Testicular Sperm Aspiration (TESA)

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TESA: TESA is Testicular Sperm Aspiration which involves retrieval of testicular tissue through a needle attached to a syringe and injected through the skin in to man’s scrotum. TESA is little more complex when compared to PESA and is performed if there is no sperm in epididymis. 

Some of the conditions that may require PESA or TESA are: 

  • Azoospermia 
  • Testicular Failure 
  • Varicocele 

Testicular Sperm Aspiration (TESA) is a fertility procedure performed on men with non-obstructive azoospermia, a condition where the testes do not produce enough sperm for ejaculation. TESA involves the extraction of sperm directly from the testicles using a fine needle or biopsy approach. The retrieved sperm can then be utilized for various assisted reproductive techniques, such as intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) during in vitro fertilization (IVF). TESA offers hope to couples facing male infertility by providing an opportunity to use the partner’s sperm for conception and increase the chances of successful fertilization and pregnancy.

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What is TESA?

TESA stands for Testicular Sperm Aspiration, which is a medical procedure used to collect sperm directly from the testicles in cases of male infertility, particularly in men with non-obstructive azoospermia.

Who is a candidate for TESA?

TESA is typically performed on men who have a lack of sperm in their ejaculate due to factors like testicular dysfunction or obstruction of the sperm transport system.

How is TESA performed?

TESA involves the insertion of a fine needle into the testicular tissue to aspirate sperm. The collected sperm can then be used in assisted reproductive techniques such as ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) during IVF procedures.

What are the success rates of TESA?

The success of TESA varies depending on the specific cause of male infertility and the quality of the retrieved sperm. When used in conjunction with ICSI, TESA can offer a viable option for achieving pregnancy in cases of non-obstructive azoospermia.

Are there any potential risks or complications associated with TESA?

TESA is generally considered safe, but there are potential risks, including infection, bleeding, or discomfort. These risks are typically minimal when the procedure is performed by a skilled healthcare provider. TESA can provide hope for couples facing male infertility challenges.

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