What is it?
what is it about?
In ICSI, the specialist selects the spermatozoa with the naked eye, based on their motility and morphology. However, given the number of spermatozoa found in a sperm sample, this process is somewhat subjective.
Triple selection allows our embryologists to make a more objective choice, according to a series of measurable parameters. This technique unites three selection methods that are normally performed separately: Density gradients (separation based on sperm motility), MACS (selection based on apoptosis), PICSI (Physiological intracytoplasmic sperm injection, with selection of sperm based on sperm maturation).
who is it for?
- High rate of fragmentation in sperm DNA.
- Repeated abortions without known cause.
- Low quality embryos obtained in previous treatments.
- Low sperm count.
- Spermatozoa with abnormal morphology or mobility.