Infertility and IVF treatment - IVF

Delayed pregnancy and childbirth are often caused by problems with the body of the man or woman, or both, where doctors have checked and medical tests to find the cause of both partners.

What delays pregnancy or affects fertility?

It is usually caused by problems with the body of a man or woman, or both, and when such problems arise, doctors try to find the cause by performing tests and examinations for both parties.

Why should i see a doctor if pregnancy is delayed?

Most doctors recommend that if the pregnancy is delayed after the first year of marriage, the couple should go to the doctor and take medical tests, but if you are worried about the delay, you can see the doctor even before this period is over. The doctor will advise you to do one or more medical tests, but it is generally recommended that you begin diagnostic tests before spending 1 year trying to conceive in women who have reached the age of thirty-five and have irregular periods.

What tests are done for the husband?

Sometimes the doctor recommends performing a semen analysis after confirming the husband's health history, and this examination includes knowing the number of sperm the man has produced and the health and health of those sperm.

Sometimes other tests may be required.

Blood tests can reveal the level of the hormone in a man, as the presence of abnormal levels of these hormones in the blood causes problems with the partner's pregnancy. Blood tests are also used to examine genes that can cause infertility.

Ultrasound imaging of the human body to reveal any anatomical problems, as some men suffer from blockage of the sperm vessel.

Urine examination: Sometimes urine tests can reveal that the sperm is moving in the wrong direction because it is going towards the bladder instead of the correct direction outside the body.

Biopsy or sample, if there is no or small amount of sperm in the semen analysis, a man's biopsy may be required for examination, the doctor may take a small tissue from the testicles and examine them under a microscope. to make sure the body does not make sperm.

What tests might women need?

After reviewing the woman's health history, the details of her menstrual cycle, and the sequence, she may need to do some tests or analysis:

  • Blood tests: To measure the levels of female hormones in the blood, abnormal levels of these hormones can prevent pregnancy, and tests are also done for some genetic diseases that cause infertility.
  • Ovulation tests: It is a large number of tests to determine whether the woman is ovulating or producing ovaries from the ovaries and whether these eggs enter the tube attached to the uterus, which is the most important process that leads to pregnancy.

Tests to ensure the integrity of the uterus and the tubes attached to it, known as the fallopian tubes, are among the most common causes of infertility and pregnancy problems.

Tests that help to know this are:

Ultrasound or other tests or other issues to create an image of the inside of the body and to know if there are birth defects in the uterus, such as fallopian tube obstruction, which could result from chronic infections or previous surgery

These tests are not as easy to see as on a radiograph, they involve minor operations, for example the doctor may need to look into the uterus, through the vagina using a small tube equipped with a camera, or using a thin tube. through a small opening in the skin to examine the abdominal cavity and outside of the uterus.

What happens after these tests?

Test results can reveal a problem, in which case the doctor will devise a treatment plan for it.

Despite all this, the tests and controls performed may not be able to diagnose the problem. In these cases, there are other treatments the doctor can use to help the couple conceive.

Facing the problem of infertility can cause extreme stress for the couple and it is normal to feel sad and anxious, but more importantly, it is normal to put these feelings aside and try to solve the problem by talking to a doctor or psychological counselor.

Diagnosis and regulation of the treatment plan

One of the most important steps in solving infertility and fertility problems, what to have a medical diagnosis and then develop a treatment plan for problems based on the diagnosis that the most appropriate treatment method with an understanding of the spouses is selected and a necessary arranged Turkey to treat trip.

Treatment in Turkey
We offer you the latest technologies and treatments known around the world to treat fertility and childbearing problems:

  • Intrauterine insemination (IUI).
  • In vitro fertilization (IVF).
  • Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).
  • Genetic examination and diagnosis of diseases before implantation of the fetus.
  • Learning the baby's gender
  • infertility treatments in medicine in Turkey

The treatment of infertility and childbirth problems in Turkey, to achieve the best results from a free consultation at the highest possible quality and the highest quality possible, we accompany you through all stages of your treatment offers much to the organization of your medical trip to Turkey.

In vitro fertilization (IVF)
It is a complex set of procedures that are used to aid fertilization or prevent genetic problems and help conceive children.

How does IVF work?
The following steps are done after menstruation:

  • First: stimulation of the ovaries
  • Second: Removal of mature eggs from ovaries
  • Third: It is fertilized with sperm in the laboratory.
  • Fourth: The fertilized egg is transferred to the uterus.

The full IVF course takes about three weeks, sometimes these steps are divided into different parts and the process can take longer.

Are IVF babies fertile?

Yes, the incidence of infertility does not appear to be increased in adults born as a result of IVF.

A possible exception is men born after ICSI as their father's sperm quality was very poor.

This indicates that in some cases they inherited this from their father, but we need more data to confirm this preliminary observation.

The price of the test tube baby operations in Turkey?

Turkey, surgery before or after recreation, as well as recreation and tourism areas, medical services at a high level, hospital infrastructure and physicians all this and more at competitive and acceptable price is distinguished by comprehensive experience.

Contact us to assess your situation and provide the best treatment plan at competitive prices.

How successful is IVF?

For example, women under the age of 35 who undergo IVF have a 39.6% chance of having a child, while a woman over 40 has an 11.5% chance.

However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently found that the success rate has increased in all age groups as technologies improve and doctors become more experienced.

According to at least one study, the success rate for women of all ages - ranging from 34 to 42 percent in practice after three IVF courses, you should try at least three IVF courses to increase your success rate.

By contacting us, you can get an assessment and good advice on your situation.

The difference between IVF and ICSI

The main difference between IVF and ICSI is how the sperm fertilizes the egg.

In IVF, eggs and sperm are left in their own fertilization container.

In ICSI, a sperm is injected directly into the egg.

In other words, a sperm is injected into each egg individually in ICSI, while in IVF the sperm must naturally penetrate.

The difference between IVF children and normal children
The only difference between IVF babies and normal babies is that in IVF, sperm and eggs are fertilized in the laboratory under a doctor's supervision and fertilization takes place in the tube instead of the fallopian tube.

As for the children themselves, the vast majority of studies so far show that children grow up normally.

The main risk factor for child development problems in multiple pregnancies (twins, etc.) more commonly arises from preterm birth.

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