IVF treatment can provide hope and make the dream of having a child a reality for those who could not and cannot have a baby otherwise:
PATIENTS WITH TUBE CLOGGED
Reproduction begins mainly in the fallopian tubes, which lead to the ovaries. If there is a problem in these tubes, it is close to impossible to have a healthy baby without intervention and treatment. For women with blocked or damaged fallopian tubes, IVF provides the best opportunity to have a child using their own eggs.
WOMEN OVER 30 YEARS OLD OR PATIENTS WITH LOW OVARIAN RESERVE
In vitro fertilization is used to maximize the chances of conceiving for patients over the age of 30. We have great experience in our patients over 30 years of age and with low ovarian reserve in the treatment processes where we have achieved happy results for thousands of our couples. We focus on quality rather than quantity of eggs. In this way, we increase the chance of success.
PATIENTS WITH THE PROBLEM OF MALE INFERTILITY
Couples with male infertility problems will have a much higher chance of conceiving with IVF than natural conception. We have a number of laboratory techniques to facilitate this, including intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). We also have the experience to advise men with fertility issues. It is also a fact that recent developments have made the chance of a solution very high if the inability to conceive is due to men. Even if the man has very little motile sperm, the chance of conceiving with the in vitro fertilization method is quite high with a few quality sperm.
Couples with unexplained infertility
1 in 6 couples experience fertility problems and sometimes the source of these problems cannot be identified even after research. These patients may benefit from the intervention.
PATIENTS WITH PCOS, POLYCYSTIC OVER SYNDROME
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common condition where there is a hormone imbalance that causes irregular menstrual cycles. In vitro fertilization treatment has proven to be very successful in patients with PCOS who cannot become pregnant with ovulation induction.
PATIENTS WITH ENDOMETRIOSIS
Since some of the uterine lining grows outside the uterus, patients with endometriosis may also want to try IVF, as it has proven successful.
PATIENTS WITH EARLY OVACULAR FAILURE
Women with premature ovarian failure or menopause can undergo IVF using donor eggs, which typically have high success rates. IVF treatment has been used for such patients for a long time and has a safe history. The first “IVF” Louise Brown was born in 1978 using natural IVF treatment. Since then, IVF technology has evolved and techniques have been much more refined to create safer and more successful treatment. We use only the safest forms of IVF treatment with less medication to reduce the risk of side effects such as Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome (OHSS).