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IVF and Human Evolution

Humans, like all species, are molded by evolution through natural selection. While evolution is fundamental to all biological processes, the critical phase for competition and selection is reproduction, which includes various stages from courtship and mating to fertilization and pregnancy...

Embryo Glue and Its Importance in IVF Treatment

IVF treatment is a common practice in Cyprus, offering hope to couples who wish to conceive. One of the crucial stages in IVF treatment is embryo transfer. Can using a special substance like Embryo Glue increase success rates? Let's explore what Embryo Glue is and its role in IVF treat...

What is Assisted Hatching? Types, Benefits, and Side Effects

Assisted Hatching

Assisted hatching is a technique used during in vitro fertilization (IVF) to weaken the outer layer of an embryo, with the aim of facilitating the implantation process. This method is used to increase the chances of success in infertility treatments. Assisted...

Sperm DNA Fragmentation Rate and In Vitro Fertilization Success

Infertility has become a global issue affecting approximately 180 million people in today's world. Male factor infertility is present in about 10% of couples, and nearly half of infertility cases are attributed to male factors. 


The integrity of sperm D...

Vitamin D and Female Infertility

The relationship between vitamin D and infertility has been extensively researched worldwide over the past 30 years. It has been demonstrated that vitamin D has metabolic/hormonal beneficial effects, especially on polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis.



Male-Induced Infertility (Male Infertility)

Since infertility is not an individual's, but a couple's problem, focusing only on problems related to women means not seeing half of the picture.  In 35% of couples diagnosed with infertility the problem is caused by a woman, in 20% - caused both by a woman and a man, in 30%...

Recurrent Failure of IVF (recurrent implantation failure)

It is the failure to achieve pregnancy after transfer of at least four good quality embryos, fresh or frozen, at least 3 separate times (cycles) to a woman under 40 years of age. Implantation is when the embryo (fertilized egg) adheres to the endometrium (the lining of the uterus) and the...

Use of Frozen and Fresh Oocytes in Egg Donation Treatment

Egg freezing (cryopreservation) is an important part of assisted reproductive treatment. application. Obtaining embryos from frozen eggs dates back to the 1980s. Egg There have been significant developments in the freezing process since the 1980s. Slow freezing has replaced vitrification....

Endometrıal PRP

The receptivity and thickness of the endometrium (uterine wall) plays a crucial role in achieving pregnancy. intrauterine (intrauterine) autologous (patient's own) PRP (platelet rich plasma) infusion can be used in patients diagnosed with infertility with recurrent implantation failur...


Endometriosis - IVF? Surgery?

Endometriosis is a disease that causes infertility and pain. The classic definition of this disease: Uterus is the presence of endometrium (the tissue in which the baby is implanted) tissue outside the uterus. Infertility About 50% ...

Mıcro TESE (Mıcrodıssectıon Testıcular Sperm Extractıon)

Sperm (male reproductive cells) pass through 3 different stages of formation to become mature spermatozoa. It takes between 42 and 76 days for the sperm to become mature and ready for ejaculation. Sperm develop in the testicles in areas called seminiferous tubules, in the cavity of Sertol...

DHEA Use and IVF Success

DHEA (dihydroepiandosterone) is an adrenal hormone that helps the body produce testosterone and oestrogen. In particular, it is considered the main precursor of male hormones (androgens). Publications on DHEA have appeared in the database since 2015.


DHEA is use...

Uterıne Wall Thıckness and IVF Success Rates

In vitro fertilisation is a treatment method that has been used worldwide for about 30 years. IVF success rates vary from 8.6 per cent to 46 per cent. This incredible difference in success rates depends on certain factors. The age of the expectant mother is the factor that affects IVF suc...

Causes of Infertılıty

The definition of infertility is the inability of a couple to achieve pregnancy despite a year of unprotected intercourse.  If the age of the expectant mother is over 35, 6 months of unprotected intercourse is sufficient for the diagnosis of infertility.  Approximately 85% of co...

Lıfestyle and IVF Success Rates

When it comes to the success rate of IVF treatment, the cause of infertility, the woman's age and ovarian reserve immediately come to mind, but the patient's lifestyle is also among the factors to be considered.



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