Embryo Transfer

Embryo Transfer
The embryos reaching an appropriate size are placed on the top of the uterus, passing through the cervix with the help of a silicone cannula.

How Does Embryo Transfer Take Place?

During the operation, ultrosonographic control is performed over the abdomen for a correct placement. No general or local anesthesia is required. It is enough to rest for 1-2 hours in the center following the transfer.


The patient then spends that day at home in the form of home rest. Home rest is not meant to stay in bed constantly. Just sitting or lying down would be enough. It would be enough for the patient not to walk long distance, not to stand up for a long time and not to lift heavy things.

Exercise and intercourse with the partner are prohibited. Families coming from the Anatolia Region may return their homes towards evening on the same day. Families coming from other regions may return their homes the next day.


Car, bus or plane can be preferred for transportation. Air travel may be preferred for patients coming from far cities with bad road. Excess embryos are stored by cryopreservation for later use.

Things To Pay Attention After Embryo Transfer