Pregnancy Possible With Egg Freezing
Egg freezing method can be applied to women who are at risk of losing their ovaries due to various diseases and treatment processes, and eggs that are collected and frozen at an appropriate age can maintain their vitality for a long time.
Chemotherapy adversely affects the ovary
Chemotherapy, especially in cancer treatment, can have negative effects on ovarian function. Egg freezing in Turkey can be done within the presence of certain diseases. Egg freezing can be performed in patients with cancer diagnosis who need to receive chemotherapy or radiotherapy, and especially in childhood and youth cancers such as breast cancer, recurrent breast cancer, cervical cancer, Hodgkin, Non Hodgkin lymphoma, blood cancers, which are thought to affect the ovaries of these treatments.
Freezing before treatment
On the other hand, in patients who will undergo bone marrow transplantation, in cases where the ovaries must be removed by law, in the presence of benign ovarian tumors and autoimmune diseases, egg freezing can be applied in order to meet the desire for pregnancy in the future.
Up to 90% vitality rate
Although eggs that are frozen at an early age are healthier, pregnancy success declines over the age of 40. Eggs frozen at an appropriate age can maintain their viability up to 90%. In order to obtain a large number of egg cells in a single menstrual period, the ovarian stimulation method is applied to the patient. The eggs obtained in this way are frozen and stored for use after treatment. When the patient reaches a state of health to be able to conceive, the frozen eggs are fertilized by in vitro fertilization method and pregnancy is ensured.
Sperm is also frozen
While female ovarian tissue can be frozen, sperm cells in men can be frozen and stored. Sperm obtained by surgical method can be frozen and stored for use in in vitro fertilization or prior to operations such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy that are thought to damage sperm cells. At the same time, in cases where very few sperms are detected in the male testis, some of these sperm can be frozen and stored in order to ensure childbearing in the future. Of course, all these transactions must be carried out under the conditions deemed appropriate by laws and regulations.