Pregnancy With The ROSI Technique
The dream of every married couple is to have children. With the development of modern medicine and the development of technology, even couples who cannot have children can now very easily have children through medical methods. IVF is an opportunity offered by modern medicine to solve the problem of couples who want to have children but cannot.
ROSI is a laboratory technique, by means of which it is possible that the immature cells obtained from the man by means of microTESEs, become capable of fertilizing the ovaries. In this technique, the main treatment mechanism is the use of new cells, which under normal conditions have a weak ability to fertilize the egg, but have undergone meiosis and are genetically halved.
Sperm production varies from person to person, but on average, production lasts from 70 to 90 days. During sperm production, the sperm production pathway, which starts from stem cells called spermatogonium, enables the formation of sperm cells as they pass through various stages.
The most important stage in the sperm production process is the precise division of the genetic material of the cell into two parts by the division called meiosis. In this way, the number of chromosomes, which is normally 46, is reduced to 23 chromosomes in sperm cells. Since the normal human genetic makeup consists of 46 chromosomes, the egg and sperm must each carry 23 chromosomes so that when combined, the normal human chromosome number is achieved.
How the ROSI Method is applied
As with normal IVF treatment, couples are examined and analyzed in detail by specialists in the gynecology and urology unit. If both the woman and the man are assessed as suitable for IVF treatment, the woman is treated by a gynecologist in terms of egg formation. When the eggs are formed and the day of egg collection comes, the egg collection process is applied to the female while microTESE and MESA are applied to the male.
The cells obtained with microTESE and MESA are washed with fluids that are special and passed through special filters. In this way the blood cells in these cells and the cells outside the cells involved in the production of sperm are removed. During IVF treatment when the ROSI technique is applied, the phase of cell selection and research takes a long time after the microTESE procedure.
It is important to know that this treatment cannot be applied to all patients who have problems with male infertility. Male patients whose genetic, hormonal and examination results are deemed suitable by the doctor can receive treatment. But at the same time, the female patient must also undergo all the necessary examinations.
This is a treatment that involves both spouses and the result depends on the combination of an egg cell and sperm by microinjection and the transfer of the formed embryo to the woman after a suitable time. Although the follow-up of ROSI pregnancies does not differ from normal pregnancies, these pregnancies, which come after a long and arduous process, are followed more closely and in more detail.