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Postby Nelo » Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:57 am

Hello everyone,
I am new to this Forum, and have had one failed IVF. I have concerns for few days now. I had what they considere​d very good AMH-1.6 and my last FSH was 8.4; all these results were prior to my first infertili​ty treatment and failed IVF/ICSI.

However, my partner and I wanted to try again with another clinic, and our new doctor requested for new lab test, which I did and the results were quite devastati​ng: 0.45 AMH and 11.1 FSH especiall​y having had very good results prior undertaki​ng infertili​ty treatment few months ago.

Does anyone understan​d why this sudden huge drop in AMH and increase in FSH; does it have to do with the failed treatment​? I really am someone who God has blessed with good health all my life, but this.....​...????

What does this mean especially when we are ready to go thru another IVF/ICSI by next month?

Any Dos and Don'ts? Food types (I have never changed diet though). Any recommendation would help people. Thank you.
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Re: Help! Help! Help!

Postby angellawise » Wed Jan 02, 2013 3:20 pm

I'm so sorry to hear about your struggles, but if you are willing to try IVF again, here's a tip. I'd like to let you know that there is a premium, cost effective way to handle your IVF issues. I know of a group of doctors in Costa Rica that are working on the most innovative, ethical, stem cell techniques in IVF for thousands of dollars less than in the U.S. The medical group is World accredited, english speaking, and educated in some of the most prestigious schools in the nation! The best part is that you can have your treatments in the calming environment of a tropical paradise. Airfare, accomodations and the treatment is all covered under a flat rate that is STILL cheaper than just having the treatment in a U.S. based facility. An escort (ie: partner, parent, or friend) is covered too! You will receive 5 star hotel service from the staff from beginning to end. Your doctor is also included on any treatment options so you can return knowing you are taken care of every step of the way. Financing available as well as working with your insurance to ensure the best coverage possible. I thought this would be helpful information for anyone who may want/need it. Let me know if you are interested in knowing more and we can converse personally or exchange emails.
Angella G.
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Re: Help! Help! Help!

Postby valeegirl83 » Tue Feb 26, 2013 6:28 pm

Would you please post a web link to the ivf package in Costa Rico?
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Re: Help! Help! Help!

Postby Goldaa55 » Tue Dec 31, 2013 7:41 am

Its really good to know me! Great site and a great topic as well i really get amazed to read this thanks. love this way!
Well i have also faced this problem.......it was very disturbing for me.....!
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