In vitro fertilization is the fertilization of eggs collected from the woman outside the body, with sperm taken from her partner in a laboratory environment, and the implantation of the resulting embryos into the woman’s uterus 2 to 5 days later.
Egg stimulation (controlled ovarian hyperstimulation) Various hormone preparations are used to ensure egg development.
Fertilization of the egg taken from the woman and the sperm taken from the man to form the embryo and embryo transfer after keeping it in incubators in the laboratory for 3-5 days. A pregnancy test is done 10-12 days after the transfer. In order to prevent neural tube defects that may occur in infants in folic acid deficiency, folic acid preparations are used in the preparation period of the treatment.
WHO IS APPLICABLE TO IVF TREATMENT?
In cases where the couple is not protected and cannot get pregnant for 1-2 years despite the desire for a child.
Those whose tubes are blocked (past ectopic pregnancy, infection, tuberculosis, etc.)
Those who could not get pregnant despite ovulation induction and vaccination 3-6 times,
polycystic ovary syndrome
Severe sperm disorder in the male (number, low motility). Conventional IVF or ICSI is performed for those with a sperm count of more than 5 million/mL, and ICSI for those with a sperm count of less than 5 million/mL.
Cases where the woman is over 40 years old and cannot become pregnant.
Endometriosis (advanced stage).
Women with common intra-abdominal adhesions.