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Post by nicolamark » Wed Feb 23, 2005 5:49 pm

Mrs B , Hello again!!

When is ur appointment in march? I wish you all the best with that.

x x x
IUI using donor in 2005
1st IVF cancelled OHSS 2006
2nd IVF 4 eggs all failed to fertilise 2009
3rd IVF successful 2010 pregnant Miscarried early
FET negative 2011


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Post by Sarah30 » Wed Feb 23, 2005 10:37 pm


I was just browsing the boards, haven't been on here for a long time now and saw your post. We had our treatment with Harley Street Fertility Centre and I can't recommend them highly enough. What a great staff they have and the main man Mr Goswamy is fantastic, a real people's person, very understanding of your feelings and situation. Your situation is actually the same as mine, tubes badly damaged with the ends virtually stuck to the walls so no hope of natural conception. Before I started treatment I was steralised on his recommendation as the tubes can leak toxic fluid into the womb apparently and affect potential embryos attaching.

Anyway, I am the PROUDEST mummy in the world to twins lucy and matthew now 14 months old

My history with Harley Street (most of the boring stuff actually takes place at the satellite clinic in Berkeley Avenue or the Bupa Hospital in Reading, only the major stuff is at harley street). So, 1 full IVF Cycle with fresh embryo transfer which failed, I had polyps develop in my womb that had to be removed. 2nd attempt FET resulted in a singleton pregnancy but sadly i miscarried at 8 weeks (chromosone disorder with the baby, just one of those things). 3rd attempt FET concieved my gorgeous twins.

If ever we condsider having more children I will definately be going back to Mr Goswamy.

I guess I'm biassed because I had success, but I really felt they treated us well and the actual treatment process was fine.

Hope this helps. I don't log on here often but if you want to ask me anything else email me

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Post by ogr1 » Wed Feb 23, 2005 11:53 pm

hi Sarah, i am glad that you are doing so good..
it is great that you come here and share the great news..
i know when i was doing ivf it was great to hear good news..
we werent blessed with our babies to raise here but we our blessed with our grandaughter
and all of our many adopted and foster children that touch our lives
and i am glad to add that our 6th grandchild will be born this spring!!!!

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