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Postby Lacey801 » Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:51 am

Hi, I am new to a forum and was told by a friend that this might help. My husband and I just recently entered the world of IVF, after a long two years of being miss diagnosed we thought nothing was wrong. Than long story short I had to have my fallopian tubes removed :cry: This last month was our first month of stimulation, after finding out I had a low amount of eggs but good quality hopefully (I am 30) we had a no response to the meds, even after being on max dose and raised on top of that on day 3. We are trying again next month this time with progesteron and second day of my cycle start stimulation with max dose. Can anyone relate...pretty nervous, sad, anxious all of the above :( :cry: :x :?:
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Postby ambywilliam » Sat Nov 18, 2017 11:44 pm

Hello Lacey. I welcome you to this forum. Why were you miss diagnosed? Didn’t the doctor tell you? I can understand your nervousness. Stay positive and courageous. I wish that you become a mother soon. I wish you best of luck.
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Postby simonafiat » Sun Nov 19, 2017 8:27 pm

I'm so sorry to hear that! I don't have any such experience but hope that those who have can show support here. Take care, darling!
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Postby xenia » Tue Nov 21, 2017 7:58 pm

No dir experiences, sorry. Just wanted to wish you good luck xx
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Postby Kate35 » Wed Nov 22, 2017 3:51 pm

wow, so sorry. You will be well okay.
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Postby riley129 » Sun Dec 17, 2017 10:08 am

Hi Lacey. All these emotions are completely justified. IVF is a big step. I hope that it works out for you. You mentioned that stimulation isn't going as planned. Have you considered going for an egg donor instead? Good luck!
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Postby riley129 » Sun Dec 17, 2017 12:50 pm

Hi there. I am sorry to hear about your troubles. However, you must understand. Infertility is still quite an ambigious field. There are so many things we still don't understand. It's pretty much trial and error. I hope you manage to find a solution.
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Postby jaime » Mon Dec 18, 2017 9:10 am

Over the last few months, a friend of mine, whom I told about my infertility problem and all the treatment I have been going through, told me that she visited a doctor a while ago who treated the infertility cases in which the fallopian tubes of the patients are blocked somehow with an IVF injection. What I wanted to confirm here was if this is a safe way to carry out pregnancy..? Does it have any side effects..? Because I have been told by a doctor that any artificial method of causing pregnancy has some side effects. Some appear in the early stages while others in later. And there is always a chance that the baby itself is affected somehow. What I want to know is to what extent is this true..?
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Postby Ghost » Mon Dec 18, 2017 6:02 pm

jaime wrote:Over the last few months, a friend of mine, whom I told about my infertility problem and all the treatment I have been going through, told me that she visited a doctor a while ago who treated the infertility cases in which the fallopian tubes of the patients are blocked somehow with an IVF injection.


I don't know what that means. IVF does not block or unblock the tubes, but it can be an effective method for women with tubal factor infertility (non-functioning tubes, such as blocked tubes).

What I wanted to confirm here was if this is a safe way to carry out pregnancy..? Does it have any side effects..? Because I have been told by a doctor that any artificial method of causing pregnancy has some side effects. Some appear in the early stages while others in later. And there is always a chance that the baby itself is affected somehow. What I want to know is to what extent is this true..?


It is true that pregnancies following assisted reproduction are at higher risk for several issues, but the added risks are generally considered low and acceptable.
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Postby tatebrown » Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:37 pm

Hi! all infertillity is agreat struggle.I am currently recovering from endometriosis surgery and hope to start ivf soon. My heart hurts so much and this is so hard. I pray I have a beautiful children . Please keep me in your prayers.
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Postby Ghost » Thu Dec 21, 2017 12:25 am

tatebrown wrote:I am currently recovering from endometriosis surgery and hope to start ivf soon.


You just posted on another thread that you are 34 weeks pregnant and that is is a "miracle".

Now you say you are hoping to start IVF soon.
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