and transferred to the woman's uterus using ultrasound.