Infertility

First of all, “What is infertility?” is a question that requires an answer. Infertility can be defined as a situation of the inability to have children naturally.

Couples who have had regular and unprotected sexual acts for at least 1 year, if they cannot have children, this is defined as having infertility. Around the world, approximately 15% of infertility is seen. Infertility is separate in men and women and occurs almost equally. Aging is one of the most common causes of infertility.

It can be seen due to some diseases, but people with no history of the disease may also experience infertility. It is very important for couples who plan to have children to get information about infertility treatment. By using this information, pregnancy may be possible naturally or with alternative techniques.


    I have read and accept theKVKK text.


    Infertility And Pregnancy In Women

    Pregnancy in women occurs when the reproductive system and the endocrine system work together. The endocrine glands in the brain, the hypothalamus and pituitary gland, must function properly. The hypothalamus stimulates the pituitary gland. Thus, the pituitary gland activates the LH and FSH hormones. Hormones then come to the ovaries through the bloodstream.

    Then, the sacs (follicles) filled with ovaries begin the maturation phase. The healthiest mature egg is deposited in the canal between the uterus and ovaries. These are the fallopian tubes, where the egg can survive for 24 hours. Sperm, which is a male reproductive cell, can live in the female body for up to 5 days. With fertilization, the zygote turns into an embryo and pregnancy occurs.

    The causes of infertility preventing pregnancy in women can be listed as follows:

     

    • Thyroid hormone disorders,
    • Cancer treatments,
    • Hyperprolactinemia,
    • Early menopause,
    • Ovulation irregularities,
    • Endometriosis,
    • Advanced age,
    • Having adhesions in the uterus,
    • Some pathologies in the uterus,
    • Blocked fallopian tubes,
    • Low egg reserve (AMH),
    • Traumas of the reproductive organs.

    Infertility In Men

    Sperm is very important in the reproductive system in men. It is produced by different glands. It is excreted by ejaculation. There should be an average of more than 15 million sperm cells in each milliliter of semen. Sperm count, shape, and mobility are factors that affect fertilization.

    “What are the causes of infertility in men?” The question can be answered as follows:

    • Congenital obstruction of sperm ducts,
    • Problems with sperm morphology (deformities),
    • Low sperm count,
    • Poor sperm quality,
    • Absence of sperm in the semen
    • Exposure to chemicals,
    • Sitting down to work,
    • Alcohol and cigarette consumption.
    infertility kısırlık tedavisi

    FAQ

    Some of the signs of infertility are pain during sex, hormone changes, heavy menstrual periods, dark menstrual blood, etc.

    No, semen allergy does not affect infertility directly. It's also called seminal plasma hypersensitivity. It occurs if a woman has an immune system reaction to proteins in semen. This is not a common case.

    In order to decide and begin an infertility treatment, first of all, the cause of infertility should be known. Methods such as IVF treatment, egg rejuvenation (PRP), vaccination (IUI), microinjection, egg freezing, and assisted hatching are often preferred in the treatment of infertility.

    * Treatment for which we provide intermediary service.