What is IVF Treatment?

IVF treatment is the process of combining the reproductive cells obtained from the future mothers and fathers in the laboratory environment and transferring the embryo, created after the fertilization, into the uterus of the future mother. IVF treatment is a supportive reproduction method that is preferred by people who have infertility issues and have a low chance of having a child naturally. While in a normal pregnancy, an embryo is formed from an egg that is fertilized naturally without any intervention; in IVF treatment, this process is medically assisted. An embryo is created and a pregnancy is carried out in this manner. From this point forward, there will be no difference in the course of the pregnancy or giving birth.

To Whom Is IVF Treatment Provided?

IVF treatment  is administered by initially examining couples who were unable to conceive after unprotected sexual intercourses continued for one year and determining the failed aspects with examination, hormone analyses, and sperm test, and finally sharing the treatment plants intended for the couples. [1] It is also applied to patients who are unable to have a child naturally, such as a woman whose tubes are obstructed and a man with low or no sperm count in his ejaculate and whose sperms can be obtained using the Microtese method in his testicle tissue, as well as patients who are unable to benefit from therapies such as ovulation tracking and fertilization, among other treatment methods.

When Should Couples Who Are Infertile Despite Having Regular Intercourse Apply For Treatment?

If the woman is under the age of 35 and there is no problem in her family history that prevents her from becoming pregnant, the examination and treatment should begin one year later., if she is over the age of 35 and has a problem that may affect her ability to become pregnant in her family history, she should begin them 6 months later.

Until What Age Can IVF Treatment Be Administered? Does The Age Have An Impact On IVF Application?

IVF treatment can be administered up to the age of 45. However, it must be known that the probability decreases after the age of 40. In the treatments, as one gets older, there is a negative impact on the quantity and quality of the eggs that will be produced. Ovarian reserve declines, and the possibility of chromosomal problems developing in future mothers over the age of 35 increases. Young future mothers can also have issues with their hormone levels and physical condition; however, young future mothers have a higher pregnancy rate.

What Are the Stages of IVF Treatment?

The most important and first step in infertility research is a physical examination. Before starting to the treatment, the wife should have gynaecological examination, ultrasonographic analysis and hormone tests (FSH, LH, E2, PRL, TSH on the 3rd day of menstruation) done. If the husband’s sperm count is critically low or he has no sperm, he should have a spermiogram performed, as well as hormonal and genetic testing. If necessary, advanced diagnostic methods such as uterus x-ray, hysteroscopy, and laparoscopy can be used. IVF treatment consists of several stages, including developing and collecting eggs under anesthesia, as well as developing and transferring embryos through laboratory studies.

How Long Will IVF Treatment Take?

The duration varies depending on the type of treatment used, but on average, it takes 20-22 days.

What Are the IVF Treatment Methods' Success Rates?

These success rates vary between clinics and depend on the reasons for patients’ treatment. The average pregnancy rate for artificial insemination (IUI) treatments is around 20-25%. Microinjection treatments have a success rate of 40-60% for patients under the age of 35, and a success rate of 15-35% for patients between the ages of 35 and 40.

What factors contribute to IVF treatment success?

The most important factor influencing success rates is correctly arranging the diagnosis and treatment plan from the start. Additionally, vitamin supplements, pregenetic methods, laser-assisted hatching, lymphocyte vaccine, laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, laboratory techniques, qualified incubators, and transfer catheters are among the factors that contribute to success.

What factors should be considered when choosing an IVF Centre?

To begin, in order for the treatment to be successful, the couple must apply to a center where they will feel comfortable and safe. Couples should consider the success and pregnancy rate of the center and physician to which they apply, as well as their level of patient satisfaction. The center should be well-qualified for all of the processes involved in IVF treatment. The IVF laboratory makes a significant contribution, especially when IVF treatment results in pregnancy. The established laboratory’s quality, as well as the devices and materials used, have a direct impact on the results. The team’s experience also has an effect on treatment success rates. The success of the team is demonstrated by the laboratory personnel and physicians who collaborate well, properly prepare the patient clinically, and successfully complete the laboratory studies.

Are There Any Differences Between The Babies Born Via The Pregnancies Provided By IVF Applications and Who Are Born Normally?

No significant difference has been observed between the babies of the patients who get pregnant normally and the patients who get pregnant via the IVF treatment. Also, these babies develop and grow completely in a healthy way just like the other babies.

How Much Does The IVF Treatment Cost?

IVF Treatment Prices 2022

Because IVF treatment varies from person to person and by treatment method, so do the treatment prices. In our clinic, pre-interviews are free of charge.

In order to obtain detailed information about our prices and everything you wonder about the IVF treatment, you can contact us by filling out our contact form or calling 0212 287 5775 or 0542 386 5234.