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Age is the most significant aspect. The likelihood of becoming pregnant decreases with age in women. For females beyond 44, there is essentially very little probability of becoming pregnant. The diseases and infections that previously afflicted the ovaries and fallopian tubes as a result of sexual contact have an adverse effect on a woman’s ability to become pregnant.

IVF success can be impacted by a variety of factors, including sperm quality, embryo adhesion in the womb, myoma or polyp issues, blocked fallopian tubes, and others.

It is an IVF technique that permits fertilization by injecting a solitary sperm into the egg.

In contrast to microinjection, a particular number of sperms are placed around the eggs, and one of them naturally enters the egg.

IVF is used for female infertility, whilst microinjection is used for male infertility.

When traditional therapeutic options fail to produce the desired results, for instance, these methods are applied.

It involves stimulating the ovaries, gathering the eggs, fertilizing them with sperm, and then transferring the fertilized eggs (embryos).

Microinjection is used if there are insufficient sperm. When there isn’t any sperm, a surgical search for sperm inside the testicles is necessary.

Vaginal ultrasonography is used to gather eggs. Short-term anesthetic is typically used for this process.

She can leave right immediately for home, and on the day of egg collecting, she can even return to work in the afternoon.

The ovarian reserve is unaffected by the stimulation of the ovaries during IVF.

An egg must be developed and structurally sound in order to be fertilized. The majority of the eggs cannot be fertilized. Additionally, not every fertilized egg develops into a viable embryo.

First and foremost, it’s important to stop multiple pregnancies. This is made possible by transferring fewer embryos to women who are more likely to become pregnant (young, previously pregnant). In twin pregnancies, attempts are typically avoided. Reducing the pregnancy is advised in triplet pregnancies.

There is a 5% chance that the other embryos will be lost.

Premature delivery and loss rates are higher in twin pregnancies reduced from triplets than in typical twin pregnancies.

After the transfer, she can start engaging in all usual activities, with the exception of her sexual life and sports.

On the eleventh day after the transfer, a blood test called Beta-HCG can be used to determine whether or not a pregnancy has developed. After the embryo transfer, one of our nurses will let you know when the test is scheduled.

Although the effectiveness of delaying sexual activity until after a pregnancy test has not been established, we do so.

About 1-3% of pregnancies can be ectopic. It is known as a heterotypical pregnancy when there is a 5% chance that it will develop within and outside the womb.

From one center to the next, these rates vary. In the Dünya IVF center, we have a very effective embryo freezing program using the vitrification process.

When IVF doesn’t result in pregnancy, a thorough study should be conducted. If a factor inhibiting conception is identified, it needs to be treated. However, the majority of the time, no clear cause is identified.

The entire IVF process, from the start of the procedure to the pregnancy test, takes about 30 days.

You can travel home on the day of the transfer or the day following because there is no clinically demonstrated disadvantage to doing so.

There is no set number for this, however it is seen that the likelihood of conception declines after three trials. In the ensuing trials, pregnancy is still possible, albeit with a reduced likelihood.

It can be determined, but due to ethical and legal considerations, this is often not practicable.

Examining the embryos is recommended if there are genetic problems present in the family and pre-implantation genetic diagnostics is possible.

For many illnesses that share a single gene, such as Mediterranean anemia, sickle cell disease, and others, genetic diagnosis is an option.

Amniosynthesis or chorionic villus sampling, as well as some genetic disorders, can be used to diagnose a pregnancy.

The age of the girl and the embryo’s quality are key factors in success. Pregnancy rates are above 50% for women under the age of 30, but they drop to 10-15% for women over the age of 40.

Hyper stimulation syndrome and multiple pregnancies are the biggest hazards.

At any point in the procedure, there is no requirement to remain in the hospital.

Nothing has changed. When sperm extracted surgically from the testicles is used for fertilization, there can be a minor increase in some abnormalities.