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      What Are The Common Differences Between TESA And TESE Procedures?

      What Are The Common Differences Between TESA And TESE Procedures?

      TESA And TESE Sperm Extraction Option

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        In male factor infertility, men produce semen without sperm in the seminal fluid. This condition is also known as azoospermia.

        In some cases, the lack of sperm in ejaculation is due to the blockage in the male genital system. According to the Gynaecologist in Bathinda, this particular issue is obstructive azoospermia.

        There are also cases wherein there is an interference or disturbance in the production of the sperm with low sperm quality called non-obstructive azoospermia.

        Fortunately, couples fighting these battles still have the possibility of conceiving a child via other options to fertilize the eggs in the best ivf center in Punjab.

        They can choose surgical retrieval of sperm that the doctor will inject into an egg for fertilization. TESA (Testicular Sperm Aspiration) and TESE (Testicular Sperm Extraction) are the two most common types of sperm extraction techniques that doctors in a TESA Centre in Punjab conduct to treat male infertility.

        In this blog, we are going to talk about the common differences between TESA and TESE.

         Differences Between TESA And TESE

        TESA (Testicular Sperm Aspiration)

        The doctor performs the TESA on men to retrieve the sperm for further procedure of fertilizing the egg via IVF or ICSI. The doctor prescribes the patient some local anesthesia before they begin the whole ordeal. Apart from that, they also coordinate the procedure with the female partner’s egg retrieval.

        At the time of this procedure, the doctor inserts a needle in the testicle precisely and then aspirates the tissues or sperm. It is an ideal process for those men who are detected with obstructive azoospermia. There are also some cases wherein TESA is not able to give enough sperm or tissues and would require an open testis biopsy.

        It is a very simple procedure that the doctor can perfume in the clinic itself. In such a situation, the professional will numb one or both testicles first before retrieving the sperm with the help of a needle. In this way, the physician can obtain a tiny sample of tissues or sperm so that they can examine it under the microscope later.

        We highly recommend TESA to men unable to release or produce healthy sperm naturally. The main reasons for this treatment are fertility and the ability to birth a child of their own.

         TESE (Testicular Sperm Extraction)

        In TESE, the doctor conducts the whole procedure with a tiny incision in the testis. This process helps them to examine the presence of sperm in the tubules. It is also a scheduled process, which the doctor performs in accordance with the female egg retrieval. A simple method that the doctor usually performs in the operating room for better results. The doctor prescribes mild to medium sedation before the whole process.

        In this method, the surgeon cryopreserved the sperm for future procedures of either IVF or ICSI. We have also introduced Micro TESE for the purpose of the optimal form of extracting the sperm from men who do not have any sperm present in their semen after they ejaculate.