Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is a technique where the egg is fertilised outside the body, by injecting the sperm directly into it, with the use of a needle. The embryos are then introduced back into the woman’s uterus in the same way as in “simple” IVF.

Treatment, from the woman’s point of view is no different to the one described above in “simple” IVF. The only difference is regarding the embryologist’s work!
ICSI is typically suitable in cases of:

  • Male factor subfertility (abnormal semen parameters).
  • Advanced Maternal Age
  • Couples with poor fertilisation rates during previous IVF attempts.

My areas of expertise


Laparoscopic and Hysteroscopic Surgery

I have performed thousands of laparoscopies and hysteroscopies and am a member of the team of doctors responsible for the daily running of IASO hospital endoscopy unit


Reproductive medicine and fertility problems

I am particularly interested in "IVF-low responders" women


Colposcopy and HPV infection

Accredited by the british colposcopy society ( list of accredited colposcopists)


Aesthetic (Cosmetic) Gynaecology

Senior member of European society of aesthetic gynaecology ( list of Senior members)


Egg donation

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