Who is IVF Treatment Applied to?

If a woman whose ovary has been removed as a result of the interventions, if the hormone capacity is good, there is no objection to the application of in vitro fertilization treatment.

IVF
Prof. Dr. Ulun ULUĞ
Written by Prof. Dr. Ulun ULUĞ. 0 comments 4926 views

Who is IVF treatment applied to?

  • The formation and development of male or female gametes are not completed as expected, that is, in the case of infertility,
  • In women whose tubes are both blocked,
  • People with ovulation problems
  • In women, in patients who have a complex problem that occurs as a result of abnormal functioning of some glands along with the ovaries due to hormonal imbalance.
  • Endometriosis , when the endometrioma in the inner layer of the uterus is present outside the uterus, mostly in the ovaries, peritoneum and, to a lesser extent, in various parts of the body.
  • In case of having cysts encountered in the ovaries that cause infertility,
  • In cases where sperm quality is impaired,
  • In the case of no sperm in the semen, in the medical term azoospermia,
  • In the detection of cervical factor
  • In the detection of immunological factors
  • In cases where the tubes are blocked (closed) or in women who have to have their tubes removed by surgery,
  • Minimum sperm or egg count
  • If the woman is older, IVF treatment can be applied to women who can be treated with microinjection.

Can IVF treatment be applied to women whose ovaries have been removed as a result of surgical operation?

If a woman whose ovary has been removed as a result of the interventions, if the hormone capacity is good, there is no objection to the application of in vitro fertilization treatment. Women with a single ovary can achieve their pregnancy by normal means. Unfortunately, IVF treatment cannot be applied to a woman whose both ovaries have been removed as a result of surgical intervention . Since eggs cannot be obtained from such patients, hormone levels are not sufficient. Therefore, current technology and medical facilities remain impossible.

Can in vitro fertilization be performed on women whose oviducts, in other words, one or both of their tubes were removed by surgery before?

In vitro fertilization treatment can be applied with peace of mind in women who have 1 or 2 tubes removed due to a previous surgery. In vitro fertilization has nothing to do with the woman's egg canals, that is, her tubes. For this reason, IVF treatment can be applied to women with or without tubes. Of course, the pregnancy success rate is the same for women with such a problem. Women who have a tube can also achieve their pregnancy in the normal way.

Can IVF treatment be applied to women who have had their wombs removed before surgery?

It is not possible to perform in vitro fertilization treatment for women whose uterus had to be removed as a result of surgical operations. In the application of IVF treatment, just like in normal pregnancies, the baby continues to grow in the mother's womb at full speed.

What are the characteristics sought in patients who will receive IVF treatment?

  • Women who have had their tubes removed as a result of closed tubes or an ectopic pregnancy are the most suitable candidates for IVF to have children.
  • Even if the tubes are open, people who have undergone surgery through the abdomen, patients with functional disorders between the tubes and eggs due to intra-abdominal adhesions due to endometriosis and infection are also suitable patients for IVF treatment.
  • Patients who have undergone surgery to minimize ovarian factors due to the presence of diseases such as endometrioma, ie ovarian cyst and cancer.
  • People with polycystic ovary disease and women whose egg quality and quantity decrease due to the age of the woman.
  • In cases of infertility, the cause of which is not yet known, and in various cases whose cause is currently unexplained, the vaccination method is applied first. If the desired response cannot be obtained as a result of the applied method, in vitro fertilization treatment is started.
  • Patients who prevent sexual intercourse in spouses, have problems with vaginimus in women and ejaculation in men.
  • Men with zero sperm in their semen as a result of semen analysis. This disease is called azoospermia. In vitro fertilization treatment is tried by obtaining sperm from the testicles of the male patient, with the support of surgical operations.
  • Men who have had surgery for a testicular tumor.
  • Men who have undergone chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer diseases.
  • Some disorders in sperm production may occur in male patients due to mumps and febrile diseases experienced during adolescence and adulthood. In such cases, the application of IVF treatment is beneficial.
  • As a result of conditions such as undescended testicles in men, in vitro fertilization treatment is applied by creating sperm with the help of surgical interventions.
  • Men who have some defect in the congenital sperm ducts or whose sperm ducts have closed due to previous inflammatory diseases and surgeries. In these patient groups, sperm is taken from the testis with the help of an injector. Afterwards, IVF treatment is applied.
  • In vitro fertilization treatment is applied in the same way in patient groups that do not give the expected response to any other method.
  • There is no problem in the application of IVF treatment in people who have problems with the immune system.
  • In vitro fertilization treatment can be easily applied to couples who face genetic problems.
  • If ondometriosis is seen in the expectant mother, IVF treatment can be applied.
  • Endometriosis is the development of the endometrioma wall, which should be in the uterus and expelled with the help of menstrual bleeding, in a region other than the uterus. After clearing the disease with the help of surgical operations, if no pregnancy is observed within a certain period of time, in vitro fertilization treatment should be applied easily.
  • In vitro fertilization treatment is required because of the stickiness that occurs in the uterus of the woman.
  • Adhesions can be opened as a result of surgical interventions. In this way, the tube and the ovary are able to provide their functions. However, in cases where the function of the tube and ovary is still not achieved with surgical procedures, or if the expected pregnancy does not occur even though it has been achieved, in vitro fertilization treatment can be applied.
  • In addition to these, in vitro fertilization treatment is also applied to father candidates whose sperm count is less than 10 million.

You can visit our Youtube page to get fast and accurate information on personalized in vitro fertilization treatment, pregnancy follow-up, IVF, gynecology, drug use trainings, and many more .

Gynecology, In Vitro Fertilization, Pregnancy and Reproductive Immunology pages.

Comments
Add New Comment