Nowadays, many couples cannot have a baby in their natural ways and are looking for ways to have a baby. The methods that couples who cannot have babies by natural ways to solve these problems include the IVF treatment. In order to be able to treat IVF, people should be eligible for this treatment. What are the conditions necessary for the application of IVF and let us take a look at our article which explains the other information about the treatment. What is IVF? As a result of research conducted in the infertility diagnosis of couples, the baby to have an advanced assisted reproductive technique is called in vitro fertilization. In the treatment of IVF, the sperm collected from the mother candidate and the sperm obtained from the father candidate are combined in the laboratory and the embryo is obtained. The embryos obtained are monitored in the laboratory for a while and placed in the mother's womb at the appropriate time.
Necessary Conditions in IVF Treatment As is known, in vitro fertilization is applied to people who are diagnosed with infertility and who cannot conceive naturally. Therefore, before applying for in-vitro treatment, couples under 35 years of age should be kept in a regular and unaffected manner for 1 year. Since the egg reserve is reduced in women aged over 35, the duration of intercourse is determined as 6 months. For women over 40 years of age, if they have a regular and unprotected relationship for 3 months and are not still pregnant, they should apply for IVF treatment. Apart from this, those who are eligible for IVF treatment are listed as follows; Women with menstrual irregularity Decrease in egg reserve Those who have had ectopic pregnancy before Those with ovarian inflammation Uterine adhesion due to abdominal surgery or closed tubes Operation tubes Sexually transmitted diseases In order to start the IVF treatment, the appropriate types of patients in men are as follows; Sexually transmitted diseases Testicular trauma Premature ejaculation Patients with undescended testicular surgery Radiation workers People in the family who have infertility problems Patients who are fully eligible for IVF treatment are as follows; Cancer treatment Spouses with any genetic disorders Hepatitis and HIV disease in one of the spouses. Who Is Not Applied To IVF Treatment People who do not have IVF treatment are listed as follows; Women in menopause Women undergoing surgical operation In men who do not have sperm production, patients who cannot get sperm in TESE method.