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It is defined as the inability to get pregnant after 1 year (or longer) of unprotected sex. For women aged 35 and over, this period is considered to be 6 months. In some cases, pregnancy may not be achieved even if there is no problem in the woman and the man. This condition is considered unexplained infertility.


  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
  • Tube Obstructions
  • Endometriosis
  • Low AMH
  • Early Menopause
  • Unknown Causes
Causes of Male Infertility:
  • Severe oligospermia/azospermia
  • Varicosele

What are the Risk Factors that increase Female Infertility?

  • Age. About 1 in 5 married couples where the woman is between 30 and 39 years old have problems conceiving their first child, compared to 1 in 8 women younger than 30 years. The main reason for this is that egg quality and reserve decline over time.
  • Obesity
  • Insulin Resistance
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Smoking
  • Excessive Use of Alcohol
  • Amenorrhea


Some food groups and supplements have important effects on reproductive health. By adding these food groups to the treatment, the success rate of Infertility and IVF Treatment can be increased by completely removing the chemicals that may cause infertility. Treatment begins by treating or controlling the factors that may increase infertility with nutrition. Then, based on the preconceptional period, a diet is applied to prepare the woman for pregnancy. In this process, choosing the right food groups and using the right supplements come into play. In men, obesity and overweight are associated with low sperm count and poor sperm motility. A diet that will improve sperm quality in men should be created.

The period between 14 weeks before conception and 10 weeks after conception is called the preconceptional period. Initiation of nutritional therapy by the mother and/or father in the preconceptional period increases the success rate. Apart from infertility treatment, preconceptional nutrition is also extremely important for the genetic health of the newborn.

Some of the Factors for Planning for Infertility Treatment Applied in Our Clinic:

  1. The mother’s nutrition is planned to improve egg quality. The basis is the intake of group B vitamins such as Choline, B6, and B12. In this process, consumption of spinach, broccoli, avocado, quinoa, black cabbage, okra, asparagus, cauliflower and beetroot should be prioritized. Eggs, an important source of choline, should be consumed every day.
  2. Toxins are removed. Alcohol, smoking and nitrites/nitrates are removed.
  3. Plastics are completely eliminated. Water bottles, beer cans, detergents, etc. are replaced.
  4. Nutritional supplements and supportive therapies are applied to improve egg and sperm quality.
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