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Re: Looking to go for IVF

Postby Emily_rose » Wed Oct 04, 2017 5:38 am

During IVF, mature eggs are collected from your ovaries and fertilized by sperm in a lab. Then the fertilized egg (embryo) or eggs are implanted in your uterus. One cycle of IVF takes about two weeks. It is a very effective method to treat infertility. IVF is the most effective form of assisted reproductive technology. The procedure can be done using your own eggs and your partner's sperm. Or IVF may involve eggs, sperm or embryos from a known or anonymous donor. The probability of success with IVF treatments depends upon a number of factors like the age of the woman, the cause of infertility, the quality of eggs retrieved and the quality of the semen. In general, the success rate is near-about 41-30% for age group of 35-39. It decrease with increase in age or it may take more attempts. But IVF proves to be very effective to treat infertility. I found Ukraine is the best palace to undergo IVF. I tell you this from my personal experience. Feel free to know more about this. Hope it helps you. Good Luck.
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Re: Looking to go for IVF

Postby AlishaJ » Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:07 pm

Hi!

My two IVF efforts were unsuccessful. Now I am going to take further measures. Decided to change the place.
I’ve read a lot about this issue and studied the market. Ukrainian clinics are said to be popular for IVF procedures.

Colleague has just signed an agreement with Ukrainian company Babyboom clinic. Very satisfied with its services. Advised me to try and we decided to give it a shot.
Currently I am negotiating with Babyboom clinic. You can browse their website. They have convenient all-inclusive packages and managers are supportive. We are planning the first trip there soon
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Re: Looking to go for IVF

Postby Ghost » Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:49 pm

AlishaJ wrote:Colleague has just signed an agreement with Ukrainian company Babyboom clinic. Very satisfied with its services. Advised me to try and we decided to give it a shot.


If he/she “just signed” an agreement, how can he/she already be satisfied with the service?

Looks like various advertisers are using this thread to advertise for competing Ukrainian clinics.
Note: I am not an MD and not an expert.
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Re: Looking to go for IVF

Postby erikapaul » Thu Dec 07, 2017 5:28 am

Well it's great natural process. It could help you in all many sort of ways. It's really great. I just want to tell you that be calm during the process. It might take some time in this process. Don't panic please. Just try hard. Be brave.
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Re: Looking to go for IVF

Postby Alyssa562 » Thu Dec 07, 2017 10:36 am

Hi there. IVF has proven to be a good fit for many women. However, it depends upon what your condition is. Would you mind sharing the details? As far as the decision of the clinic is concerned, that is very important. Take your time deciding on one. Don't make a hasty decision.
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Re: Looking to go for IVF

Postby rainymood » Sun Dec 10, 2017 10:32 pm

In general, the success rate is near-about 41-30% for age group of 35-39.

that's why docs recommend combining IVF with PGS NGS to increase chances of getting pregnant, particularly at the age 35 and older
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Re: Looking to go for IVF

Postby Ghost » Mon Dec 11, 2017 1:23 am

rainymood wrote:
In general, the success rate is near-about 41-30% for age group of 35-39.

that's why docs recommend combining IVF with PGS NGS to increase chances of getting pregnant, particularly at the age 35 and older


PGS with trophectoderm biopsy and any current analytical method (such as NGS) increases the chance of selecting a viable embryo for transfer for patients who produce many embryos. It can increase the chance of live birth per transfer.

Unfortunately, it does not increase the chance of live birth per retrieval.
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Re: Looking to go for IVF

Postby Zarah » Wed Dec 13, 2017 11:50 am

JenyaFugat wrote:Facing fertility odds. Hence I have opted to go for IVF. Though not sure how successful it could be, but still have some hope with IVF. Have not decided the clinic yet but doing some more research. Just to be sure I land at the right place.




I am sorry you had to suffer from this. I understand this very well because I faced this very closely. I myself infertile for a very long time due to my blocked fallopian tubes. I was very devastating. But with my family support and love & I must say with the help of BiotexCom, now I am a mother of a girl child. I underwent IVF, no doubt its a bit long process but nothing is more important for me than having a child, I gave my full time to that. I succeeded in the third cycle. So, it's good to consider success factor. But I must say if you want to enjoy parenthood, just take the risk. Hope, things will make their way and will be in your favor. Good Luck.
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Re: Looking to go for IVF

Postby Ghost » Wed Dec 13, 2017 3:08 pm

Zarah wrote:
JenyaFugat wrote:Facing fertility odds. Hence I have opted to go for IVF. Though not sure how successful it could be, but still have some hope with IVF. Have not decided the clinic yet but doing some more research. Just to be sure I land at the right place.




I am sorry you had to suffer from this. I understand this very well because I faced this very closely. I myself infertile for a very long time due to my blocked fallopian tubes. I was very devastating. But with my family support and love & I must say with the help of BiotexCom, now I am a mother of a girl child. I underwent IVF, no doubt its a bit long process but nothing is more important for me than having a child, I gave my full time to that. I succeeded in the third cycle. So, it's good to consider success factor. But I must say if you want to enjoy parenthood, just take the risk. Hope, things will make their way and will be in your favor. Good Luck.


Another sock account pretending to be a patient while advertising for a clinic in Ukraine. Such a surprise.
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