Fertilization

Fertilization

Fertilization is a commonly used "Tube Baby" process among the public. This operation, called IVF in medical language, is applied to women with one block of two fallopian tubes. However, there are different factors that lead individuals to this type of operation.

These;

  • Woman’s age,
  • Poor quality of sperm in male,
  • The anxiety and stress experienced by couples,
  • Failed to get results from different operations it can make IVF (IVF) treatment necessary.

The aim of this method is to connect one or more egg cells with sperm in an environment outside the body. In the continuation of the process, fertilization and fetal development are provided, transferring the fetus to the mother’s abdomen. Thus, it becomes possible for couples to have children by ensuring that the woman is conceived. Different techniques treatments use in fertilization(IVF). These methods,

  • Conventional IVF,
  • Mini IVF
  • Natural IVF
  • IVF Donor Insemination

The classic IVF method in the first phase of conventional IVF operation, it is aimed to increase egg cells by pre-treatment with the drug. In the next stage, egg cells are taken from the individual with a short-term anesthesia. The egg cells taken in the third stage are placed in the food solution in the laboratory environment and covered with a large number of active sperm. In the final stage, the embryo is carefully inserted into the uterine cavity under the supervision of ultrasound and with the help of a catheter left.

Nowadays, approximately 15 out of every 100 couples are infertile. Reproductive systems may experience problems in men or women or both. Infertility, which is considered a health problem, is used to identify couples who want to have children but do not succeed for at least 1 year. Studies show that infertility is due to caused by 40% female,40% male and 20% female and male. The source of this problem in women is disorders of the ovaries, while the number of sperm in men and the quality of sperm.

Process of Fertilization