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TTC and ovulating problems needing advice

Postby isacas12 » Fri Jul 07, 2017 6:31 am

Hi friends, I am not used to write on forums but I thought it was a good idea giving it a try and share my worries. I have been TTC for 8 months now but without luck, recently I found from a blood test that I am not ovulating but I am having my periods like usually so I don’t know what’s happening, is this normal? Has anyone suffer from anything similar or knows something? I think I need to go to an specialist but I would like to ask for some advice here.
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Re: TTC and ovulating problems needing advice

Postby saramots1 » Sat Jul 22, 2017 9:29 pm

Hi! I saw your post and wanted to tell you that what you are dealing isn´t normal at all so the best thing you should do is go to a specialist and tell him all your worries. And maybe you could start looking for more options about conceiving; surely the specialist you will visit will recommend you something if you ask him, so investigating is also a good idea. I hope the best for you!!
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Re: TTC and ovulating problems needing advice

Postby Gia9 » Sat Jul 29, 2017 9:00 pm

Anovulation even when you're menstruating is rare but possible. It's called an anovulatory cycle. However, it happens consecutively then there's definitely some underlying problems which you better get diagnosed ASAP. It's usually the low levels of progesterone that cause anovulatory cycle - you bleed yet the egg is missing. Can be caused by a sudden drop in estrogen as well. If you're obese or have been on intense exercise module it becomes more common to have hormonal imbalances. Don't stress up it will worsen the case. It's not a major problem and can be set right with medications for a certain period of time
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Re: TTC and ovulating problems needing advice

Postby Ressia » Mon Oct 02, 2017 10:34 am

Hello, Isa! You are right that you need to go to a specialist to seek medical attention. However, if you will be diagnosed with infertility issues, there is now IVF that will give you the baby of your dreams.
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Re: TTC and ovulating problems needing advice

Postby JennyKL2017 » Sun Jan 14, 2018 8:27 pm

Unfortunately, we can’t answer your question. You should definitely talk to the specialist. There are a lot of reasons for not being ovulating. May be you have some kind of hormonal imbalance. Who knows. You will have to go through lots of tests and examinations. After that your doctor will figure out the most appropriate solution for you. As usual they start with some medical treatment. If it doesn’t help, you will be advised to try the IVF. As far as I know it works in most cases. But no one can guarantee you a 100% pregnancy. I tried IVF a couple of times, but unsuccessfully. That’s why we had to find the surrogate to help us. I’m sure you will be luckier, dear. Good luck.
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Re: TTC and ovulating problems needing advice

Postby Ghost » Sun Jan 14, 2018 10:48 pm

JennyKL2017 wrote: But no one can guarantee you a 100% pregnancy. I tried IVF a couple of times, but unsuccessfully. That’s why we had to find the surrogate to help us. I’m sure you will be luckier, dear. Good luck.


You previously claimed 99% success, which was heavily exaggerated.

Two IVF failures is a weak justification for surrogacy. If you ever birthed a child, as you seem to have said before, then it seems unlikely you needed a surrogate.
Avoid IVF and surrogacy in Ukraine. Ukrainian centers pay shills to post here under numerous sock accounts pretending to be patients in Ukraine. Centers using such deceptive advertising cannot be trusted and should be avoided.
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