Egg Donation

Egg donation (egg transplantation) is a method used in patients who cannot achieve pregnancy with their own eggs but have a uterus. In this treatment, eggs from an egg donor are used.

Sperm Donation

Sperm donation is the use of another man’s sperm to fertilize eggs. In cases where there is no sperm, whose sperm is not suitable for use, or where the use of sperm is inconvenient due to diseases, someone else’s sperm can be used. Sperm donation is also a method used in single women.

Embryo Donation

Embryo Donation: If a couple cannot have a child and the examinations show that there is no sperm in the man and no egg in the woman, or if they are of too poor quality to be used, embryo donation is recommended for this couple.

IVF

In Vitro Fertilization Treatment (IVF) stands out as a logical step for individuals who continue to have infertility problems despite traditional treatments. The IVF method is the most effective method today, offering a fertility rate five times higher than the IUI method. IVF is also the most common fertility treatment method and is very useful for women who are older, have damaged fallopian tubes, and are experiencing male factor infertility and similar conditions.

Egg Freezing

If a couple cannot have a child and the examinations show that the man has no sperm and the woman has no eggs or is of too poor quality to be used, embryo donation is recommended for this couple. In this case, a sperm sample selected by the couple is supplied from the sperm bank.

Sperm Freezing

Sperm freezing is the most successful method of preserving a man’s potential for pregnancy. Thanks to sperm freezing technology, it is possible to have a child or children even after many years.

Embryo Freezing

Increasing pregnancy rates are being achieved by using the latest techniques developed through embryo freezing and thawing processes, which have been used for approximately 25 years.

Instead of the slow freezing technique used in the past, the much more successful Vitrification (rapid freezing) technique is now used. Embryos are stored in a dormant state in liquid nitrogen at -196 degrees, thanks to cryoprotectant substances.

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)

On the 3rd day of menstruation, induction is started using needles to increase the number and quality of egg cells.
These injections are administered in varying doses depending on the age of the expectant mother and the status of her egg reserves.