Who Should Have IVF?
1- Disorders Related to Tubes:
Those who have both tubes are surgically removed or whose tubes are blocked (past ectopic pregnancy, infection, tuberculosis, etc.)
2- Ovulation and Ovary Disorders:
Those with ovulation disorders such as low egg reserve (LER) or Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).
Ovarian Cysts (e.g.: Endometriosis cyst etc.)
3- Uterine Disorders:
Structural disorders such as myoma and polyps
Congenital disorders that divide the uterus into (septum, subseptum, unicorn uterus, etc.)
Congenital uterine deformities (“T” or “Y” shaped uterus)
4- Endometriosis (advanced stage) is the settlement of the endometrium cells, forming the inner tissue of the uterus, in places other than this region. This both impairs egg quality and prevents the egg from reaching the uterus.
5- Widespread intra-abdominal adhesions
6- In cases where the woman is over 40 years old and cannot get pregnant
7- When there are disorders related to the sperm in men
Low sperm count (Oligozoospermia)
Absence of sperm cells in the ejaculate (Azoospermia)
Little or no sperm motility (Asthenozoospermia)
Low rate of normal sperm shape and structure (morphology) (Teratozoospermia)
Less amount of ejaculate
Sperm high DNA damage
Severe sperm pathologies (e.g.: Globozoospermia)
8- Genetic diseases in couples (such as Turner, Klinefelter, Translocations, Thalassemia, Single-gene diseases)
9- In case of unexplained infertility
In vitro fertilization method can be applied to almost all causes of infertility. In the presence of genetic diseases, advanced genetic tests are performed using NGS technique in the embryo and a healthy embryo is obtained.