In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) in Turkey

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With MyMediTravel you can browse 7 facilities offering In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) procedures in Turkey. The cheapest price available is $2,500, it's well worth the trip from United States!

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Istanbul, Turkey
Hisar Intercontinental Hospital
4.9
14 reviews

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Elly Cahya, 26 June 2020
Such a convenient and useful service. Mr. Emin was super friendly & helpful. I took the PCR test because I needed to travel home and the result was quite fast and of course in English. I highly recommend Hisar Intercontinental Hospital.
Istanbul, Turkey
Memorial Atasehir Hospital
4.1
9 reviews

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Demet Aktas Yildirim, 16 August 2019
I met with the obstetrician Pervan Hanım and I came face to face with a physician who was so sweet-smiling and extremely good at my job, listening, conscious, knowing what she was saying. I would definitely strongly recommend it but its smiling face, accented speech, dessert is enough. Thank you :))
Istanbul, Turkey
Florya Hosptal

How IVF is done?

#1 - Initial Test

The first step for applying for the medical treatment you are supposed to do some blood tests. You also may do your test in our IVF center. 

#2 - Start Medications

Your initial blood test and scan will help to choose the right way of treatment and dosage of medication for stimulation of your ovaries. 

#3 - Egg Collection

Egg collection is an outpatient procedure that takes about 20 to 30 minutes, depending on the number of follicles present in the ovaries. No cuts are made and no scars remain on the body. 

#4 - ICSI

A few hours after egg retrieval and sperm preparation, fertilization takes place. ICSI it is a procedure where one single sperm is picked up with needle and injected directly to each egg. 

#5 - Embryo Development

Embryo development starts when fertilized eggs are placed in incubator. It is used for determine the day of embryo transfer. 

#6 - Embryo Transfer

This is the final stage of IVF treatment. İn this stage embryos are transfered into a female uterus.The process is pain free.

#7 - Pregnancy Test

After 10 days of embryo transfer the patient is supposed to do pregnancy BETA Hcg test and announce us the result. 

Istanbul, Turkey
Acibadem Taksim
3.8
5 reviews

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xogir kurdi, 19 December 2017
nice hospital, staff, place, and health services i'd went there twice for my fathers leukaemia tests and they received us in airport, take to in hotel then their cars takes us from hotel to hospital. the most important thing that they have translators for every languages. My father is very comfortable with them. then i want to give them all my thanks and appreciation....
Istanbul, Turkey
Bahceci IVF Clinics
Bahceci IVF Clinics is located in Levent Mahallesi, Istanbul, Turkey and performs 11 procedures across 3 specialties. It is 5.5 Km away from the City and was established in 2010 Jan.
Istanbul, Turkey
Ota & Jinemed Hospital
3.6
5 reviews

From 5 verified reviews

Zeynep, 12 May 2018
I do not know of a doctor who is as concerned and dearly proficient as Fahrunnisa Hanim in Dermatology department of Ota Jinemed Hospital. I do this as a person who experienced both Istanbul Maslak Acibadem and Acibadem hospitals in Eskişehir. Do not bother to tell the story. Although I have settled in Eskişehir, I am still coming to Istanbul for all kinds of dermatological problems. Thank you very much.
Istanbul, Turkey
Medipol Mega University Hospital
4.5
10 reviews

From 10 verified reviews

Mehmet Kandemir, 13 April 2020
Taking care of patients with the understanding of their approach and unlimited help to patients with guest Eda

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What you need to know about In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) in Turkey

Phases of IVF

In order for a pregnancy to occur naturally, the ovary releases an egg at ovulation which travels through the Fallopian tube where it meets the sperm and is then fertilized. The fertilized egg enters the uterine cavity where it implants in the thickened lining of the uterus (the endometrium).  

Through IVF treatment (In Vitro Fertilisation), the ovaries are stimulated to produce a number of eggs which are then collected and mixed with sperm in the laboratory; this then allows fertilization to occur. The developing embryos are monitored closely and the healthiest embryos are then transferred into the uterus to allow implantation to occur.     

IVF is a series of procedures performed to treat infertility especially to women over the age of 40. It can also be used as a treatment for certain health conditions such as Ovulation Disorder, Premature Ovarian Failure, Fallopian Tube Damage, Endometriosis, Unexplained Infertility, Uterine Fibroids, Impaired sperm production or function, Previous tubal sterilization or removal, Genetic Disorder or Fertility preservation for cancer patients.  

