IVF treatment in couples who cannot have children with natural methods has been successfully applied for many years. IVF treatment, an auxiliary reproductive technique; infertility, advanced age, infections in women and blockages in tubes, low sperm count and poor quality in men, obesity, such as metabolic disorders due to couples who cannot have children opportunity to be able to.
IVF treatment, which is the most common infertility treatment today, is the artificial fertilization technique applied by combining male and female reproductive cells in laboratory conditions and placing the fertilized egg in the womb. This process is performed by collecting the eggs with the female reproductive cell and the sperm that are male reproductive cells under certain conditions. After fertilization is completed in a healthy way, the egg is expected to begin the division process and become an embryo-called structure, then the embryo is placed in the womb and successfully clinging as a result of pregnancy. After this stage, pregnancy is no different from pregnancies formed by natural methods.
In IVF treatment, two different methods are used to implant fertilized eggs in the uterus in a laboratory environment. The first of these is the classical IVF treatment, egg cells and sperm cells are expected to be fertilized on their own by being side-by-side in a particular environment. In the microinjection application, which is another method, sperm cells are injected directly into the egg cell using special pipettes. Which of these two techniques according to the individual characteristics of couples should be preferred by specialist physicians. The aim of the treatment process is to provide the most suitable environment for fertilization and a healthy pregnancy to occur.
What is IVF?
In IVF treatment, the egg cell taken from the mother and the sperm cells of the father are brought together in a laboratory environment outside the female reproductive system and an embryo is obtained by fertilizing the egg of a sperm from them. To create pregnancy in people who are not conceived by normal methods as a result of placing the embryo obtained in the womb in this way becomes possible.
When should couples who can’t have children turn to IVF treatment?
If a woman under 35 years of age and has no disease that can prevent her from conceiving, if she cannot conceive despite having 1 year of unprotected and regular sexual intercourse, she must be examined and treated if necessary Reference. Women who are over 35 years of age or have any problems affecting preceding before should try for 6 months. If the pregnancy does not occur at the end of this period, the age does not progress any longer and no time is lost the necessary treatment procedure should be started as soon as possible.
How many times can IVF be tried?
Ivf trial is generally recommended 3 times. There is also the possibility of pregnancy occurrence in the trials after this number, but the chances are very low.
How old can IVF be applied?
IVF treatment can be applied in women up to the age of 45. However, it should be noted that the chances of getting pregnant in women over 40 years of age have decreased significantly. For this reason, the success rate in IVF treatment in older women is lower than in younger women and the number of trials may need to be increased.
What are the chances of success in IVF?
Factors such as the age of the mother and embryo quality are of great importance in IVF success. Therefore, the chances of success vary depending on these factors. In women under 30, the success of IVF is 55-60% but in woman over the age of 40,IVF success is 15-20%.
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