Cinnah Cad. No:54 Çankaya Ankara Türkiye

WHY ANATOLİA?

Professor Hakan Yaralı, MD, the founder of Anatolia IVF, has been in the field of IVF more than 25 years.  The mission of Anatolia IVF, which is the busiest IVF center in Ankara, is to provide the state-of-art clinical practice with the cutting-edge laboratory and genetic technology along with high moral and ethical values. 

We offer a wide range of assisted reproductive services including, IVF, ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection), embryo freezing, pre-implantation genetic screening/diagnosis (PGS/PGD), microscopic TESE (micro-TESE) and intrauterine insemination (IUI).  We tend to perform blastocyst-stage (Day 5) embryo transfer in fresh IVF/ICSI cycles in over 90% of the cases.  Such a near exclusively blastocyst-stage transfer policy is associated with very high implantation rates and minimized twin rates.  Very efficient freezing technologies (<98% survival rate following thawing) permit us to offer our patients the highest cumulative live birth rates (fresh and frozen replacement cycles.

We offer PGS mainly for women with advanced maternal age but also for recurrent implantation failure and recurrent miscarriage.  We do blastocyst stage (Day 5/6) biopsy for this purpose.  The best genetic platform (Next Generation Sequencing with high resolution) is used for the genetic analysis.  PGD for genetic diseases as well as for numerical/structural chromosomal errors (translocations) are also offered. 

Diagnostic and operative hysteroscopic procedures are also performed at our setting.

Fee advantage (half of the cost that you will be paying at a comparable western European respectful IVF clinic) along with good/clean nearby accommodation facilities and fluent English speaking medical staff & support personnel will let your visit a successful and an enjoyable one.  We pride ourselves on giving this opportunity to even the most challenging of patients.


We look forward to welcoming you at Anatolia IVF!


(Sperm/egg donation and surrogacy are strictly prohibited by legislation in Turkey)