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Icsi for 1st time

Postby Tanyababy » Mon Oct 06, 2008 10:50 am

Hello everybody

Just wanted to post to tell people my story, as I think you ladies are amazing and would appreciate any support when I go through this whirlwind

Well I am from West Yorkshire and for four years have been ttc. 2 years ago was diagnosed with endo and blocked tube I do not know whether my condition has got worse as no tests have been done since initial laproscopy& dye test.

My partner has poor sperm count and motility (under 6,000)
So January 2009 we will have our free cycle. I am absolutely petrified it is not going to work as I don't think we will get another chance, due to lack of funds.

We are both only young i'm 23 and DP is 27

Any advice would be appreciated
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Postby gina1234 » Mon Oct 06, 2008 1:04 pm

i just wanted to say hello & tell u that when i started iui & ivf i was the same age as u, but i also took a big break from it too..it is a hard thing to go through at that age & if i know this website was there then things may had been different for me..being on this website has taught me so much & has given me so much hope...if u go to the other message boards u will learn so much....so i had a couple of questions for u...does your ins cover ivf & iui??? & if so does it cover icsi & assisting hatching???another question is my dh also has low counts has your doctor sent your dp for genetic testing??? u should ask your doctor about that...anyway i am at work right now but i will get back to u later. i am sending u big hugs & alot of baby dust


Me 29 pcos
Dh 32 ring chromosomes problem
1st IVF 2003 28 fol/18 fert/only 4 good ones/3trans/ bfn
2nd ivf sept 2008 28/fol/15 fert/10 good ones/8 frozen/bfb
next step just waiting & maybe thinking of doing in nov 20
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Location: CT

Postby purjo » Tue Oct 07, 2008 10:10 am

welcome hon and goodd luck cyu pjo :)
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Postby havbaby1627 » Mon Oct 20, 2008 5:45 am

I am all new to this as well and nervous about it but, I know deep down I can't be nervous and just have to bite the bullet and have hope. I am so glad I found this site though. To be able to see the support and help that we can provide one another with is amazing. So, I guess being a newbie to all this all I can really say is: think positively and have hope that this will work. There's so much that's going on in our minds right now about what could go wrong, what am I going to go through with certain procedures and medications but, even though I am a whirlwind of emotions sometimes thinking about it all, what I think about in the end is this is going to be one of the best experiences ever. So, good luck! :D
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