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What is Embryoscope?

You can think of it as an incubator that records the first photos and videos of your future baby at the beginning of their biological life. This pioneering technique allows embryos to be screened for cell division in real time

Assisted Hatching

Pregnancy may not occur even though good quality embryos are obtained and transferred in IVF treatments. One of the reasons is that the membrane surrounding the embryo does not tear and the embryo cannot hold onto the uterus.

Ovarian Rejuvenation with PRP

Today, the age of having children is increasing upwards due to socio-cultural reasons. As the age progresses, the number and quality decrease, so the chance of conception decreases and the risk of miscarriage increases.

Uterine Resting (Frozen Embryo Transfer)

The eggs developed in standard IVF treatment are collected, mature eggs are fertilized with sperm, then the developing embryos are placed in the uterus on the 3rd or 5th day and this is called fresh embryo transfer.

Intralipid Treatment

It has been suggested that there may be problems in the immune system as one of the causes of failure in IVF treatments.

ERA Test

There is a certain day interval for the embryo to hold on to the uterus and this is called a settling window. In other words, the embryo cannot settle in the uterus any day, the inner membrane of the uterus called the endometrium must be in a certain day

What is Microchip (Micro Fluid Channel System)?

Conventional sperm preparation methods for in vitro fertilization are based on centrifugation and flotation. The prepared sperm sample is examined under a microscope and morphologically uniformly shaped sperm are selected and combined with the ovo cell.

G-CSF (Uterine Wall Healing Fertilization)

Uterine wall thickness during IVF treatment is an important clinical sign that determines the chances of the embryo to adhere to the uterine wall.

Emma and Alice, Endometrio Tests

Recent studies have shown that the inside of the uterus is not completely free of microbes and has a unique structure called microbiome. Useful microbes can be found there as well as microbes that can cause inflammation in the uterus, causing pregnancy to

CD56 Test

Natural Killer Cells, which are part of the immune system, have been found to adversely affect pregnancy formation when elevated levels are present in the uterus.