Artificial Fertilisation

Insemination is the remarkable dance of science and nature, where hope is nurtured and miracles take flight.

It involves injecting healthy and motile sperm into the uterus, cervix or fallopian tubes.
This method is often used when the woman has diseases of the cervix or when the sperm are of poor quality or not in sufficient quantity.

With this method, you can expect a success rate between 10% and 25%.

It is called intrauterine insemination (IUI) when the sperm is injected directly into the uterus and not into the cervix. Only purified sperm can be used to prevent severe allergic reactions. This is achieved by removing dead sperm and other cells from the ejaculate, and freezing the remaining live sperm with a preservative to maintain optimal pH. During ovulation, the cleaned sperm is directly transferred to the uterus.

In intracervical insemination (ICI), the sperm containing the entire ejaculate and natural fluids are injected high into the woman’s vagina near the uterine cervix. The most motile sperm then travel through the cervical mucus and into the uterus, just like in natural intercourse.

In intratubal insemination (ITI), the sperm are injected directly into the fallopian tube. This shortens the distance they have to move to reach the uterus.
This method requires the sperm to be prepared and purified beforehand, just like in IUI.

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What is the difference between insemination and IVF treatment?

During insemination, the sperms are injected into the woman’s body. For this procedure, different methods are available, like IUI, ICI or ITI. The fertilisation takes place in the woman’s body.
During an IVF treatment, fertilisation is realized in a laboratory.

Do I need hormone medication before insemination?

Your doctor may prescribe you some medication before the treatment, depending on your individual situation. Hormone medication can be used to stimulate ovaries so that more eggs are produced and the chance for a successful insemination is increased.

Can I get sperm donation in Turkey?

No, in Turkey, the donation of sperms as well as the donation of eggs is not allowed by law. Only married couples may undergo a fertilisation treatment.

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