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The treatment protocol is defined based on the woman’s age, past clinical history and the ovarian reserve. This can be discussed further if you contact the clinic and we can take down your details and medical history.

All the tests recommended by ESHRE (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology) are done prior to the treatment. All of the tests can be done in our clinic.

Yes. General anesthesia is routinely for a comfortable procedure. Since the egg collection is a short procedure it takes between 3-10 minutes, mild sedation with propofol suffices you may opt out of anesthesia but is strongly recommended.

Transfer is usally between the second and third day (cleavage stage) this is after the egg collection. In some cases prolonged in vitro cultures are preferred and blastocyst transfer is done on day five.

The National Society of Reproductive Health and Embryology in Turkey recommends that not more than three embryos to be transferred each attempt in ordinary cases. However this does not apply in Turkish legislations, therefore the number of embryos that can be transferred can be increased if there is a valid reason. This will be fully discussed with the couple before process and treatment begins no more than three embryos will be transferred unless both parties are in agreement and they consent. The patient can decide to reduce the amount of embryos transferred at anytime before the procedure. There is no pressure to increase the embryo transfer rate. This would generally apply to women who are over 38 years of age and if there has been a history of recurrent treatment failures.

In our clinic our policy is to transfer 1-3 embryos in the first attempt depending on the patient’s age, quality and the number of the embryos. We take into consideration the patients’ idea prior to define the number of embryos to be transferred (e.g. Single embryo transfer can be done on demand of the couple even in the presence of ten good quality embryos).

According to the Turkish legislations, the remaining embryos can be frozen and stored up to five years. We would require a signed consent form from the patient prior to cryopresrvation.

You should have your pregnancy test done 12 days after embryo transfer let us know the test results via fax, e-mail or telephone. You may keep in touch with us throughout pregnancy for any questions.

It all depends on your age, but most treatment can start 2-3 months after the negative test result.

No. The pregnancy follow up is no different than a natural pregnancy. You can have all the routine tests and examinations in your country.

It is highly reccommended that the first ultrasound examination should be done 10 days after the pregnancy result. This would be to ensure the development of the pregnancy sac and anything is normal. The next scan would need to be the following week to check for embryo development and fetal heart beat.Once these have been done your pregnancy will be no different from a natural pregnancy.

All information regarding treatment will be given before leaving the clinic.

In ordinary cases, one does not have to disclose the medical details.

Yes. Multiple pregnancies are cine qua non of reproductive treatments ranging from 10-30% of all IVF/ICSI treatments throughout the world. Fortunately vast majority of the multiples are twins. In our clinic, in order to minimize the probability of multiple gestation and to overcome the related risks, elective single embryo transfer or dual embryo transfer are performed at blastocyst stage in suitable cases.

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