In Vitro Fertilization
In Vitro Fertilization, which is a treatment method that normally increases pregnancy chances in couples with little or no chance of pregnancy, has been successfully performed in hospitals with international certifications or in branch hospitals that specialized in women’s health and only serve on this field. Simply, In Vitro Fertilization is the process of embryo development by embryo fertilisation in the laboratory environment with the oocyte from the female, sperm taken from the male, and then embryonic female uterine implantation.
Injection therapy can also be applied after basic and advanced examinations for infertility or after other specific treatments have been discussed, such as starting directly without applying other treatments. After the first interview, a review is make of the couple’s history, infertility studies and previous treatments in detail.
Once the studies for In Vitro Fertilization have been made, the treatment steps can be started. This treatment consists of 4 steps.
- Adjustment of the ovaries
- Collection of the eggs
- Embryo formation and embryo placement
- Follow-up of the formation of the pregnancy
Personal care service is the foreground in the entire treatment process. In Turkey, the success rate of in vitro fertilization therapy in hospitals and clinics with high technology standards with international technological infrastructure has reached 95 percent. There are many clinics specialized in IVF in Turkey.
Services provided at IVF centers:
- IVF Treatments
- Infertility Counseling
- Ultrasonography (USG)
- Hormone Tests (Endocrine Examination)
- Semen Analysis (Spermyogram)
- Sperm Washing and Vaccination (IUI)
- Egg Development
- Hormonal disorders treatment
- Search for sperm under the microscope (micro TESE, PESA)
- Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (Genetically healthy baby selection)
- Laparoscopic (closed) surgery (myom, cyst operations)
- Laparoscopic hysterectomy (uterine surgeries)
- Hysteroscopy (intra-uterine adhesions, polyps, etc.)
- Embryo Freezing and Storage
- Sperm and Testicular Tissue Freezing
- Embryo Transfer
- Embryo Tracing