ICSI in Turkey

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When only the male partner is afflicted with sterility, an ICSI treatment (intracytoplasmic sperm injection) is often the only possibility to have biological children.

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) with Specialists in Turkey

An unfulfilled wish for a child can take great strain over once psyche and be a burden to a partnership. Modern medicine comes up with a few methods of artificial insemination for help. Besides the intrauterine insemination, the in vitro fertilisation (IFV), we will explain the third method of artificial insemination, the intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).

The team of Aesthetic-Travel in Antalya knows the most renowned specialists in centres for women wishing to become pregnant in Turkey. These specialists have profound know-how and long-term experiences together with the needed sensibility for your wish. Our team is here to help you to establish an appointment for a detailed consultation. Talk to us!

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection: Broad Consultation, Diagnostic and an individual Treatment Concept

ICSI is an artificial insemination method to fertilize ova outside of the female body by a fine hollow needle with the semen of the partner and to return back to the womb. The Turkish specialist will explain everything in detail about risks and complications, alternative possibilities and the costs for an ICSI in Turkey. After an elaborate medical history and diagnosis, the most promising method is selected.

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Your Chance to become a Parent

Your ova are fertilised in an embryological laboratory with the sperm of the partner direct into each ovum. A certain amount of embryos will be returned. In a favourable case, pregnancy is developing from this and multiple pregnancies are possible.

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    The procedure of Turkish Specialists with Artificial Insemination

    Professionalism and expertise are needed in combination with a good portion of sensibility by all concerned when it comes to artificial insemination. In Turkey the doctors performing ICSI by the latest European standards for medicine and medical techniques.

    We would like to convince you because we work together with the most capable doctors for intracytoplasmic sperm injection in Turkey.

    ICSI and the detailed Procedure

    An ICSI is done outside of the female body in an embryological laboratory. This makes sense when the quality of the sperm of the partner is not sufficient for natural fertilisation. Hormones are given by injection before the harvesting of ova. This is done under general anaesthetic.

    Still, on the same day, the ova and spermatozoa are brought together. The difference of the ICSI method and the IVF method is, that the former is done with a fine needle directly injected to the ovum.

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    One day later your doctor can tell which of them are fertilised. Some can be frozen others are placed back into the womb. No anaesthetic is needed for this procedure.

    Within the next two weeks and a daily doses of progesterone it is determined if the embryos have lodged and pregnancy has begun.

    The team from Aesthetic-Travel hopes to arrange for you an appointment for a consultation with the Turkish specialists for artificial insemination.

    ICSI in Turkey – At a glance

    Duration of Procedure

    1 - 3 Weeks

    Hospital Stay

    1 - 3 Weeks

    Recovery Time

    1 - 3 Weeks


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    ICSI in Turkey – Frequently Asked Questions

    An ICSI is with an IVF one of the most used methods for treatment von unwanted childlessness. In both cases, ova are taken from the woman to be fertilised with sperm outside of the body. The former technique is used, when the sperm cell count is insufficient.

    The woman should be between 25 to 40 years old, the man not older than 50 years.

    The chances varying from couple to couple and depending on different factors. The probability lies by 20 to 25 per cent, by fertile couples even by 30 per cent. After three treatments a ratio of 40 per cent success is possible. However, it has to be mentioned, that for 50 to 60 per cent of all couples who have the wish to have a child, both methods, the ICSI and the IVF, are not working and they stay childless.