Sperm Freezing

What is Sperm Freezing?

Sperm freezing is a procedure of collection, analysis, freezing, and storing sperms for future use. The process is very helpful for infertility treatment. The frozen sperms can either be donated to other aspiring couples or used by the same couple in the future.

This entire comprehensive process is called cryopreservation or sperm banking. Several couples in Pune have already benefited from our sperm freezing clinic in Pune that facilitates easy and safe sperm collection to be used in the future.

What Does The Process Of Cryopreservation Involve?

  • Routine screening of sperms( Checking for infections such as HIV, hepatitis, and other infections)
  • Sperm extraction
  • Analysis of sperms
  • Freezing of healthy sperms
  • Storing indefinitely

Who Should Consider Sperm Freezing?

The primary benefit of sperm freezing is to allow men to preserve their fertility for later use. However, people also choose sperm freezing for the following reasons:

  • Advancing age
  • Delaying pregnancy
  • Deteriorating sperm quantity
  • Cancer patients to delay planning parenthood
  • Pre-vasectomy patients
  • Declining sperm count risk associated with job
  • Helping infertile couples
  • Helping transgender or lesbian couples

Explained: Sperm Collection And Freezing Process At Our Sperm Freezing Centre In Pune

The sperm sample is ideally collected through ejaculation, after which the semen sample is tested for sperm quality, sperm motility, and sperm count. In case of the absence of adequate sperm cells, the sperms are retrieved through a surgical procedure.

Once the quality sperms are retrieved, it is washed, analyzed, and tested for any deformity or infection. Then, the healthy sperms are separated into different vials and frozen using cryoprotectant, a liquid used to preserve and protect sperm cells.

Next, when the sperms are needed, they are thawed and tested for motility and then used further in IUI or IVF process.

Is Sperm Freezing A Safe Process?

Yes, the process is absolutely safe. This process was successfully used in 1953 for the first time to produce healthy babies. Since then, it is a standardized, safe process that is constantly improving with technological advancements.

Why Choose Saishree IVF Sperm Freezing Clinic In Pune?

Despite all the benefits of sperm freezing, the process may seem awry to many men. Therefore, we provide them a comfortable and private atmosphere to mitigate their awkwardness towards the process.

You can also choose our sperm freezing center in Pune for the following reason:

  • Quality research and better sperm analysis
  • Confidential procedure
  • A complete integrated infertility treatment center also including sperm freezing, egg freezing, and embryo incubation process.
  • A renowned center with accomplished faculty members
  • Our compassionate team, valuing your emotions

Sperm Freezing FAQs

What is the cost of a sperm-freezing procedure?

With more than 30% success rates, It is an inexpensive and cost-effective utility procedure for many couples. You can choose our Infertility treatment center for resolving your fertility issues safely. Contact our team for further queries regarding the costs.

How long can the sperms be frozen without quality deterioration?

Scientifically, no concrete facts can prove how long the sperm can be frozen and whether long-term freezing decreases the sperm quality. However, the standard sperm storage is 10 years, which can be extended in certain circumstances explained by our specialists.

Can the samples be donated?

Yes, infact, sperm donation to aspiring couples is major merit of sperm freezing. Also, it can be preserved for the donor couple’s future use.

In which fertility procedures can the sperm samples be used?

The frozen sperms can be used in fertility processes such as Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI), In- Vitro Fertilization (IVF), and Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) procedures.

How many sperm samples have to be collected?

It depends on the sperm quality and sperm count in the sample. Typically, men choose to give 5-6 samples; however, men with lower sperm count may require more sample collection.