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In order to collect fluid for analysis, we usually insert a fine needle into the epididymis. This is called Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration (PESA) or Micro Epididymal Sperm Aspiration (MESA).
If either of these procedures does not retrieve sperm, a second procedure called Testicular Sperm Extraction (TeSE) can be attempted. This involves taking a biopsy from the testis for close analysis under a microscope. Depending on the case, this may require open or closed surgery to retrieve the biopsy.
Our doctor will discuss the operation with you in detail, focusing on the procedure likely to produce the best results for you.
Testicular Sperm Extraction (TESE)
TESE is often used to diagnose the cause of azoospermia. It involves one or several minor cuts in the testes. It can also get enough tissue for sperm extraction. The sperm can be used fresh or frozen. A nerve block is an anesthetic injected into nerves to treat pain.
Testicular Sperm Aspiration (TESA)
TESA is also sometimes called Testicular Fine Needle Aspiration (TFNA). TESA Infertility Treatment can be used to diagnose or treat azoospermia. It can also be used to collect sperm from the testicles. A thin needle punctures the skin and testis to pull out sperm gently. No other cuts are needed.
TESA with Mapping
Aspiration is a medical procedure used to remove tissue samples. This is where TESA is done with many needle aspirations spread throughout the testes. Some physicians feel this method is comparable to TESE at recovering sperm. TESA is sometimes used for patients with non-obstructive azoospermia.
Microsurgical Epididymal Sperm Aspiration (MESA)
MESA procedure can be used to retrieve lots of healthy sperms that can be saved and frozen for later. MESA surgery uses a surgical microscope to help retrieve sperm from the epididymis tubes. This method is very safe. However, it calls for general anesthesia and a highly skilled micro-surgeon.
Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration (PESA)
PESA procedure is similar to TESA, can be done many times at a low cost and without a surgical cut, and is especially suited for obstructive azoospermia. It doesn’t need a high-powered microscope so that more urologists can do it. PESA is done under local or general anesthesia.
Microsurgical Testicular Sperm Extraction (Micro-TESE)
Micro-TESE is done only for non-obstructive azoospermia. The outer cover of the testicle is opened, and the inside is checked. Micro-TESE is usually done in the operating room. This way, more of the testis is examined, but less tissue is removed. There’s also less damage to the blood vessels.
We specialize in minimally invasive treatment for men. We give individualized care suited to each patient’s needs and ailments based on their health condition.
Our clinic has the latest technology and advanced equipment to assist in sperm retrieval. We aim to provide our patients with the highest treatment and service standards.
We understand that the needs of our patients extend beyond physical ailments. We offer various patient services, including mind and body wellness programs designed to help you conceive.
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ZEEVA FERTILITY – BEST SURGICAL SPERM RETRIEVAL TREATMENT CENTRE IN NOIDA
Zeeva Fertility is committed to providing compassionate and ethical fertility treatment. It is designed to maximise the chances of a successful TeSA. We work on the most basic therapies and the most sophisticated reproductive technologies. We are widely recognised for personalised attention and clinical excellence. We understand our patient’s needs and go beyond medical treatment. And that is why we also provide supplemental services in our fertility clinic, such as mind and body wellness programs.
SHWETA GOSWAMI – SURGICAL SPERM RETRIEVAL SPECIALIST IN NOIDA
Having 15 years of experience, Dr. Shweta Goswami is an internationally trained Infertility Specialist in Noida, leading Zeeva Fertility, the best surgical sperm retrieval center in Noida. She is known for her ethical, transparent, professional, and clinical approach. She is an acclaimed ICSI and Infertility Specialist in Noida, having expertise in surgical sperm retrieval, ICSI, Donor Egg IVF, Hysteroscopy, Laparoscopy, Male Infertility, Sexual Dysfunction, etc. Over the years, Dr. Shweta has gained loyal clientele and other honorable clients due to her constant dedication, precision, and compassion.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
01/ How long will it take to retrieve sperm surgically?
The procedure takes about 20-30 minutes. If the aspirates fail to show viable sperm, the surgeon will proceed to the other options (TESE), usually on another day.
02/ What can I do if it doesn’t work?
If you’ve had surgical sperm retrieval and it hasn’t been successful, you may want to consider other options for having a family, such as using donor sperm in treatment or adopting.
03/ Which surgical sperm retrieval treatment procedure is recommended?
There are numerous ways to harvest sperm from a man with average sperm production and a blockage. TESA procedure is the simplest and most cost-effective in the aspiration of sperm.
04/ What should I expect if it is my first time visiting the clinic?
Initially, you’ll probably just be asked to answer a few questions, and your genitals may be examined. If necessary, you may be asked later to have some blood tests or produce a sperm sample (if possible).
05/ Do these methods of collecting sperm carry any risks?
Surgical sperm retrieval is a low-risk procedure, but as with all operations, there can be complications, including bleeding, infection, and hematoma (blood clot) in the testicle. There is also a minimal risk of testicular damage and chronic testicular pain.