In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

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Assisted Reproductive Techniques

 

The number of fertilized ovules and developing embryos is increased in order to increase the chances of pregnancy. The hormone tests to be performed on the 3rd day of the female's menstruation will determine the ovarian reserve and the response to give the drug stimulus.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

 

The most preferred assisted reproductive technique. Contrary to previous approaches, newly developed medicines start to stimulate the development of ovules on the 3rd day of menstruation without the need for suppression of ovarian hormones in women.

MicroInjection (ICSI)


It is the preferred method for couples who do not have adequate sperm and ovule quality. In men with low sperm numbers, microinjection is a technique increasing success. It is a direct injection of the sperm into the ovule via a special microscope.

Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI) 

 

Especially in cases of infertility due to man, this is the first preferred technique. Sperms’ shape and mobility are important criteria for the ability to fertilize. 

What is Infertility?

 

Inability to have child despite regular sexual intercourse for 12 months without any contraception method is called infertility. The incidence of infertility is 15%.

Causes of Female Infertility

 

The most common causes of infertility in women are ovulation problems. The most common cause of ovulation problems is PolyCystic Over Syndrome (PCOS).

Causes of Male Infertility

 

While saying male infertility, we mean decrease in the number and density of sperm or the deterioration of sperm shape and movement. In short, the sperm quality is deteriorated. The most important test in male infertility is semen analysis. Semen analysis examines the number, shape and mobility of sperms.

 

Vitrification

 

Vitrification is the process of freezing cells and tissues without damage after 3 minutes of treatment with a high-intensity preservative. Frozen cells and tissues are stored in liquid nitrogen tanks at -196ºC. The most important advantage of this method is that it provides rapid freezing without damage, while the viability ratio of the cell or tissue after dissolution is close to 100%.