Women's problems are responsible for approximately 40-45% of not being able to conceive. These are; Ovulation disorders, Age factor, Diminished ovarian reserve, Damaged and blocked tubes, Endometriosis, Problems related to the cervix, Uterine problems, Polycystic ovarian Syndrome (PCOS),Allergic reasons.
In about 40-45% of couples who do not have children, the problem is related to the male partner. The causes of male infertility are gathered in 2 main groups; Sperm production disorders affecting the number and quality of sperm, and blockages in the channels that carry the sperm out.
We do not offer genetic tests to embryos in every couple who are in our IVF program, however, this examination is recommended for couples with certain characteristics and risks. These are listed as follows: In couples with a genetic or hereditary disease carrier, In couples with a child or children with previous genetic diseases, In advanced maternal (age 38 and over),Couples with recurrent early pregnancy losses-miscarriages, In couples who could not achieve pregnancy despite applying assisted reproductive techniques several times, in couples where Chromosomal disorders or genetic diseases are associated with severe male infertility, With the purpose of HLA genotyping (tissue typing) and also identification of some diseases with genetic predisposition.