You might know we passed de ivf overseas to have our boy now.. What I wanna say is that every treatment step is challenging. For example, putting back 1 or 2 embies at time was also a difficult decision for us..Well, this all depends on possible risks I think. If having no health issues I want to take my chance of conceiving with twins, so what policy it should be! Women transfer two embryos just to boost their chances. And if you are OK and feel comfortable of having twins if it happens, so why not to try? Personally I was for transferring 2 embryos though that time I was already ripe age. I took it as for improving chances for the most part. Both embryos were implanted into uterus, but unfortunately one vanished after some time. But anyway I gave birth to a wonderful baby healthy baby. And feel sorrow I haven’t them both. Now we're sure we'll pass another ivf and are seriously thinking about coming back to our overseas clinic . We’ve got several treatment options. You might have heard about mitochondria donation --this is actually the thing we're considering to try out this time.. And if it's still possible and my health allows to do that I'll try with two embryos again, that's for granted! Won’t lose this opportunity anyway. Wish you all the best whatever your decision might be X
Hi, luv, I know your story. You've been extremelly active on board, god bless you, your posts are very informative. We did it with de. At that time me - 37 yo, diagnosed with POF. Dh - stage 3 colon cancer, affecting sperm count and quality. But his swimmers turned out to be worriors. And oe - on the contrary of no use. They told us we had to consider using donor eggs to have chances. Our ukrainian clinic had a database of more than 600 donors so that we could choose among them. Using de was included into the contract points so we didn't worry about where and how to get de. Also all the meds and needed services were covered by the package. And in the case of 5 failures we could get our money back. For more thoughts feel free to write pm. Take care and all the very best to you and your family.