The ‘genetically diagnosed in vitro fertilization method’ minimizes the risks of miscarriage in pregnancy and eliminates the risk of the baby being born with a genetic disease.
The ‘genetically diagnosed in vitro fertilization method’ minimizes the risks of miscarriage in pregnancy and eliminates the risk of the baby being born with a genetic disease. Gynecology, Obstetrics and IVF Specialist Prof. Dr. Gökalp Öner explained the role of genetics in IVF treatment as follows: “There are two main rules in achieving pregnancy with IVF. The first is a good embryo, and the second is the preparation of the uterus to accept this embryo. Age, weight, reasons for not having children in personalized IVF applications. Taking into account the drug doses are adjusted and after a good embryo is obtained, a personalized uterus is prepared and transferred according to the woman’s hormone values. It is very important to personalize IVF treatments.”
IF THE MOTHER IS OVER 38 YEARS OF AGE!
“One of these methods is ‘genetically diagnosed in vitro fertilization’,” said Öner. Embryo with normal genetics is selected by sequencing method and placed in the womb of the mother If the woman’s age is over 38, if pregnancy could not be achieved despite the best quality fifth-day embryo given twice in in vitro fertilization trials, if there is a genetic defect in the genetic sample sent from miscarriages in women with a previous miscarriage history If the mother or father has a history of genetic disorders, it is possible to apply for this method. In addition, the most normal genetically-generated embryo can be selected with artificial intelligence. In other words, this method is used as an embryo genetic screening test. In this way, the couples’ chance of catching pregnancy in the first IVF trial increases. ” said.