What is IVF?
IVF treatment (in vitro fertilization) was first successfully applied in England in 1978.
Factors that cause infertility (infertility) in women;
– Ticking of the egg ducts (fallopian tubes)
– Uterine (uterine) and congenital abnormalities
– Benign uterine urlar (fibroids)
– Intrauterine adhesions (uterine sineuses)
Factors that cause infertility (infertility) in men;
– Low sperm count
– Slowness in sperm movement
– Disfigurement or inability to see sperm cells
According to statistics, more than 4 million children were born by IVF method all over the world.
IVF treatment has been a great gateway to hope for couples who cannot have children by natural means thanks to technology, improved laboratory facilities and research that have advanced in the last 30 years.
What are the factors affecting the success rate of IVF?
In vitro fertilization is one of the factors affecting the rate of success, especially:
The age of the patient
Type of infertility diagnosis
Duration of infertility
Hospital / doctor experience / expertise
Number of embryos transferred
Type of IVF performed: stimulated or natural cycle IVF
For women younger than 34, most will achieve pregnancy within 1 to 3 treatment cycles; indeed, many are successful on their first attempt.
Success rates for women over 35 tend to decrease as aging affects the quality of these women’s eggs.
For a detailed discussion about IVF success rates, couples should visit the website for the clinic where they are considering treatment. They should also discuss specific fertility possibilities with reproductive endocrinologists.
IVF pregnancy rates vary by clinic, so patients should carefully examine their chances of success in the treatment of specific clinical practice.
How is IVF performed?
At the beginning of the IVF process, the ovaries are stimulated with special drugs so that a large number of egg cells can be obtained from the woman.
This process varies from patient to patient.
Drugs are used for 15-20 days. After the ovaries become suitable with ultrasound and hormones with a blood test, egg collection is performed. Eggs are collected through the vaginal route with the help of ultrasound.
On the same day, sperm is taken from the man and a normal IVF or microinjection process is performed in the laboratory for the process of fertilization.
The fertilized egg, which becomes an Embryo, is transferred to the woman after two to five days.
What is infertility?
Infertility refers to the inability to conceive after having regular unprotected sex. Infertility refers to an individual’s biological incapacity to contribute to conception, or to a woman who is unable to carry her pregnancy to full maturity.
Infertility in many countries means a couple who cannot conceive after 12 months of regular sexual intercourse without using contraception.
Research shows that most cases of infertility are caused by more than half of women, with the rest due to sperm disorders or unidentified factors caused by men.
Most cases of apparent infertility are treatable. Infertility can have a single cause in one of the partners, or it can be the result of a combination of factors.
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