Frequently Asked Questions

  • How many times can in vitro fertilization be tried?

    Pregnancy is possible at the rate of 80% after the 4th attempts if patiences show patience. Success chance decreases after the 6th attempt.

  • What are the factors that affect the success?

    One of the most important factors affecting the success is the woman's age. The chance for success decreases in women over the age of 35. Cause of infertility, long infertility duration, problem both in man and woman affect the success of the quality of the embryo.

  • What Should You Bring with You?

    We kindly request you to bring the following documents, if available, with you to the first interview in order to start your treatment as soon as possible.

    • Any surgery report or note
    • Sperm analysis (if more than one, all)
    • Hormone analyses of the woman
    • Medical reports of previous treatments
    • Uterus X-Ray
    • Chromosome analysisi
    • Medical reports related to other diseases, if any
  • What is the success rate?

    Pregnancy rate per embryo transfer is 50% to 55% averagely. This rate reduces by 15% in patients over the age of 40 while increasing to 60% in younger patients.

  • Is there any significant difference between microinjection and conventional in vitro fertilization (IVF) for success?

    There is no difference in pregnancy rates between the two methods.

  • What is the procedure for embryos that are not transferred?

    Embryos that are not transferred can be frozen and preserved to be used for future attempts upon your request. Such attempts do not require re-stimulation of the ovaries. This provides advantage in terms of both finance and time.

  • When pregnancy is understood?

    The result is obtained with a blood pregnancy test 12 days after embryo transfer.

  • How many embryos are transferred at a time?

    Patient's age and embryo quality determine this. In our clinic, usually 2 or 3 embryos are transferred at a time.

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