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Re: Unexplained Infertility

Postby jennifer128 » Tue Jul 03, 2018 4:49 pm

Hi to all. How are you all? I'm 24 years old and married. Couple of hours ago. I visit the clinic for check up. Then doctors tells me that, I'm suffering from infertility, because of any skin dieases. My husband decided to take treatment from clinic. We hear about the Lotus clinic. Then, we contact to this clinic through several messages. But, They didn't reply us of any single message.
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Re: Unexplained Infertility

Postby xenia » Thu Jul 05, 2018 6:14 pm

I am sorry to know yr story, from what I have read IVF PGS NGS might be one of the solutions in case of unexplained issues. xx
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Re: Unexplained Infertility

Postby KattyH » Mon Aug 13, 2018 12:22 pm

I can totally understand, lack of a cause is definitely frustrating when you're actively TTCing and every attempt end up as a futile effort. Infertility is both heart-wrecking and frustrating no matter with or without the "unexplained" tag... however, the ones who know or at least have a hint of the cause can act accordingly to circumvent it. In that way, you're definitely a few more inch deep into disappointment. Don't lose hope yet is all I'll say to you... hope is what keeps us going on this. Though am no one to decide what times of failures should be enough for you but then 9 months is just a small span from my perspective who've had almost a 5-year struggle with 2 failed IVF attempts to have a baby. It's also possible that you'll find answers when you move onto assister reproductive technologies. It's true that sometimes you find answers in the genetic screening of the embryos. I know someone personally (A close colleague who turned out to be a good friend over our unfortunate infertility journey) who happened to have loads of chemicals and early pregnancy loss in her 6-year long struggle and it was also unexplained for most of the part. She felt the need to change clinic to find alternate ways that going on with failed attempts over and over again. Her protocol under some Dr. Mozgovaya (remember the name because it's a little uncommon to me) had two main things they did egg collection and embryo banking for two consecutive cycles before going for FET and did PGS screening which showed only 3 viable embryos out of the 8 or 9 that happened to have developed well. They did a twin transfer with 2 PGS cleared ones and one of them latched. The baby boy is now 2 years old. I distinctly remember her mentioning that she was told a trisomy on the 16th pair of chromosome was causing the repeated MCs as it was interfering with implantation. I don't insist on IVF right away only meant to tell you that there is indeed a/several reason for even unexplained infertility which may remain uncovered over medicated TTC or IUI futile tries. Wish you luck... stay strong and cling to optimism no matter how impossible success might seem at this point.
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Re: Unexplained Infertility

Postby Shank_D » Tue Dec 25, 2018 8:56 pm

Oh, unexplained infertility is terrible... it just wrecks you slowly. When you know what's the cause it's somewhat easier to expect success. It's like you know what is interfering and easier to find a way to deal with it, to get you on the right protocol. Not to worry though a lot of people with unexplained infertility also ends up getting pregnant with a little clinical help you see. Sometimes it's just another problem interfering with conception only you get it diagnosed when you move into highly advanced clinical fertility aid... you see. I can understand even a small bit of wait feels like ages when your TTC and there's been a failure over and over again. But then you see the clinical aid isn't a simple procedure and time is a much-needed thing. You'll have to have more patient dear. Lotus Surrogacy is a very reputed clinic and getting on your clinical aid with them certainly hints to a better chance of success.
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