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Postby Tinkerbelle71 » Mon Jul 27, 2015 9:32 pm

I got married at 19 and have 3 healthy children. Never had a problem getting pregnant, in fact I got pregnant on the first month we tried each time. Then I got a tubal. Then I got a divorce. My new husband and I have been married for 7 years now and I had a tubal reversal seven years ago. Unfortunately it did not work and my tubes are blocked again so now IVF is our only option.....
We went yesterday for our first consultation. Of course the doctor sounded all doom and gloom because I am 44 years old. He started to talk about using a donor egg but I told him to run my tests first. All my family members have had their period well up into their late 50's and have had babies in the early forties.
He did an ultrasound of my ovaries and seem to be amazed because I had 7 follicles on one ovary and 5 on the other. He acted like that was amazing or something. I've also had ovulation tests and I ovulate every month. My husband's labs are all normal. Im just currently waiting to start my period so I can have tbe FSH tedt done to test my hormone levels. He just seemed so surprised by the number of eggs I had produced. My friend who had IVF said that with drugs she only produced 15 and had nine harvested. And I've got 11 with no drugs? Is that a normal number? I had an AHC done and am currently waiting on those results....
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Re: New to IVF

Postby Emily_rose » Thu Oct 05, 2017 5:24 am

Tinkerbelle71 wrote:I got married at 19 and have 3 healthy children. Never had a problem getting pregnant, in fact I got pregnant on the first month we tried each time. Then I got a tubal. Then I got a divorce. My new husband and I have been married for 7 years now and I had a tubal reversal seven years ago. Unfortunately it did not work and my tubes are blocked again so now IVF is our only option.....
We went yesterday for our first consultation. Of course the doctor sounded all doom and gloom because I am 44 years old. He started to talk about using a donor egg but I told him to run my tests first. All my family members have had their period well up into their late 50's and have had babies in the early forties.
He did an ultrasound of my ovaries and seem to be amazed because I had 7 follicles on one ovary and 5 on the other. He acted like that was amazing or something. I've also had ovulation tests and I ovulate every month. My husband's labs are all normal. Im just currently waiting to start my period so I can have tbe FSH tedt done to test my hormone levels. He just seemed so surprised by the number of eggs I had produced. My friend who had IVF said that with drugs she only produced 15 and had nine harvested. And I've got 11 with no drugs? Is that a normal number? I had an AHC done and am currently waiting on those results....



You can get pregnant even with blocked tubes, this can be possible by IVF. IVF is like blessing for many women worldwide. This is an assisted reproductive technology (ART). IVF is the process of fertilization by extracting eggs, retrieving a sperm sample, and then manually combining an egg and sperm in a laboratory dish. The embryo(s) is then transferred to the uterus. The rate of success of IVF is quite high. The the process, doctor asked you to have some medication to increase the quality and quantity of eggs so that the conception will be easy. 15 was the optimal number of eggs to retrieve from the woman's ovaries without putting the woman at increased risk for ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. But if you are producing 11 eggs with out taking any medicine then this is good. For conceiving the egg quality and quantity must be good enough. If you are producing 11 eggs are, all 11 eggs are good then the chances of conception become good. All you can do now to is wait for positive result. hope the results will be in your favour. Good Luck.
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Re: New to IVF

Postby diana001 » Tue Nov 21, 2017 2:20 pm

Hello Tinkerbelle,

I am sorry to hear that you in such a situation. I have also noted that you such a daring person such that you ready to take any risk that will go beyond to protect the unborn one.

Do not worry, many people are suffering from the same problem. Please consult with the specialist before taking the medicines or tests. One of my friends tell me about surrogacyinfo (Happy Family) and also tell they solve all the problems related baby.

So, do not get frustrated. Try this, hope this will help you!

Happy to help :)
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Re: New to IVF

Postby xenia » Tue Nov 21, 2017 7:49 pm

Agreed with previous posters, too many options are available. So, remain positive and don't give up. Myself I know a few ladies who got pregnant via IVF, IVF with DE and IVF with PGS NGS. And I also come across posts of ladies who used surrogacy. Good luck
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Re: New to IVF

Postby Zarah » Tue Dec 12, 2017 12:34 pm

I can completely understand your situation because I also suffered from blocked fallopian tubes. When I get to know about this, I was devastated. I had no hope of being a mother. I quit and I made myself understand that I can't become a mother. But my husband and in-laws want a baby & they continuously encourage & support me. My husband did a lot of research about fertility clinics, he talked to many friends of him. Then, he came up with the idea of IVF and a clinic in Ukraine. We visited there, they gave us detail information and started treatment. With the help of medication, I improve myself. I am able to produce 10 eggs, out of which 6 are fertilized & i was able to conceive a healthy child. So, if you are producing 11 eggs without medication, it's amazing and beneficial for you. Hope for the best. Good Luck.
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Re: New to IVF

Postby Sia » Tue Jan 02, 2018 1:12 pm

Hii dear,
It's really amazing if you have 10 follicles without medication at this age it increases the success rates to get pregnant.There is the number of women that take medication and treatment but nothing happens because they have low egg quality at the age of 40 to 48 due to some health issues.So take care of yourself properly.Don't get stress and Just think about the positive results.I really hope all the results will be in your favor.Just be positive and hope for the best.
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Re: New to IVF

Postby xenia » Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:07 am

even a woman aged 25-30 might experience diminished ovarian reserve
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Re: New to IVF

Postby Ghost » Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:15 pm

Zarah wrote:I can completely understand your situation because I also suffered from blocked fallopian tubes. When I get to know about this, I was devastated. I had no hope of being a mother. I quit and I made myself understand that I can't become a mother. But my husband and in-laws want a baby & they continuously encourage & support me. My husband did a lot of research about fertility clinics, he talked to many friends of him. Then, he came up with the idea of IVF and a clinic in Ukraine. We visited there, they gave us detail information and started treatment. With the help of medication, I improve myself. I am able to produce 10 eggs, out of which 6 are fertilized & i was able to conceive a healthy child. So, if you are producing 11 eggs without medication, it's amazing and beneficial for you. Hope for the best. Good Luck.



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: New to IVF

Postby jessiep12 » Fri Jan 19, 2018 6:34 pm

Hi, Dear. Hoping you are doing great. Truly, dear, I think its normal. Any lady can get pregnant now.Although the achievement rate of IVF decays with increasing age.But, it relies on the clinic as well. Have you been looking for the finest facilities available? IVF is the best alternative for you. Also, you can enhance your prosperity rate by simply keeping a healthy routine. IVF requires a great amount of strength. It is vital for you to stay mentally and physically fit. The first step of IVF includes your eggs, if your eggs are of poor quality, at that point first, your eggs will be recovered so you can produce more develop eggs. The kind of treatment you get relies upon your condition. You need to find the best fertility clinic available for this treatment. The clinics in Europe provide quality with an assurance of desired results. I am saying this I have recently been reading some good reviews about this clinic in Europe. I hope things work for you. Keep us updated on your IVF journey. I wish you all the best. Much Love xx
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Re: New to IVF

Postby MerryS-r » Tue Feb 06, 2018 8:40 am

Hi guys!
I worked with Ukrainian agency Babyboom clinic.
They offer IVF with egg donation and Surrogacy programs without age limitations.
Thanks to them, I am 4 months pregnant.
Good luck to everyone!
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Re: New to IVF

Postby Ghost » Tue Feb 06, 2018 3:26 pm

MerryS-r wrote:Hi guys!
I worked with Ukrainian!


Avoid IVF and surrogacy in Ukraine for the reasons in my signature.
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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