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What Is Balancing Technique and How is it done?

You can find information about how the balancing technique is applied, the differences from in vitro fertilization, the success rate and the patients for which the balancing technique is appropriate.

What Is Balancing Technique?

balancing technique” application is used in egg, embryo and uterine inner membrane with various illnesses and problems and negative connotations that reduce pregnancy chances. It is based on using own eggs and blood cells of the woman and mixing them with some special liquids to balance in a positive direction.”

Studies on Balance Technique:

  • Polycystic ovarian disease
  • Endometriosis disease and associated chocolate cysts
  • Immune system disorders that cause clotting in capillaries
  • Over 37 years
  • It has been observed that women who have experienced two or more unexplained in vitro fertility fail to prevent gestation in the egg, embryo, and endometrial membranes and/or develop adverse developments that may reduce pregnancy chances.
The inappropriate and irregular environment that the ovaries develop during ovarian development due to the diseases mentioned above affects the hormones and the defects in the immune system delay their development and maturation. This delay occurs when they provide support for maturation and are affected by specific support cells and fluids in their environment and can not provide adequate support to the eggs. As a result, both the possibility of fertilization of the egg is reduced and the embryo which is formed after the fertilization, deteriorates the quality of the cell cluster which will be a pregnancy in the future and it has the ability to be buried in the uterine lining. The Balancing Technique removes the resulting impairment by acting at four points.

How balancing technique is done?

The eggs are specially prepared for fertilization after they have been taken from the ovaries and developed with medication. These support cells are evaluated in a separate system in the laboratory and appropriate cell groups are identified. The appropriate cells are left to propagate in their own liquids and in enhanced feeding media. These cells continue to develop and multiply, and within 24-36 hours they will make a significant positive contribution to the embryo. At the same time, the selected DNA fragments under the ovum microscopes are fertilized with least sperm. Under optimal conditions, fertilized eggs are injected into advanced support cells and liquids and try to reach the best maturity level by the influence of specific substances and hormones provided to them. Through the embryo monitoring system, the best quality eggs are selected.

After fertilization, on the 3rd day, it is determined that the supporting cells such as LIF and PAF were able to infiltrate the embryos into the uterus. In this way, problems in eggs and embryos are balanced; It becomes “balanced” and the embryo becomes buried in the uterus.

A mechanism related to the immune system in the womb provides gestation and supports its continued healthy state. The diseases and conditions we have mentioned above prevent embryos from embryonic membranes and reduce their ability to implant. “Balancing Technique” is augmented by the use of specific immune system cells found in the woman’s blood with reduced embolization in the uterus. These cells are separated from the blood collected during egg collection and are reproduced in special reproduction media. During this proliferation, the cells release and accumulate substances that will form an appropriate immune environment to enable the pregnancy to occur in the uterus. In addition, these cells continue to release substances that have a positive effect for a while when they are put into the uterus. As a result, when the fluids and cells obtained are introduced into the uterus before embryos are placed in the uterus, the environment of the uterus can be buried against the embryo, in other words, “Balanced”.

With the balancing technique, the problems in the egg, embryo and intramuscular membranes are corrected and made suitable for pregnancy. On one side, the embryos are developed under suitable conditions, while on the other side uterus is made ready for embryo implantation. Thus, a balance between the two systems is ensured to increase the pregnancy rates and a significant reduction in the low rates is achieved.

What are the differences of the “Balancing Technique” from the current IVF treatments?

In the case of in vitro fertilization without balancing application, no special treatment can be performed for each patient, as the same approach is used. Since the problems in sperm, egg, embryo, and intramurosis are not recognized and possible problems are not solved by appropriate scientific techniques or laboratory techniques; It is not possible to reach the desired level of success.

Even if pregnancy occurs in these cases, miscarriage is possible. As a result, it is difficult to achieve the desired successes in the treatment with great effort, hope, and economic investment. The current overview of in vitro fertility treatments is “Sperm and Egg Healthy Pregnancy” and Balance Technique introduces a new perspective on this subject. The basis of this approach is to detect and remove problems related to reproductive cells and organs and to promote a “balancing” of pregnancy rates through educated and experienced leader leadership with the help of scientific data and technology.

What is the success rate of the Balancing Technique? How many healthy babies came to the world in practice?

The balancing technique is used to diagnose and treat problems of problematic reproductive cells and uterus. It can be applied to the related problems one by one or combined with the fertilized egg for the intramural membrane. The technique has been applied in more than 300 patients so far and pregnancy rates have increased by 40% and above. As a result, it has been observed that at low rates it has fallen to around 10%.

Who is not eligible for Balancing Technique treatment?

The selection of the patients to be treated is planned in the way that the couple is assessed individually and together. It may be a suitable treatment option for women with advanced age, poliomyelitis, blood clotting problems and unexplained poor quality embryo and intrauterine growth restriction. Treatment may also involve the use of double stress, anxiety reduction and relaxation techniques.