The results of the studies show that in the future, the number of babies born by the in vitro fertilization method will be more than the babies born after normal pregnancy. The reasons for this are; the increase in obesity, the intensity of daily life stress, the progression of the age of having children are shown. Apart from these, unbalanced and inadequate nutrition of both women and men, and increased consumption of cigarettes and alcohol prevent having children in the normal way.
What is IVF treatment?
In short, in vitro fertilization is the process of fertilizing the egg taken from the mother-to-be with the sperm taken from the father-to-be in a laboratory environment. High quality embryos are selected from the embryos formed after fertilization and transferred to the mother’s womb. At the end of 12 days, a pregnancy test is performed and the success or failure of the operation is determined. Since the quality of embryos obtained after fertilization will change, it is impossible to predict clear data results in IVF treatment. However, the success rate of treatment is usually between 33 and 55 percent. There are many factors that can affect the successful outcome. These factors can be medical factors and environmental factors.
Genetic Screening Test
Genetic screening test, with the help of interventional methods of embryonic cells, screening and diagnosis procedures for genetic disease or chromosome number can be performed. In this way, the chance of healthy babies being born as a result of IVF treatment increases.
However, in vitro fertilization practices, which are widely applied, are moving to boutique applications. In boutique applications, every step of the IVF process is planned and implemented individually. The couples are examined in detail and the detected problems are treated in the process, and the successful outcome of the IVF treatment is ensured.
For couples who want to have a baby, the embryoscope method has been developed, which allows for better quality embryo development and the selection of the right embryo for transfer. The use of this method requires expertise and experience in IVF treatment. In the use of the embryoscope, after the egg and sperm are fertilized, the egg is placed in a special compartment inside the embryoscope. Egg embryo development of each patient is followed up separately in a special area. It has created an ideal natural environment. In the embryo mirror system, there is a special microscope video system that can provide continuous recording of the developmental brood section. In addition, there is a computer system that can analyze and evaluate all these developments. In this way, after fertilization, all stages of embryo development are carried out without interruption, without the embryo being compared. During embryoscopic follow-up, the development of the embryo is healthy and of good quality. The most important point is to select the best quality embryos by following all developmental stages clearly and continuously.
Microinjection method is a revolutionary method to solve the problem of male infertility. Not only in male infertility; It is suitable for expectant mothers and expectant mothers with egg count, in case the egg cannot pass the sperm, fertilization failure. These negative effects can be eliminated by microinjection methods and the chance of successful IVF treatment increases. Assisted reproductive methods in modern medicine are classical in vitro fertilization and microinjection, that is, intracytoplasmic sperm injection. The difference between IVF and microinjection lies in the form of fertilization. Microinjection is abbreviated as ICSI in the medical literature. In the microinjection method, the sperm cells are transferred directly to the egg cells. Fertilization success rate is higher in the microinjection method. Even men with low sperm count and quality have the chance to have children with this method. Even if a single sperm cell is obtained in the microinjection method, there is a chance to give birth.
The Era test method is a genetic test that can explain why you can’t get pregnant despite high-quality embryo transfer and the creation of new treatments. The ERA test is used to time the patient’s implantation window. Studies have shown that there are 238 genes related to the implantation window. During the natural menstrual cycle or hormone therapy cycle, a very small tissue sample is taken from the patient’s endometrium and the expression levels of these 238 genes are screened to determine whether the uterus is suitable for transplantation. Therefore, the time of the implantation window is revealed and the time of individual embryo transfer is ensured. If the result is positive, embryo transfer is completed within the patient’s menstrual cycle.
Scraping of the uterine wall or “endometrial scraping” in IVF is generally suitable for patients whose previous IVF treatments have not thickened the uterine wall enough and who have failed in vitro fertilization attempts. Endometrial scraping is the process of scratching by entering the cervix and uterus using a special medical device (hysteroscope). In this way, the development of new endometrial tissue is ensured, the chance of embryo attachment and IVF success increase.