What is Testicular Sperm Aspiration? Have you heard about this method? It is also known as the TESA technique, and is complementary to the assisted reproduction treatment In Vitro Fertilization. Now we are going to share some information about the TESA technique and how it can allow a man to have children after the vasectomy.
The vasectomy is a procedure that a lot of men get done after having children and when they don’t want any more. However, they can also change their opinion and that is when the TESA technique becomes a big option for the couple.
The vasectomy procedure is simple. The ducts that carry the sperm from the testicles to the urethra are cut, this way the sperms would not exit the testicles and a pregnancy won’t be achieved.
During this procedure sperms are extracted directly from the testicular tissue by a microsurgery. After obtaining the sperms, this can be used for in vitro fertilization, to achieve a pregnancy.
It’s a minimally invasive procedure coma and the pain is less compared to other techniques. Spermatogenesis status can be detected, the process of generation or production of sperm. Is a big option for patients that do not have sperm in their seminal fluid, for example men with the vasectomy or with azoospermia.
To know more, we invite you to read our entry: benefits of the TESA technique. We think it might be from your interest.
Now that we have shared some information about the testicular sperm extraction and how this technique helps patients with vasectomy to be parents again.
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