Men can also have their own “biological” descendants?
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Recently, Zhaoqing Xijiang Hospital implemented a microscopic testicular cutting sperm in response to a non -obstructive sperm -free patient, not only found sperm, but also successfully cultivated three high -quality embryos; the successful implementation of this technology allowed local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -local non -non -local non -non -local non -non -local non -non -non -non -non -non -non -non -non -non -non -non -that local -time -effective that technique Patients with obstructive definition also have the hope of maternity “biological” offspring.
Micro -essence+embryonic cultivation, so that no spermosis can be re -enabled
The main knife of the first microscope of Zhaoqing’s microscope underclavation is Dr. Liu Wujiang, Director of the Dr. Liu Wujiang, Director of the Master Diagnosis and Treatment Center from Zhaoqing Hospital in Zhaoqing, Guangdong Province. Deputy team leader, chairman of the male science branch of Zhaoqing Medical Association). According to reports, non -obstructive sperm non -sperm non -sperm -informed pipelines are basically normal, but the function of sperm producing sperm in the testicles is severely damaged or completely lost, which makes the sperm in the sperm ejaculating without sperm. This situation is the worst type of male sperm -free, accounting for about 60%to 75%of the sperm -ncement. In the past, patients with non -obstructive spermatozoa could only obtain non -blood relationships by adopting or adopting artificial insemination. However, with the application of testicular micro -sperm combination of single sperm injection technology, some patients with non -spermosis can also have the opportunity to have their own offspring.
“The testicular cutting of the microscope is the best way to extract sperm for patients with non -obstructive sperm non -sperm -free,” pointed out. “Dr. Liu Wujiang pointed out. In the case of a microscope for 10 to 25 times, find a area with better local sperm, and then extract small sperm tubes that may contain sperm, and with the assistance of the embryo laboratory, it will go to the 200 ~ 400 times higher microscope to find sperm. Then, in -ovary single sperm injection was performed in the laboratory, and it fostered its own embryo. At present, this technology is very mature, and there are few postoperative complications. It is a mainstream surgical method.
Whether you can succeed in the end depends on these points
However, how high can the probability of finding sperm under a microscope? Dr. Liu Wujiang admits that “the overall probability is 40%to 50%, and analysis should be performed according to different causes.” Moreover, if the first surgery fails, the probability of successful secondary surgery is about 18.4%.
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In addition, in response to the success rate of the success rate of pregnancy after the microfeline that everyone is more concerned about, Dr. Liu Wujiang also gave some data answers -for non -obstructive azoospermia patients, after obtaining sperm The success rate of embryonic cultivation is about 20%to 40%; as for whether it can be successfully transplanted (successfully “sowing” in the female uterine cavity), it is necessary to see the quality of the embryo.
Generally speaking, embryo scientists will score the embryo on the third and fifth day by observing various indicators of the embryo appearance, and select 1 to 2 high -quality embryos for transplantation, thereby improving the patient’s test tube success rate. However, Dr. Liu Wujiang reminded patients that “do not have to tangled the score of embryos too much, because except for the quality of the embryo, the age of the woman, the endometrial environment, and the level of mother hormones will affect the success rate of transplantation.” Therefore, the heavier is the comprehensive treatment and conditioning of the body during the entire auxiliary reproductive process.
It is reported that about 10%to 15%of the world ’s nursery couples in the world have infertility, and the problem may not be on the woman; data shows that male factors account for about 30%to 50%, and patients with no sperm -free patients account for men. Infertility patients are about 10%. Therefore, when the pregnancy is not long, both the couple should come to check at the same time.