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Infertility Follow-Up

Despite the unprotected sexual intercourse during 12 consecutive ovulation periods of women, the condition of not being pregnant can be defined as “infertility“, that is, “sterility“.

Infertility can be female-induced and male-induced; the couples with suspected infertility should be evaluated simultaneously. Detailed examination procedures, tests and imaging methods must be performed together to diagnose infertility, to find out its detectable causes and to plan infertility treatment specific to the couples. Infertility should not only be seen as a physical problem, but also the fact that it may have psychological and economic effects should not be ignored.

Getting pregnant naturally requires the egg production of the ovaries of women, ovulation, sexual intercourse during the ovulation period, healthy sperms and their movement through the uterus, the ideal structure of the uterus shape and fallopian tubes. All of these elements are considered to be indispensable stages of pregnancy.

What Are The Reasons Of Female Infertility?

There may be many different causes of female infertility that are detectable and undetectable. The detectable causes of female infertility include uterine diseases, ovulation disorders, endometriosis (chocolate cyst), blockages in the fallopian tubes, polycystic ovary syndrome, immune system disorders and cervical wounds.

Hysterosalpingography (HSG), hormone tests, the determination of ovarian reserves should be performed in order to be able to diagnose female infertility; imaging methods should be applied to see whether there is any disorder in the uterus, cervix and fallopian tubes. Hysteroscopy, laparoscopy and genetic tests can be applied for the person.

What Are The Reasons Of Male Infertility?

Semen analysis called spermiogram should be performed for the diagnosis of male fertility. The sperm count and motility are evaluated in the spermiogram results; the sperm morphology is assessed with the Kruger test, which is included in the spermiogram. Factors such as genetic factors, blockage of sperm production by immune system, environmental dynamics, low testosterone, varicocele disease or lack of sexual intercourse due to sexual dysfunctions may lead to male infertility.

How Is Infertility Treated?

After the causes of infertility are determined for the infertile couples, infertility treatment is planned for the couple. Infertility treatments may vary according to the age and infertility causes of women and the primary or secondary (subsequent) infertility.

We, as KADOMER, offer you special solutions with our expert staff for infertility follow-up, infertility diagnosis and infertility treatment.  We prioritize the effectiveness of the treatment alternatives we have planned in line with your expectations and requirements, and we have served you with our experts since 1995 to increase the success of treatment processes that can be challenging for you with our patient-friendly approaches.