Endometriosis

Endometriosis Infertility Treatments – Endometriosis The Endometrium The lining of the uterus responds to change that take place during a woman’s monthly menstrual cycle.The cycle often is about 28 days. First, the endometrium grows and thickens to prepare for a possible pregnancy. If pregnancy does not occur, the endometrium then thins and is shed by bleeding. These changes are triggered by hormones (estrogen and progesterone)

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PCOS

PCOS Infertility Treatments – PCOS Polystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a disorder in which the ovaries are enlarged and contain many small cysts (fluld-filled sacs). Women with PCOS may have irregular or no menstrual periods.PCOS ia a condition that can last many years and can have a major impact on a women’s health.This pamphlet discuses PCOS and explains how it can be treated. The Menstrual Cycle An average menstrual cycle is ab

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IVF FAQ

Questions and Answers 1.How long after starting stimulation will egg collection be? Ovulation induction may last approximately for 12 days. 2.About the monitoring during stimulation phase of treatment: a) what monitoring normally takes place during the stimulation phase of the treatment (e.g. blood tests for oestrogen, for progesterone and scans)? Follicle measurements and hormone levels in blood will indicate the time for oocyte aspiration

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IVM

IVM   Infertility Treatments – IVM IVM ( In vitro maturation) = This procedure can be thought of IVF without the use of heavy of medication. Eggs are being collected when they reach 14 mm in size ( unlike IVF where the size is usually 17-19 mm) , or when egg becomes to get bigger than the others. IVM is preferred usually for patients who suffer from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. In PCOS patients, if one egg gets too big, it starts to

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Insemination

Insemination (IUI) Infertility Treatments – Insemination (IUI) Insemination – placing sperm in a woman`s vagina by means other than sex-is an option to treat infertility in the couple. In most cases, the sperm are treated in a lab to increase the chances for fertilization. Around the time of ovulation, the sperms are placed into the vagina, cervix, or uterus by the doctor. The woman`s partner or a donor may provide the sperm for ins

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IVF/ICSI

IVF/ICSI IVF AND JINEMED When the first “test tube baby” was born in London in 1978, even the doctors couldn’t have known how this development would open a new era in treating infertility. Louise Brown was born after years of hard work and several failed attempts. Since that first success, in vitro fertilization (IVF) has provided the key to treating infertility not only in England, but worldwide.Through IVF, gynecologists learned

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Male Factor

Male Factor Infertility Treatments – Male Factor Sperm Extraction and Testicular Biopsy If there is no sperm in the ejaculate, either PESA, MESA, TESA or TESE will be performed. An Urologist will decide which of these procedures will be the most effective one for the patient. According to this decision, The Urologist and the Embryolog will perform the selected procedure together. Each of these procedures will be performed under local

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Female Factor

Female Factor Infertility Treatments – Female Factor Causes of Female Infertility 1) AGE FACTOR In normal conditions, the chance of pregnancy during a regular unprotected sexual intercourse is % 80 in the first year. In the second year, the chance is %10, in the third year the chance is % 1,2 and in the fourth year %0, 6. After 40 years of age, the chance of pregnancy decreases greatly. Even though ovulation happens, the chance of fer

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PGD [Embryo Biopsy]

PGD (Embryo Biopsy) Infertility Treatments – PGD (Embryo Biopsy) PGD ( Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis ) procedure is performed 3 days after the ICSI. When the embryos reach 8 cell-stage, one cell will be taken out from each embryo. These cells will be analyzed in the patalogy department for diseases which may result from family history, genetical conditions, etc, .Upon the PGD, the doctors will place healthiest embryos back to the

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