Most people are familiar with In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) these days. It was with our help that Turkey’s first IVF baby was born in 1988. With so many technological advancements over the years, the possibilities of you taking home an IVF baby are much higher now. If you take a look at a classroom, you will find at least one IVF child.
IVF tip: You may take more than one cycle to get a positive pregnancy result. In is not in anyone’s control. You should remain positive and talk to our counselors if you have a query or concern
Introduction to IVF
In IVF, eggs and sperm are taken and put together in a lab, allowing the natural process to follow. An embryo is formed if they fertilize. The tiny embryo measuring just 0.1 mm is then transplanted into the uterus. If everything goes well, you will take home an IVF baby 9 months later.
How it works?
- The process involves stimulating the ovaries that leads your body to produce eggs it has created in the due course. This is achieved through a series of injections that can be easily managed
- In a day procedure, those eggs are removed in what is called egg retrieval and egg collection
- A sample of your partner’s sperm is taken the same day, or the donor sample is prepared in the laboratory
- The eggs and sperm are mixed in the lab by our specialist doctors. In order to increase the chances of finding healthy embryo, we try to create maximum number of embryos
- If the embryo fertilize, it will be transferred after about 5 days into your uterus
- All extra embryos that develop and grow normally are frozen and kept aside for another cycle
- There is a period of two weeks when we watch if the embryo is doing fine
- A blood test is done to check if you’re pregnant
IVF Clinic Turkey
IVF Clinic Turkey is one of the best IVF clinics in Turkey that believes that it is the responsibility of our team to ensure that you have a fair idea of what is going on and you receive the help and support you require during your treatment.
The eggs that were stimulated for retrieval would have grown or died as part of your natural cycle that month. The stimulation mimics the natural processes of your body and apprehensions such as it will affect future egg supply or result in premature menopause are without any basis.
Do I need IVF?
Get in touch with your fertility specialist who will make an analysis of your medical history and your specific circumstances. There can be many reasons why you may need IVF. Your doctors will work out the best treatment plan you.
Common reasons for choosing IVF
- Uterine fibroids
- Unexplained infertility
- Recurring miscarriage
- Blocked fallopian tubes
- Fallopian tube damage/tubal factor/tubal ligation
- Male infertility (sperm quality or quantity)
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
- Difficulty in conceiving naturally as women age
- Potential genetic issues where embryo screening may help.