PESA/TESE

Recent advances in infertility treatment have increased the success rate of relevant procedures and given infertile men the opportunity to have their own children. 

Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration (PESA) 

In cases where the man is afflicted with obstructive azoospermia (OA), which is defined as the absence of spermatozoa in the ejaculate despite normal spermatogenesis, an insulin needle impregnated with a special substance (culture medium) is inserted through the skin of the scrotum to collect sperm from the epididymis. This technique is used for men who have problems with testicular functions and spermatogenesis, men with congenital absence of the efferent ducts (in patients with cystic fibrosis), and those who have previously undergone vasectomy but failed to restore it.


Testicular Sperm Extraction (TESE)

TESE is often recommended to men who cannot produce sperm by ejaculation. This technique involves inserting a small needle into the testicles to extract sperm from the seminiferous tubules under local anaesthesia. This technique is used for men who have problems with testicular functions and spermatogenesis, men with congenital absence of the efferent ducts (in patients with cystic fibrosis), and those who have previously undergone vasectomy but failed to restore it.


Mom Fertility and Infertility Treatment Centre employs the most up-to-date equipment and recruits experienced specialists in order to provide clients with specialized services.