Various tests and examinations are performed to check the suitability of expectant mothers and fathers for IVF treatment. The results of these tests and inspection are very important.
In addition to the suitability of the expectant mothers and fathers for treatment, it is also determined in this way which treatment method is most suitable for them.
However, in some cases, IVF treatment is not applied.
What are these factors
If sperm cannot be obtained from the testicles of male patients with no sperm detected in their semen by surgical methods (TESE), IVF treatment cannot be performed.
In vitro fertilization cannot be applied to women who have lost their ovulation functions (egg reserve is exhausted).
IVF treatment cannot be applied to women in the menopausal period.
In vitro fertilization cannot be applied to women whose uterus has been removed for any reason.reason.
In Which Condition Is IVF Treatment Canceled?
The aim of IVF treatment is to enable the couple who come for treatment to become parents. For this, pre-treatment tests are requested and the most suitable protocol for the patient is determined and treatment is started. The more quality eggs are obtained when starting the treatment, the more chance the treatment will be.
If the desired number of eggs (follicles) is not obtained despite the treatment and medications, then your doctor may cancel the treatment that month. Because the more egg follicles are stimulated and collected, the more embryos can be obtained. Another reason for cancellation is azoospermia (absence of sperm in the semen) and if no sperm can be obtained even after TESE, the treatment can be canceled again.
How Many Days to Stay in IVF Treatment?
Is it one of the most alarming issues for expectant mothers, whether during IVF treatment or especially after transfer? How long should I sleep? We can answer this question as follows: In IVF treatment, there is no need to lie down while taking medication for stimulation and growth of the eggs. You can stand up after resting for a few hours after egg retrieval (OPU), but excessive physical activity should be avoided as the ovaries are still large.
After the embryo is transferred, it is appropriate for the patient to rest for a few days. After a few days, if he has a job where he will not be physically tired and stressed, he can return to work and do his daily routine.
How Many Embryos Are Transferred in IVF Treatment?
In IVF treatment, patients may sometimes insist on the number of embryos to be transferred. However, the number of embryos to be transferred must be made within the legal frameworks determined by the Ministry of Health. According to the legal legislation, maximum 1 embryo can be given to expectant mothers under the age of 35 in the first and second in vitro fertilization trials, while a maximum of 2 embryos can be transferred in the third and subsequent trials.
In women over 35, 2 embryos can be given optionally after the first transfer. By the way, the following should not be forgotten; The chance of embryo attachment is not only dependent on the number of embryos, but also the quality of the embryo and the readiness of the uterine membrane for this transfer affect the success more. For this reason, our couples should research and select the physician who will arrange the in vitro fertilization treatment both clinically and before starting the IVF treatment.