Posted 02/15/2019 by Medicana IVF Center in Turkey

IVF with ICSI Turkey

Price: 3750USD

IVF with ICSI (all inclusive package). Turkish law framework shapes that IVF can be done only using intended mother’s oocytes and intended father's sperm. IVF cycle package costs 3750 USD including all blood tests during the treatment, embryo hatching, mock embryo transfer, freezing the extra embryos and storage for one year, all the drugs and medications until embryo replacement and also 20 night accommodation in an apartment and airport transfers (if you land on Atatürk airport)

What IVF cycles are prohibited in Turkey?

IVF with donated oocytes (*donated oocytes + intended father’s sperm): not allowed in Turkey.

IVF with donated oocytes and ICSI (*donated oocytes + intended father’s sperm + ICSI): not allowed in Turkey.

IVF with donated sperm: (*intended mother’s oocytes + donated sperm): not allowed in Turkey.

IVF with donated sperm and ICSI: (*intended mother’s oocytes + donated sperm + ICSI): not allowed in Turkey.

IVF with donated oocytes and sperm: not allowed in Turkey.

IVF with donated oocytes and sperm + ICSI: not allowed in Turkey.

IVF with PGD (gender selection): not allowed in Turkey.

What is IVF treatment?

During IVF, eggs are removed from the woman's ovaries and fertilized with sperms in a laboratory. The fertilized eggs, called embryo, are then returned to the woman's womb to grow and develop.

The summary of timeline for IVF treatment is as follows:

Ovary stimulation

For 8 to 10 days beginning at second or the third day of your menstrual cycle, you will have gonadotropin self-injection, a type of fertility drug that stimulates your ovaries to develop multiple mature eggs. Normally, a woman produces one egg per month. Fertility drugs tell the ovaries to produce several eggs. You also need to take another synthetic drug like antagonist to control the growth and keep your body from releasing the eggs too early (premature ovulation ).

Follicle development

While taking these medications, you will be visiting our clinic every two to three days to have your blood hormone ( estradiol ) levels checked and transvaginal ultrasound measurements of your ovaries done. This allows us to monitor the development of the follicles– the fluid-filled sacs where eggs get matured.

The final trigger shot

When the follicles are ready after 8 to 10 days, you will get a "trigger shot," an injection that causes the eggs to mature fully and become capable of being fertilized. About 36 hours after your trigger shot, your eggs are ready to be retrieved.

Gathering the eggs

Your doctor will give you a general anaesthetic and insert an ultrasound probe through your vagina to look at your ovaries and identify the follicles. A thin needle is then inserted through the vaginal wall to remove the eggs from the follicles. In average, 8 to 12 eggs are usually retrieved from the women between 30-35 years of age. You may have some light cramping and spotting for a few days afterwards, but most women feel better in a day or two.


An embryologist (a scientist who is specialized in eggs, sperms, and embryos) will examine your eggs before combining them with your partner's sperm and incubating them overnight. Fertilization usually happens during this time. If sperms’ quality is poor, or if fertilization was unsuccessful during previous IVF trials, we may prefer using a technique called intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). With ICSI, a single sperm is injected directly into each mature egg. We do not charge the patients extra for ICSI

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