TESA - TESTICULAR SPERM ASPIRATION
TESA Treatment in Shaikpet
Sometimes we will have to resort to procedures like Testicular Sperm Aspiration or TESA Treatment in Shaikpet for men who have fertility problems caused by a blockage preventing the sperm from being ejaculated. This may be a result of previous vasectomy, certain genetic conditions, ejaculations problems, infections or other conditions also may need TESA Treatment in Shaikpet
The testicular tissue is frequently extracted for sperm search and separation in PESA failed patients or proved obstructive azoospermia instances. The testicular tissue is removed using a regular open surgical biopsy procedure without the use of optical magnification in traditional TESE. This is a day-care technique that is less invasive.
HOW'S THIS DONE?
- This process involves extracting the sperm cells and tissue directly from the testicle through a small needle that is attached to a syringe.
- Under a microscope in our labs, the sperm is inspected and separated from seminal plasma and other elements.
- This may be used for fertilisation right away or stored in a frozen environment for future fertility treatment.
TESA Procedure in Shaikpet
How do you take care of your scrotum after undergoing TESA?
TESA Procedure in Shaikpet
•Apply ice packs to your bandage (outside your bandage and not directly on your skin, but inside your scrotal support). Except when sleeping, keep the cold packs on for 48 hours (2 days). Before going to bed, remove the cold packs.
• After your procedure, keep your bandage on your penis and scrotum for two days.
• For the first three days following your treatment, stay off your feet as much as possible. If necessary, you can go for short walks and climb stairs.
• For the next four days after your treatment, keep extra gauze inside your scrotal support.
• After your procedure, wear the scrotal support for one week.
• Raise your legs on a chair or pillow when you are sitting.
• Raise your scrotum with a small pillow or rolled cloth when sitting.
This could be caused by a previous vasectomy, ejaculation problems, underlying health conditions, genetic conditions or infection.
Yes. TESA was also developed with patients in mind who have undergone and recovered from their cancer treatment as they may cause infertility.
A local anaesthetic will be used to numb the pain and there may be slight pain or discomfort after the procedure.
Studies have shown that men with obstructive azoospermia (complete absence of sperm) have a high chance of recovering sperm whereas those with non-obstructive azoospermia have an approximate 40% success rate.
This is generally performed under local anaesthesia and takes around 10 minutes.