Women who struggle with infertility in their 40s are told that IVF treatment has the highest chance of getting pregnant with their own eggs. However, research from Canada's Western Ontario University shows that the intrauterine vaccination method can also be effective for women in their early 40s.
Stating that you should consider the options depending on the special needs of you and your partner, Obstetrics and IVF Specialist Op. Dr. Betül Kalay gave the following information about in vitro fertilization and vaccination methods:
WHAT IS INTEGRATIVE VACCINATION?
“IUI (intrauterine insemination - intrauterine insemination), also known as artificial insemination, is a simple procedure performed in the office environment.
The doctor inserts the sperm previously collected and processed in the lab into the uterine cavity. Before insertion, the lab 'washes' the sperm by taking the seminal fluid and concentrating the sperm.
Vaccination can be performed with the help of fertility treatments or during the woman's natural ovulation to increase ovulation function.
The sperm is placed in the uterine cavity higher, thus bypassing the cervix and shortening the passage through the fallopian tubes. This increases the number of sperm that have the chance to encounter the egg.
WHAT IS TUBE BABY TREATMENT?
In vitro fertilization (IVF - IVF treatment) is a fertility treatment or assisted reproductive technology procedure in which a man's sperm and a woman's eggs are combined outside the woman's body in a laboratory environment.
Before fertilization occurs, the woman takes fertility drugs to stimulate the ovaries to help a successful egg retrieval. Egg collection is done under sedation and microinjection is performed after a few hours.
After fertilization, the embryo is carefully monitored to determine when to transfer into the uterus.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TUBE BABY AND VACCINATION?
The main difference is that fertilization occurs internally in vaccination. In other words, sperm is injected directly into the woman's uterus. In other words, if fertilization is successful, the embryo will be placed there.
Fertilization with IVF takes place outside or outside of the uterus in a laboratory. Sperm and egg are combined for fertilization and after this procedure, one or more of these successfully fertilized eggs are placed in the woman's uterus. Ideally, the fertilized egg then settles on the lining of the uterus, resulting in pregnancy and the birth of a full-term baby or baby.
IVF has higher success rates than vaccination. Vaccination is much cheaper than IVF. It is generally recommended for couples to try three rounds of vaccination before transferring to IVF.
HOW MUCH THE CHANCE OF SUCCESS OF EXAMINATION?
Canadian researchers reviewed the results of more than 100 vaccination procedures and found that the birth rate for women aged 40 to 42 was 12.9 percent for women of all ages and 9.8 percent per procedure. Older women had significantly more miscarriages, with 30 percent of women in their 35s having failed pregnancy, compared to 35 percent of women between the ages of 40 and 52. ” - Hibya