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The success of IVF treatment depends on the coordinated work of well-equipped high-tech laboratories and an experienced team. In our IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) Centers; We provide a full range of services with our experienced doctors and large team in embryology, andrology, endocrinology laboratories and endoscopic surgery unit. One of the key points in our approach is personalized treatment. From the first moment you come to our center, you meet your doctor and our entire team. Your doctor will be with you at every step.

With personal attention and emotional support, you will have an environment where you will feel comfortable and safe. In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a long-term assisted reproductive technique applied to infertile couples. “In vitro fertilization” is one of the most preferred infertility treatments today. In cases of unexplained infertility, infection, clogging of the tubes, poor sperm quality, weight or advanced age, couples can have a baby with the in vitro fertilization method.In vitro fertilization treatment includes the treatment process that provides fertilization by collecting eggs, which are female reproductive cells, and sperm, which are male reproductive cells, and bringing them together outside the body in a laboratory environment.

The fertilized eggs begin to divide and pass the first developmental stages, called embryos, in the laboratory environment, and are placed in the womb of the expectant mother. Pregnancy obtained after this stage is no different from naturally occurring pregnancies. The difference from natural pregnancy is that the fertilization process is carried out under laboratory conditions and the fertilized eggs are placed back in the mother’s womb. Vaccination treatment can also be preferred before IVF treatment, especially in male infertility. In this method, the collected sperm are transferred into the uterus.The process of placing the eggs in IVF is done in two ways:Fertilization in the laboratory environment is either by leaving the sperm next to the eggs and waiting for these sperm to enter the egg on their own and perform the fertilization process (classical in vitro fertilization-IVF).

It is in the form of fertilization (microinjection) by injecting the sperm directly into the egg with the help of a pipette under the microscope. In vitro fertilization specialists determine the choice between the two methods according to the characteristics of the couples. The goal is to get the highest chance of success for the couple.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE OF VACCINATION TREATMENT FROM IVF? WHEN IS IT APPLIED?

Especially in cases of male-related and unexplained infertility, Immunization Treatment comes first among the preferred treatments before IVF treatment. In vaccination, as in in vitro fertilization treatment, the ovaries of the woman are stimulated, and after the eggs are cracked, the sperm taken from the man is transferred into the uterus with a cannula.At least one of the woman’s tubes must be open in order for the vaccination to be applied.

The male’s sperm analysis results should be normal or close to normal. In addition, the woman should not have an endometrial pathology (endometriosis disease) that will prevent the pregnancy from advancing.

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