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hiya, anyone heard of glueing the embroys inplace?

Postby donna99 » Sat Jan 07, 2006 8:58 pm

hiya guys,

after reading one of the girls posts recently from the US she wrote about her doc was going to glue the embroys in place so they are more likely to implant....does anyone know how this works and if its available in the UK as im getting more and more desperate for my tmt to work!

many thanks & hope all our wishes come true in 2006!

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Postby Jen1d » Sun Jan 08, 2006 6:54 pm

:lol: Hi Donna

Ye, i read about this on an american website, Pacific Fertility Centre.

It explains everything there although it appears to be very new and not available in many places yet.

Let me know what you think. I am going to ask my Doctors at the hospital about this.

Good luck

Love Jen x
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hi jen

Postby donna99 » Sun Jan 08, 2006 9:27 pm

hiya jen,

hope you are doing ok and get some answers from your doc about this subject i have brought up...

i have looked on the website you mentioned but cant find any info., what topic is it under?

thanks love & take care,

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Postby Jen1d » Mon Jan 09, 2006 7:38 pm

:lol: Donna,

Sorry i thought it would come up straight away.

Anyway have hunted it down for you. Go into Pacific Fertility Centre then into the following thread, Fertility Flash. A list will appear and you need to click on volume 1 issue 2. As soon as you do this a newsletter appears and Embryo glue is at the top.

Let me know what your views are on this. I think we should be allowed to use it over here. It's not fair we are always last eh?

Love Jen x
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HSG - Tubes Damaged
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Hysteroscopy - 30th Oct 07
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Postby carly » Wed Jan 25, 2006 4:23 pm

I've actually been reading on this and there is no proof yet that it does increase the chance that it works. This is not really a glue that glues the embryo so it doesn't move. This is a product that the embryos are kept in and then transferred with. They are still doing studies and it would be nice if it did help. Here is the some more info on the Embryoglue: http://www.zanderivf.com/zivf/gill/embryoglue.asp
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