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  • retrieval
  • There are no risks to the male partner once the sperm has been obtained - and only negligible risks if sperm retrieval techniques are used. (scrcivf.com)
  • Surgically
  • In addition, sperm subjected to cryopreservation (freezing) and thawing, or sperm recovered surgically from the testis (testis biopsy) may also require ICSI. (rmscva.com)
  • Semen
  • Based on semen analysis, the volume was determined to be 3.4 cc, with a concentration of 2 × 10 6 /mL, 73% immotility, and 99% sperm with head and neck anomalies. (hindawi.com)
  • If there is no sperm in his semen, doctors can extract sperm from him under local anaesthetic. (healthsparks.org)
  • testes
  • It can be used to help men who have a total blockage of any part of the male tubing from the testes as sperm can be 'sucked' directly from the blocked tubing or from the testicle itself. (essentialparent.com)
  • technique
  • This technique may be suggested if fewer than 100,000 sperm may be capable of being retrieved for routine IVF, or in cases where very few sperm shows adequate movement. (essentialparent.com)
  • This technique is very cost-effective, and will give you the same high chance for getting pregnant as any couple with normal sperm. (newhopefertility.com)