IVF in Turkey
Turkey is more than just a tourist destination. If you were desperate to have a child filling your home with laughter and happiness and tried fertility drugs such as clomifene or fertility treatment like IUI without success, then IVF might be your answer. IVF which stands for ;In Vitro Fertilizations; involves combining eggs and sperms outside the body in a laboratory on a culture dish “in vitro” instead of within the body “in vivo”, next the fertilised egg called an embryo is surgically implanted in the woman’s womb.
Louise Brown, born in England in 1978, was the first such baby to be conceived outside her mother, since then millions have been born using this technique, in 2009, nearly two per cent of all the babies born in the UK were conceived as a result of IVF treatment.
Millions of people visit Turkey every year not just for its authentic historical sites or for its bosphorus view or for its amazing culture but also as an international medical destination, where Turkey have become one of the global centers for fertility treatment with doctors having membership of ESHRE, the European Society of Human Reproductive Endocrinology, as well as holding a specialist IVF Turkey certificate from Turkey.
When IVF is recommended
If you have blocked or damaged fallopian tubes or if your partner has a minor problem with his sperm or if you have been trying to conceive for at least two years and a cause has not been found to explain why you have not become pregnant then IVF is usually recommended.