MyMediTravel currently lists 7 facilities in Turkey offering In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) procedures - see above for the complete list, along with estimated prices. The price of a In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) can vary according to each individual’s case and will be determined based on photos and an in-person assessment with the specialist. For a personalized quote Click Here to submit your details

What does the Procedure Involve?

IVF is a long process and may take several months to be complete. Although this procedure will increase your chances of getting pregnant, there’s still no guarantee that it will all be effective to all.

Before performing IVF procedures, you and your partner must first undergo a series of tests such as Semen analysis, Ovarian reserve testing, Infectious disease screeningMock embryo transfer, and Uterine cavity exam.

After the screening, both of you will now undergo IVF procedures:

Fertility medications - these are prescribed medications to stimulate your ovaries to increase your egg production. Multiple eggs must be produced because it is expected that some eggs will not develop or be fertilized after retrieval. During this stage, a transvaginal ultrasound is used to check the ovaries and also a blood test will be administered to check your hormone levels.

Your eggs will be collected through minor surgery. This procedure will be done by using the latest ultrasound technology to guide a needle in each of your ovaries for egg extraction. Usually, propofol-based anesthesia will be used while you undergo the procedure.

Sperm sample - Your partner will now be asked to produce a sperm sample that will be combined with your extracted eggs for fertilization. If you will be using donated sperm, it will be removed from being frozen and will be prepared the same way.

Insemination - In this procedure, the eggs and sperm will be mixed together and be stored in a laboratory dish to undergo fertilization. If in case there is a low possibility of fertilization, intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) may be used. By doing this, a single sperm will be directly injected into the egg; the eggs will be closely monitored if fertilization will occur.

Embryo Transfer- Once fertilization is successful, cell division will take place; fertilized eggs are now called embryos. These embryos will now be transferred to your uterus 3-5 days upon egg retrieval and fertilization. For women under 40, one or two embryos can be transferred and for women aged 40 and above, a maximum of 3 embryos can be transferred. The number of embryos to be transferred must be restricted to prevent the risks of multiple births.

How Long Should I Stay in Turkey?

Although it is advisable that you will need to take it easy after the embryo transfer, some women are able to resume their normal daily routine after the procedure. Note that your scheduled follow-up checkups with your surgeon are essential to your recovery and healing and you will be expected to stay in Turkey for 10-12 days. However, you must also be aware of its possible side effects:

  • Passing a small amount of fluid (may be clear or blood-tinged) after the procedure
  • Mild cramping and/or bloating
  • Constipation
  • Breast Tenderness

What's the Recovery Time?

12 days after egg retrieval, your doctor will test your blood to check if you are pregnant. So you will need to stay local for a little longer after IVF to ensure all procedures are fully successful.

What About Aftercare?

Counseling is very important when you are having IVF; everyone must fully understand that not all IVF procedures have successful outcomes. It is highly recommended that couples should have proper counseling during and after IVF treatment.

What's the Success Rate?

The success rate of IVF depends on several factors, including maternal age, lifestyle, the cause of infertility, and reproductive history.  40% of Women under the age of 35 will be successful and 25% of women aged 36 to 41 will be successful and only 4% over the age of 42 will be successful. You must also understand that pregnancy rates are not exactly the same as the live birth rate. Furthermore, you also need to know that there are some minor risks associated with IVF, for example, you may experience nausea or vomiting, shortness of breathing, Faintness, stomach pains and bloating, and potential weight gain.

Are there Alternatives to In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)?

In Vitro Fertilization is not the only possible treatment for infertility. Other fertility treatments to consider may include:

Intrauterine Insemination - commonly known as artificial insemination. In this procedure, sperm is inserted via the cervix into your uterus when you’re ovulating.

Surgery - in some cases both males and females must undergo a corrective surgical procedure if their reproductive organs are the ones causing fertility issues. Such corrective surgical options can help without the need for other infertility treatments.

Lifestyle changes - instead of undergoing any infertility treatment, your fertility specialist may suggest that you make a series of lifestyle changes that may be causing such problems. This may involve weight reduction, reducing alcohol consumption, and quitting smoking.

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