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In Vitro Fertilization Treatment

In in vitro fertilization treatment, the egg cell taken from the mother and the father's sperm cells are brought together in a laboratory environment outside the female reproductive system and an embryo is obtained by one of the sperm fertilizing the egg. As a result of placing the embryo obtained in this way into the mother's uterus, it becomes possible to achieve pregnancy in people who cannot become pregnant using normal methods.

If a woman who is under the age of 35 and does not have any disease that may prevent her from becoming pregnant cannot become pregnant despite having unprotected and regular sexual intercourse for 1 year, she should be examined and seek treatment if deemed necessary. For women over the age of 35 or who have previously had any problems affecting pregnancy, it is sufficient to try for 6 months. If pregnancy has not occurred at the end of this period, the necessary treatment procedure should be started as soon as possible to prevent further age and loss of time.

It is generally recommended to try in vitro fertilization 3 times. There is a possibility of pregnancy in attempts after this number, but the chance is very low.

In vitro fertilization treatment can be applied to women up to the age of 45. However, it should be taken into account that the chance of getting pregnant decreases significantly in women over the age of 40. For this reason, the success rate of in vitro fertilization treatment in older women is lower than in younger women and the number of attempts may need to be increased.

Factors such as the age of the expectant mother and embryo quality are of great importance in the success of in vitro fertilization. Therefore, the chance of success varies according to these factors. While the success rate of in vitro fertilization is around 55-60% for women under the age of 30, this rate drops to 15-20% for women over the age of 40.

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