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Wouldn't opting for an egg donor be a better option?

Postby riley129 » Sun Dec 17, 2017 10:07 am

Hi there, ladies. I wanted your opinion on a matter. I am currently going for IVF. The first attempt had to postponed. This was because the stimuation process did not go as planned. The doctor says I have a low ovarian reserve. I have been on Clomid for a month now. However, ther hasn't been much improvement. The doctor suggested that I keep using Clomid for another month. He has increased the dosage. Then we can try for retrieval again. He says he is confident there will be better results the next time. However, I am not so sure. Do you think I should try for another month? Wouldn't opting for an egg donor be a better option?
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Re: Wouldn't opting for an egg donor be a better option?

Postby Sia » Thu Jan 04, 2018 9:55 am

Don't think much Riley.Clomid is an effective medication to treat infertility, it maintains hormonal balance and ovulation. It takes some time to work. Generally, it takes 1 to 2 month or 3 to 4, depending upon the health condition. So if your doctor told you to continue Clomid then you should follow the instructions.Your doctor just tells you so, after examining you.So don't be impatient and hope for best results.
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Re: Wouldn't opting for an egg donor be a better option?

Postby xenia » Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:21 am

If the quality of eggs is the issue, I would advise to consider IVF DE.
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Re: Wouldn't opting for an egg donor be a better option?

Postby erikapaul » Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:28 pm

Hi dear i hope you are good. Well first of all I am really sorry dear that it doesn't work first time. please don't be worry. everything is going to be fine. Just try to be confident. Try for another month. I am sure that this would work for you next time. It always happend. If it is not working first time than it is totally ok don't b worry about this. This won't work first time for many people. This is going to work for you after sometime dear. just dont be worry. Everything is going to be fine. Your doctor is confident and I am too. This would work next time. Don't worry. I hope I helped you dear.
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Re: Wouldn't opting for an egg donor be a better option?

Postby riley129 » Thu Jan 11, 2018 7:25 pm

It's good news that you are going through the process of IVF. I think you should continue the process. Because it's never too late. Happy to see that doctor is trying his level best. I faced these issues in my life too. It's a part of life. You guys should try again to conceive it's a matter of time. I am sure you guys can do this. Infertility is a major issue these days everyone can solve this problem technology is progressing day by day. Just try to give a chance to yourself. You can also visit the clinic in ukraine for IVF process. They are providing the best process in world, with a lot of facilities and accommodation. They will provide you all the legal documents. Good luck in future. Hope you conceive soon.
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Re: Wouldn't opting for an egg donor be a better option?

Postby Ghost » Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:12 pm

riley129 wrote:It's good news that you are going through the process of IVF. I think you should continue the process. Because it's never too late. Happy to see that doctor is trying his level best. I faced these issues in my life too. It's a part of life. You guys should try again to conceive it's a matter of time. I am sure you guys can do this. Infertility is a major issue these days everyone can solve this problem technology is progressing day by day. Just try to give a chance to yourself. You can also visit the clinic in ukraine for IVF process. They are providing the best process in world, with a lot of facilities and accommodation. They will provide you all the legal documents. Good luck in future. Hope you conceive soon.


Avoid IVF and sorrogacy in Ukraine. Clinics there hire shills to post on this site under sock accounts posing as patients. Avoid any centers that advertise deceptively.
Avoid IVF and surrogacy in Ukraine. Ukrainian centers pay shills to post here under numerous sock accounts pretending to be patients in Ukraine. Centers using such deceptive advertising cannot be trusted and should be avoided.
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Re: Wouldn't opting for an egg donor be a better option?

Postby tatebrown » Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:15 pm

I made an appointment with biotexcom in Ukraine.I wanted to get a second opinion to make sure that there were not any other treatment options we should try before IVF. After our consultation, we concluded that IVF in biotexcom was the best option with the highest success rates for our diagnosis.Its much simpler and more straightforward the IVF procedure – most protocols require daily estrogen (pills or patches), a few ultrasounds to make sure the uterine environment is ready to receive the embryo(s), and then the addition of daily progesterone injections or suppositories. The actual transfer is very similar to an IUI, except instead of sperm, the embryo(s) are deposited directly into the uterus. Our transfer took place in October. I had an hCG blood test scheduled for 11 days after the procedure, at which time we would find out if the transfer was successful. Patience isn’t one of my best virtues, so I took a home pregnancy test a few days after the transfer and to my delight, I saw a very faint second line! My husband didn’t believe me at first – I woke him up and in his half-dazed state he said he couldn’t see the second line so I insisted he squint a bit harder because it was definitely there! I took another test the next morning and it was much more clear… it was definitely positive! The blood test the following week confirmed that I was indeed pregnant, as did subsequent ultrasounds to verify that the pregnancy was progressing normally.
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Re: Wouldn't opting for an egg donor be a better option?

Postby Ghost » Fri Jan 19, 2018 1:40 am

Tatebrown is a fake. He or she advertises for a Ukrainian clinic by pretending to be a patient. He or she uses various sock accounts here.

Her story keeps changing because she forgets which lie she told under which sock account.

Avoid IVF in Ukraine. Avoid surrogacy in Ukraine. Avoid clinics that must advertise dishonestly.
Avoid IVF and surrogacy in Ukraine. Ukrainian centers pay shills to post here under numerous sock accounts pretending to be patients in Ukraine. Centers using such deceptive advertising cannot be trusted and should be avoided.
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