Dear parents-to-be;

As a result of your evaluation in our clinic, your IVF treatment will be planned. We guarantee that your treatment will be carried out individually according to your needs. To you; General information about the stages you will experience in your treatment process will be provided at every stage of your treatment. At each stage, we will share medical information with you regarding the process of your treatment. You will be able to contact the other relevant departments for processes with ease whenever you have a question in your mind. In case of any emergency or information request, you have the opportunity to reach our well-experienced and qualified academic and administrative staff.

What is In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)?

In vitro fertilization(IVF) is the process of creating the embryo in a laboratory environment and transferring it to the expectant mother’s uterus. The classical IVF method is the process of bringing the egg taken from the woman and a certain number of sperm taken from the woman’s husband together in a special environment under laboratory conditions, and the sperm that moves the fastest and that has the highest fertilization capacity to enter the egg itself. IVF process, controlled ovarian stimulation with exogenous gonadotropin, involves oocyte collection under transvaginal ultrasonography, laboratory fertilization process, and the trans cervical transfer of the developed embryos to the uterus.

As a result of a study carried out in 1976, a 16-cell embryo was obtained and pregnancy was created by transabdominal transferring of this embryo into the uterus, however, it resulted in an ectopic pregnancy. The first successful IVF case in the world happened in 1978 in a cesarean section in England and Louise Brown was the first baby who was born thanks to the IVF process. The first successful IVF birth in Turkey was the baby Dilek Katrancı in 1988.

Who is IVF Treatment Applied to?

IVF treatment can be a very effective solution for couples who cannot have babies because of the following reasons:

  • People who are experiencing unexplained infertility problems
  • Blocked fallopian tubes in women
  • Ovulation disorders and advanced polycystic ovary syndrome
  • Decreases in ovarian reserves
  • Endometriosis disease and endometria conditions expressed as chocolate cyst
  • Advanced maternal age
  • In addition to disorders in sperm count and quality, in cases of azoospermia
  • The presence of conditions that should be genetically investigated in the people to whom the treatment will be applied.