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I'm getting nervous yet excited about our upcoming IVF cycle. I guess I just want to hear others' success stories. How many eggs did your donor get? How many fertilized? And how many cycles before you got your BFP? Thank you so much! Just trying to keep me positive. It really is! I am so nervous about everything right now. Definitely, prefer quality over quantity. Well, success stories are really great to hear. Unfortunately, I am not starting any cycle right now but one of my friends did. She got a donor provided by the clinic and she was I think 25 years old. Also, they retrieved 10 eggs and among them, 7 fertilized. Then the transfer took place with BFP and finally a baby girl was born. Ohhh she is so cute. She is now 3 years old. so that why I want to hear all for u ladies !!
Hello. It's very natural to be nervous. How are you now? I hope you're okay. It's not a donor egg success story with me. But I do have a surrogacy success story. We went for our surrogacy in Ukraine. At this clinic called BioTexCom. And let me tell you, they were amazing. Their services were perfect. They are also planning their open days outside of Europe. Dates and venue will be updated. I've found them to be the best for surrogacy. We had our daughter with them. And we're very grateful for our blessing.
I am happy for you too. I know you have been through a lot. It is not easy for a woman to face infertility. Well, I am happy that you are thinking about yourself. It is a great news that you are choosing best for yourself. But I think that the success depends on the clinic. I hope that you will be a mother soon. My best wishes are with you.
I am happy for you too. I know you have been through a lot. It is not easy for a woman to face infertility. Well, I am happy that you are thinking about yourself. It is a great news that you are choosing best for yourself. But I think that the success depends on the clinic. I hope that you will be a mother soon. My best wishes are with you.
Hey, I hope you are doing fine. Infertility takes a lot out of a woman. I know how hard it would be. Well, it is the hardest part of woman life. I know the pain. Well, I hope that you will be a mother soon. I think if you want to be a successful mother so it is better to go to the best clinic. I hope that you will be a mother soon.
Honestly, the chances of her conception naturally or with assisted conception depend on serval things. I would suggest she must see a good fertility specialist. Bear in mind, that there are lots of clinics claiming to be very professional, however, in reality, they are not. They have become the major source of people's distress. I would warn you as well to beware of the clonic Adonis, as they are not in the business of making people happy and contented. Instead, they are in the habit of cheating.
Great!! These are a great number of eggs. Lucky you. Whereas I retrieved 7 out of which 2 fertilized rest were of low quality. But later I miscarried. I don't know if its a coincidence or something. I went to Adonis for the IVF. Now after seeing so many negative reviews, I am feeling that they might have cheated on us. I may have viable eggs. I am having so many mixed signals. Because, I have a low ovarian reserve, and have seen others like me conceive via IVF or surrogacy. So there might be some cheating done by the management. Beware!!
Hello dear. I was also infertile. I was suffering from fatigue injury. I was trying to conceive. My family was not accepting me. But my husband was standing by me throughout all the situations. We both wanted a baby desperately. Then we went for Ivf. The clinic where I had IVF was the best clinic. Now, I am blessed with a baby.
My friend just recently got pregnant through IVF. She used donor eggs since hers weren't of good quality. Her clinic helped her find an egg donor from their database. It was more convenient for my friend. My friend is now pregnant with a girl. I'm really happy for her. I hope this was helpful.
I am glad that things worked out for your friend. I am sure they will work out for you as well. Just stay positive and strong. When does your IVF cycle? Make sure the doctor you are visiting is experienced. This is something that really matters. Also, dont stress a lot! This is something not good for the process.
smart_mother wrote:
I'm getting nervous yet excited about our upcoming IVF cycle. I guess I just want to hear others' success stories. How many eggs did your donor get? How many fertilized? And how many cycles before you got your BFP? Thank you so much! Just trying to keep me positive. It really is! I am so nervous about everything right now. Definitely, prefer quality over quantity. Well, success stories are really great to hear. Unfortunately, I am not starting any cycle right now but one of my friends did. She got a donor provided by the clinic and she was I think 25 years old. Also, they retrieved 10 eggs and among them, 7 fertilized. Then the transfer took place with BFP and finally a baby girl was born. Ohhh she is so cute. She is now 3 years old. so that why I want to hear all for u ladies !!


Hey dear! Well, I am really happy to hear your friend's story! I don't have my own. But, can't wait to share, once I get done with my IVF later in August. I've had failed attempts in past. Now, undergoing at a centre in Kyiv. I also wish you the best of luck! We have decided/received the info about the number of eggs for transfer! So, yeah! But, still, I've my frozen eggs with them for a year. So, anyway! Best of luck to you. Take care! smile
Hi. Here's some of my background. I was 35 yrs old when the journey started. Up to this time we managed to conceive our 2,9 yrs old son naturally. All the other attempts for baby#2 turned into disasterous experience. I miscarried or AF just showed its ugly face each month of ttc. We turned to doc for help. He was not too compassionate with us. He told us both to take vitamins and supplements, to try doing yoga and some other things. But I truly felt it won't be enough. Yet another month and yet another hope - We got bfp. Later our GYN said we weren't lucky again. I asked why. And he told it was ectopic...They had to remove my left tube...My sweet dh has been always a rock of support. We decided to look for the second opinion, found a new expert. She adviced us going straight to IVF. And she suspected me to face POF symptoms..which was another heartbreak for both of us.. How much more could I bare?!!! Later our doc told us we were true candidates for egg donation..
So actually no success story so far, but I'm sure our bio tex clinic's doing its best to help us through..
This is what I'd also advise you doing. Before beginning a cycle of IVF, consider important questions, including:
How many embryos will be transferred? The number of embryos transferred is typically based on the age and number of eggs retrieved. Since the rate of implantation is lower for older women, more embryos are usually transferred (except for women using donor eggs.)
Most doctors follow specific guidelines to prevent a higher order multiple pregnancy and in some countries, legislation limits the number of embryos that can be transferred at once. Make sure you and your doctor agree on the number of embryos that will be transferred before the transfer procedure.
What will you do with any extra embryos? Extra embryos can be frozen and stored for future use for several years. Not all embryos will survive the freezing and thawing process, although most will.
Cryopreservation can make future cycles of IVF less expensive and less invasive. However, the live birth rate from frozen embryos is slightly lower than the live birth rate from fresh embryos. Or, you might be able to donate unused frozen embryos to another couple or a research facility. You might also choose to discard unused embryos.
How will you handle a multiple pregnancy? If more than one embryo is transferred to your uterus, IVF can result in a multiple pregnancy (which poses health risks for you and your babies. In some cases, fetal reduction can be used to help a woman deliver fewer babies with lower health risks). Pursuing fetal reduction, however, is a major decision with ethical, emotional and psychological consequences.
Have you considered the potential complications associated with using donor eggs, sperm or embryos or a gestational carrier? A trained counselor with expertise in donor issues can help you understand the concerns, such as the legal rights of the donor. You also may need an attorney to file court papers to help you become legal parents of an implanted embryo.
Just tried to be useful. Wishing all of us baby dust!
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