As in vitro fertilization (IVF) was developed to treat women with blocked or absent fallopian tubes, it is preferred for the treatment of infertility related to endometriosis, male factor infertility and unexplained infertility. If the couple cannot have baby through natural methods, IVF treatment can be an option.
The in vitro fertilization process can last anywhere from four to six weeks prior to egg retrieval. The embryo(s) will then be implanted between two to five days afterwards. Not all patients are successful on their first IVF attempt; in fact, it’s not uncommon for patients to go through multiple IVF cycles before finally becoming pregnant.
Normally, patients are asked to wait for one or two full menstrual cycles before resuming another IVF cycle. Certain additional tests may be needed that could delay subsequent IVF cycles.
Because anesthesia is used for egg retrieval, patients feel nothing during the procedure. Egg retrieval is a minor surgery, in which a vaginal ultrasound probe fitted with a long, thin needle is passed through the wall of the vagina and into each ovary. The needle punctures each egg follicle and gently removes the egg through a gentle suction. Anesthesia wears off quickly once egg retrieval is concluded. Patients may feel some minor cramping in the ovaries that can be treated with appropriate medications. 
Because the IVF process bypasses the fallopian tubes (it was originally developed for women with blocked or missing fallopian tubes), it is the procedure of choice for those with fallopian tube issues, as well as for such conditions as endometriosis, male factor infertility and unexplained infertility. A physician can review a patient’s history and help to guide them to the treatment and diagnostic procedures that are most appropriate for them.
IVF procedures have expanded to help more and more patients to achieve their dream of growing their family. Women with PCOS, endometriosis or other physical issues that impair their ability to get pregnant. Women over age 35 who can get pregnant but suffer recurring loss or miscarriage. Men who may have fertility issues can improve their chances of conceiving LGBT couples who wish to have their own children using a gestational carrier or reciprocal IVF. Men and women whose fertility is at risk due to a diagnosis of cancer or other conditions requiring toxic treatments. Also, many who work in high-risk careers (fields such as chemistry, heavy industry or the military) have turned to IVF as a means of preserving their fertility in case of an unexpected loss of fertility.
The amount you pay will vary depending on the treatment you will receive, please contact our accounting department. Payments can not be made in installments.
On the 12th day after the day of the transfer, it is possible to see whether there is a pregnancy with Beta-HCG test in the blood.
They can return immediately to normal activities after transfer except sexual life and sports.
As a result of screening with PGT in combination with IVF, embryos are evaluated as single-one chromosomal results, and 99.9% correct results are obtained. Therefore, gender can be guaranteed during pregnancy.
We find it appropriate to have at least 2 months between the two IVF treatments both in terms of psychological and hormonal aspects.