Announcement of pregnancy and birth following assisted reproductive treatment.
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Lilmd-I am So happy for you! Now maybe you can try to enjoy this pregnancy-I know easier said than done-everyone told me to try to enjoy after I found out my results, but who are we kidding-this IVF process makes us CRAZY!!!! But thats o.k.-because in the end it is ALL so worth it!! God Bless to you and yours!!
DS#1-Stephen-born 8/05- (natural)then TTC 2 1/2 yrs- IVF#1w/ICSI-07/08-BFP! DS#2-Matthew- born 04/03/09!
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There is nothing that can be done as far as correcting a chromosome adnormality that has been identified but it allows you an opportunity to consider all of your options in the very beginning. It also provides you information much earlier on so planning could be done well in advance IF something was wrong.
I still have to wait for the full study to come back but I am feeling optimistic. I am very excited and only have a few more days left. I figure this could be my only full term pregnancy so I need to enjoy every moment of it.
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Congratulations on a healthy baby!
me 39 + DH 46 low mot - chemo
#3 IVF Lost one twin at 8 wks
#2 IVF May 2010 Ectopic