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Testicular biopsy in Turkey: to overcome male infertility

A testicular biopsy is a test that involves removing a sample of tissue from one or both testicles, the tissue is then examined under the microscope.

This test is used to identify a man’s ability to procreate, the tissue obtained can provide sperm favorable to reproduction that have become blocked before the urethra by what is called secretory or excretory azoospermia.

How much does the a testicular biopsy in Turkey cost?

In Turkey, Testicular biopsy is available at an affordable price in several cities, you can request your free quote with all the information about your medical stay in cities like Istanbul, Izmir, Ankara, Antalya or Bursa with a cheap price.

A testicular biopsy in Turkey is a procedure that does not require hospitalization.

To offer you the best and most relaxing experience we have created a unique all-inclusive package that can help you undergo the testicular biopsy treatment in Turkey at the most affordable price possible.

The all-inclusive package covers all the necessary costs of the procedure such as:

  • The cost of the operation.
  • The cost of the medical tools that will be used during or after the procedure.
  • Your hotel room at a very luxurious establishment.
  • All operation related transportation.
  • The doctor’s payment.
  • The post-operative care and medication.

With Jouvence you will be able to save enough money on your testicular biopsy procedure so that you can enjoy everything that Turkey has to offer.

How to prepare for a testicular biopsy?

Before undergoing the test, you will need to meet your doctor for some necessary preparations.

You will have to tell your doctor about any and all medications that you are taking so that they can tell you weather these meds are safe or should be canceled before or after the test.

There are some medications that can pose a risk to your health before or during the testicular biopsy such as:

  • Blood thinners.
  • Anti-inflammatory drugs such as aspirin or ibuprofen.
  • Any medications that affect blood clotting.

There is a chance that you will need general anesthesia for the testicular biopsy, this means that you have to fast from food and drinks for a period pf eight hours at the very least.

What happens during the Procedure of a testicular biopsy?

A testicular biopsy can be done to help find the cause of male infertility, but it is rare, contrary to popular belief, this test is generally not used to detect testicular cancer.

The testicular biopsy in Turkey is mostly performed for the purpose of obtaining sperm for in vitro fertilization for intracytoplasmic sperm injection.

It can be performed under local or general anesthesia, in the case where the biopsy is performed under general anesthesia, it is then essential to be on an empty stomach.

The procedure can be performed by a urologist or gynecologist. Two techniques are possible for the collection of spermatozoa:

Surgical route:

Through an incision in the scrotum, the surgeon will collect the tissue sample directly from the testicles, general anesthesia is used for this technique.

Epididymal puncture:

General anesthesia is not necessary for this procedure; it is often performed under local anesthesia, using an automatic gun, the sperm are taken between the testicles and the urethra.

If the sample is favorable for obtaining sperm, the latter are separated from the sperm plasma and then cryogenized, when the sample taken does not contain spermatozoa, it is then studied to define the most appropriate assisted reproduction technique.

What happens after the testicular biopsy?

Patients can return home the same day, a hematoma is observed as a result of this procedure. It is benign, and resolves after a few days.

It is normal to feel some discomfort or pain after the procedure; the doctor will give you the necessary medication and painkillers for that.

What are the results of a testicular biopsy?

The sperm obtained are used for intrauterine insemination or in vitro fertilization, these two techniques have very interesting success rates.

The laboratory studies of the tissues obtained by the testicular biopsy provide clarifications to the tests hitherto not convincing (spermogram, hormonal balance).

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