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iui or ivf? in need of answers. help pls!!!

Postby yolanda » Wed Jul 13, 2005 3:25 am

hi all! i'm new on here but i need answ. to questions. next yr. i'm marrying a wonderful man and we both would like a child 2gether. problem is i've had my tubes tied cut and burnt. so you all can understand my dilema. i've been reading about the iui and ivf, don't know which one is the best possible way for us to go. i only have 1cm of tube on one side and a half of a cm on the other. can anyone tell me which way is the best poss way for us to go. we so want a child together. has anyone ever exp. this and had a sucess preg.
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Postby princess » Wed Jul 13, 2005 6:49 am

I would think it would be IVF but you would realy need to talk to a specialist about it.

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Postby Katie12563 » Wed Jul 13, 2005 8:41 pm

I absoultely believe it will be IVF.
Isn't it wonderful you can by-pass those tubes and become a new mommy!!!!
My girlfriend had the same procedure and she can still have children if she does IVF. She's decided no because she has 2 but would have another if she could naturally without much effort and expense.
Good Luck to You!!!
After 5 attempts (Iui & IVF)
My Little One Is Here...SOOOOoooo Happy

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Postby yolanda » Thu Jul 14, 2005 4:43 am

thank you to all that replied to my questions about the iui or the ivf. i have checked with a specialist and its been confirmed that i will indeed have to the ivf route. both me and the dh are excited about this. however i am afraid of the possibility of a miscarriage. has anyone been successful on the first try at ivf and have had a healthy beautiful baby.....
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Postby Sand » Fri Jul 15, 2005 9:39 am

Hi Yolanda - Welcome to the Site. I'm pleased you've made your decision. You can now prepare yourself mentally for the road ahead. I recommend reading Zita West's "Fertility and Conception". It's full of great info and tips.

In answer to your question, there have been some first time success stories on this site. It's certainly not the norm, but it can and does happen !

Good luck !

Sandra x
Me 41 yrs old - dh 49 yrs old. ttc 110 yrs.
1st cycle (ICSI)....Mar 04 -ve.
2nd cycle (ICSI)....Aug 04 -ve.
3rd cycle FET........May 05 -ve.
4th cycle (ICSI) ... Feb 06 -ve
5th cycle FET ..... Feb/Mar 11
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Postby NickiMark » Wed Aug 10, 2005 5:05 pm

With out a doubt it would be IVF. You need clear tubes for IUI. and the success rate is high if u have IVF in your case.

Good Luck dear, let us know what your speciallist says. x x
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Postby tryin2concieve » Thu Sep 15, 2005 9:43 pm

my cousin had similar problem as you do she had an ivf and on her first time gave birth to a beautiful healthy girl but according to the doc you should be prepared for more then 1 so you are not blind sided
1 ivf w/ icsi (unsuccessful)
8 rounds of clomid (unsuccessful)
9 doctors confused
male infertility factor
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