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Poor Egg quality

Postby lulu2016 » Thu Feb 11, 2016 10:11 pm

Hello,

I need some advice. I'm 41 years old and on my second cycle IVF (both a year apart) and my doctor just told me that out of my 10 retrieved and fertilized eggs, 7 survived after fertilization, 1 died, 3 went haywire, and 3 are of very poor quality, which leaves me with yet another failed IVF. I really don't know what to do...Do we give up? We don't want to go donor egg or embryo egg route. Are my eggs bad because of my age or is there hope. Any advice is appreciated.
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Re: Poor Egg quality

Postby Hopeful215mom » Mon Feb 15, 2016 5:46 pm

Hello,
I am sorry to hear of your troubles. I am in the begging nf stages of my IVF and I know how scary it can be. Even with you news please don't give up hope. I have heard from many women with the issues that you are having and they kept trying and many achieved success. Please, please don't give up. We are strangers, but please reach out if you need to talk. IVF can be very stressing and hopefully you have someone to talk to.
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Re: Poor Egg quality

Postby rainymood » Fri Feb 19, 2016 4:36 pm

Hi lulu2016, I am sorry to know yr story. Yr eggs pure quality are probably cause of yr age. Of course, you can keep on trying, but bear in mind yr advanced maternity age (sorry) that decreases chances of positive cycling. Some docs recommend considering PGD to avoid serious genetic diseases. xx
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Re: Poor Egg quality

Postby phannson88 » Sun Jul 09, 2017 10:15 am

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Re: Poor Egg quality

Postby CeciliaT » Tue Jul 18, 2017 12:46 pm

I had the same issue. IVF is practically impossible with poor quality egg and no donors. I don't know which other option you could go for. Have you asked to a specialist? I'm sure there must be a solution. There is always hope. Don't give up x
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Re: Poor Egg quality

Postby Emily_rose » Tue Oct 03, 2017 8:53 am

lulu2016 wrote:Hello,

I need some advice. I'm 41 years old and on my second cycle IVF (both a year apart) and my doctor just told me that out of my 10 retrieved and fertilized eggs, 7 survived after fertilization, 1 died, 3 went haywire, and 3 are of very poor quality, which leaves me with yet another failed IVF. I really don't know what to do...Do we give up? We don't want to go donor egg or embryo egg route. Are my eggs bad because of my age or is there hope. Any advice is appreciated.




The eggs quality depends on many different factors such as The age of a woman, her eggs are damaged, PCOS and Endometriosis.Some eggs simply do not have the right number of chromosomes, and therefore will never be able to develop into a successful pregnancy. Other eggs simply don’t have the energy to survive. In your case, the age may the cause of poor egg quality if you don't have any other problem. Giving up is not an option at all. Always remember there is no absolute infertility. You can get pregnant by many ways. If you have failed IVF, then try Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) with IVF. Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) is a reproductive technology used with an IVF cycle to increase the potential for a successful pregnancy and delivery. It is a genetic test on cells removed from embryos, to help select the best embryo(s) for pregnancy or to be free of a genetic disease. This is mainly suggested to Women over 38 years of age and men with some types of sperm abnormalities may also produce embryos with higher rates of chromosome abnormalities. PGD can be designed to identify which embryos are affected, unaffected, or a carrier for specific genetic disease. Then, only embryos without the disease are transferred to the uterus to attempt pregnancy. To know about this consult to a doctor. Hope it helps you. Good Luck.
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