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Best pack for infertility/IVF

Postby JoeClark » Tue Nov 21, 2017 12:18 pm

Hi!

I'm coming to the end of the foundation course, and looking for my next pack.

I've been diagnosed with unexplained infertility and will be undergoing IVF in the next few months, and I was wondering if anyone could recommend the best pack for my situation.

Infertility is obviously stressful and emotional, and I imagine IVF isn't going to be too much fun either! I would like some support remaining positive throughout my journey, keeping calm (particularly while waiting for results) and also keeping a positive and supportive relationship going with my husband.

Any recommendations? Thanks lots in advance :)






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Re: Best pack for infertility/IVF

Postby xenia » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:14 pm

I am sorry you are going through this. I can't help much, but a few friends of mine underwent IVF in Czech Rep (Zlin) and Poland (Gdansk/Invicta) and paid about EUR2,500 for treatment with meds. Good luck
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Re: Best pack for infertility/IVF

Postby Zarah » Wed Dec 13, 2017 10:57 am

Hi Joeclark

I can understand what you are going through. you are right it's not a fun, but it is not that much painful as compared to being infertile. Everything seems fine when you know that you are about to have your own child. I am saying so because I personally experience this, I had blocked fallopian tubes. It was a very tough time, I was stressed, heartbroken and quite for a long time. My Dh wants a baby very badly so he put all his efforts to find any alternative & solution. After a long struggle, we get to know about IVF treatment & BiotexCom, a clinic in Ukraine. it is an amazing clinic, cooperative staff, and well-educated doctors.
Moreover, that clinic provides different packages according to the requirement of the patient and what is best for a patient. I recommend you this clinic from my personal experience, you can visit them once if you want to. I wish you luck for your future.
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Re: Best pack for infertility/IVF

Postby Ghost » Wed Dec 13, 2017 3:15 pm

Zarah wrote:Hi Joeclark

I can understand what you are going through. you are right it's not a fun, but it is not that much painful as compared to being infertile. Everything seems fine when you know that you are about to have your own child. I am saying so because I personally experience this, I had blocked fallopian tubes. It was a very tough time, I was stressed, heartbroken and quite for a long time. My Dh wants a baby very badly so he put all his efforts to find any alternative & solution. After a long struggle, we get to know about IVF treatment & BiotexCom, a clinic in Ukraine. it is an amazing clinic, cooperative staff, and well-educated doctors.
Moreover, that clinic provides different packages according to the requirement of the patient and what is best for a patient. I recommend you this clinic from my personal experience, you can visit them once if you want to. I wish you luck for your future.


Zarah is another sock account advertising for a Ukrainian clinic by pretending to be a patient.

Avoid any clinics that advertise so deceptively.
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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Re: Best pack for infertility/IVF

Postby voilet547 » Sun Dec 17, 2017 9:00 am

Hi JoeClark. Sorry to hear about your troubles. You are right. IVF is no walk in the park. What helped me most was sharing the experience with someone. I found a woman on this forum who was going for IVF at the same time as me. We kept each other updated about our journey. It helped knowing that I wasn't alone in this.
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Re: Best pack for infertility/IVF

Postby brookeliam » Wed Dec 20, 2017 5:36 am

Hey i am here to provide you sufficient information from my self experience.First, check the husband body and salary, simple and economic.In this male dominant society some people think that not a child is certainly the cause of the woman, always check the woman's situation.I was also facing some kind of situation like you are.But i had a treatment and succeeded. I belong to a mediocre family and my financial background was not too much strong.Even my family was not agreed upon my decision.But that time i took decision and never change my mind again.I was ready for traveling on this journey. I got my treatment from Prof. Dr. Alia Bashir
MBBS, MCPS, FCPS, DGO, MHPE (ME), CMT (ME) - 27 years experience.
Gynaecologist, Obstetrician. Now i am happy with my kid. So move ahead and stuck n your decisions and hopefully you will get a good news.
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Re: Best pack for infertility/IVF

Postby glendakim » Thu Dec 21, 2017 1:28 am

Yes dear! IVF rounds are pretty tough and time-taking at times. I myself had success in my third round. I still remember those tough days. Well, I don't see where are you getting treatment. Well, I would recommend you try Ukraine for IVF treatments. I myself had treatment from a clinic there in Kiev, Ukraine. It really helped us in completing our whole family. I'm also planning another child through them in upcoming year.
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