TESA and PESA Treatment
Abnormality or blockage in the vas deferens or the epididymis is the reason behind the Azoospermia. The PESA Centre in Punjab also referred to it as obstructive azoospermia. In such cases, an individual is able to produce the sperm in the testes, but they are not able to get out for fertility.
Problems in fertility might need surgical help in an IVF centre in Bathinda so that a couple will be able to conceive a child naturally.
Whereas there is also cognition wherein, the production of sperm in the seminiferous tubules does not happen at all. Or it is happening at a very low level that you cannot detect the sperm in the ejaculation of semen. It is also known as Non-obstructive Azoospermia.
With the help of a surgical method, the doctor can try to extract the sperms from the PESA or epididymis. Or with a TESA to dissect it out of the tubules from the testis. Both the techniques are effective ways to diagnose the real cause of azoospermia.
It is one of the most effective ways to isolate the sperm from the testis for the treatment to reach pregnancy. Even in non-obstructive azoospermia, as long as there is a production of sperm in the testis, then there is a possibility that TESA and PESA be effective measures for retrieving the sperm for the purpose of conceiving.
What Are The Benefits Of TESA And PESA?
Let us now discuss its advantages and how it has helped people in various ways. A modern technology that has made it possible for people to see its magical outcome. It is a great innovation for retrieving a perm for getting pregnant. There are people who are not able to take out their sperm with their semen even though they have enough sperm in their testis. With the help of this machine, the doctor is able to retrieve the sperms for natural pregnancy.
Who Is The Right Candidate For TESA And PESA?
People who are finding it challenging to produce sperm during ejaculation.
These are some of the common possibilities of lack of sperm while you are ejaculating.
- Testicular problems can sometimes result in poor production of sperm. And there are various reasons for an individual to suffer from such circumstances. Some factors include genetic issues, maldescended testes, previous infections (such as Mumps), and many more.
- An irreversible obstruction of the genital tract typically happens because of a previous infection, surgery, and trauma.
- Because of congenital absence that is absent from the birth of the vas deferens, the commonplace that carries the cystic fibroids.
- Having a previous vasectomy or an unsuccessful vasectomy reversal.
What Is The Success Rate Of This Procedure?
If the doctor uses TESA or PESA to retrieve the sperms for an IVF treatment, they might notice a similar success rate compared to the natural technique of using fresh semen. It is a regular procedure that is very effective in retrieving the sperm.