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IVF is usually a financial burden. Choosing to use a surrogate for pregnancy can increase the cost depending on your specific surrogate agency and contract. And just like other IVF needs that are not factored into the cost, genetic testing such as PGD or PGS can also increase your out-of-pocket cost. Choosing to test embryos before they are transferred to the uterus can run from $2k to $7k and is often not included in the overall IVF cost with the most of clinics. That's why whatever the case is, I'd recommend looking onto so called guaranteed plans. Those are aimed to cover you from money loss. Great option to use, surely.
Ladies, if you're using/ have just used donor eggs for treatments, you may want to consult with a therapist specializing in infertility. He/she can help you figure out what you are afraid of and then figure out how to tell the kids. It won't be one big conversation with them--questions will come up for them in the years to come. Just remember, you are their mom, they are your kids, they love you and nothing can and will change that.
IVF demands lots of our energy and emotionl health. IVF medications are complicated, and the exact medication is determined by the fertility clinic’s doctor based on the patient’s body. She will likely self-administer a combination of injections, patches or pills that can last between 8-12 days. This can sometimes mean 1-4 IVF shots per day. The stimulation phase might take longer if follicles are slow to mature. Once a patient is taking ovarian stimulation medicine, a physician will be monitoring very closely her hormone levels. and the growth and development of follicles. This is an IVF requirement. Dosages might be increased or decreased based on the body’s reaction and the growth of follicles. Timing is everything with the hCG shot, which often times must be administered within a one-hour window. I'd never believe all those things are sth like the walk in the park for sb..
Hi there. I hope you're feeling better now. I'm sorry about your miscarriage, dear. I know how hurtful it feels. I've been through this so I know how terrible it is. I'll pray that all of your sorrows go away soon. I hope you selected a good clinic for your IVF. IVF is an amazing process. The success rate is high too. Provided that you're going to a good clinic. My sister recently got pregnant through an IVF procedure from Ukraine. She praises the clinic a lot. Anyway, think positive and everything will get on the right path. Lots of love and prayers for you. All the best!
Good luck with IVf. I take it this is the tx you were starting last time?
We have moved on to surrogacy. 2019 has started with us signing with WCOB agency in Ukraine. It was new to us. And here we are, happily waiting to hear about our SM getting pregnant
I wish more of us get the same happy updates as we did.
Hi all! The main factor for endometrial scratching for women is known to be multiple failed IVF cycles, (despite seemingly good quality embryos). Docs say the procedure can boost IVF success rates as it appears to improve the implantation rate of a subsequent cycle.
It involves performing an endometrial biopsy around day 21 of the menstrual cycle. A small sample of endometrial tissue is obtained. The procedure often causes cramping. So they recommend taking an over-the-counter pain reliever ahead of time. Besides it can also be done at the time of a hysteroscopy.
It is believed that disrupting the lining of the uterus releases growth factors that help to improve embryo implantation. Ladies who have failed two or more IVF cycles seem to benefit the most from this procedure. Have had several acquaintances at our Biotexcom clinic with the ladies going through the procedure. Positive attitude mainly, because the thing was strongly recommended by their docs and they trust them. Well, research makes wonder . The more you know about the procedure the easier it passes.
samantha98 wrote:
Hi there. I hope you're feeling better now. I'm sorry about your miscarriage, dear. I know how hurtful it feels. I've been through this so I know how terrible it is. I'll pray that all of your sorrows go away soon. I hope you selected a good clinic for your IVF. IVF is an amazing process. The success rate is high too. Provided that you're going to a good clinic. My sister recently got pregnant through an IVF procedure from Ukraine. She praises the clinic a lot. Anyway, think positive and everything will get on the right path. Lots of love and prayers for you. All the best!

To promote the production and maturation of multiple egg cells, ovulation is induced in the intended mother by means of hormone replacement therapy (HRT). The goal of this phase is that all the eggs that start growing in this cycle are able to complete the maturation process. In a natural cycle (without using fertility drugs), only one egg accomplishes this goal.Oocyte retrieval involves the use of a needle to aspirate the fluid contained within the follicles. Mature oocytes will be found in this fluid, and the number of oocytes to be retrieved depends on each woman. Although this step requires a surgical intervention, it is very simple and takes only 15-30 minutes. Here are some of the obvious advantages we've had with bio tex: No hidden payments. The payment is divided into several rates. Well screened donors and surrogate mothers have carefully considered their decision to be a part of the program. Unlimited number of attempts without losing money! Help with any questions. Assistance with financial arrangements. The fertility specialists of the highest qualifications. Each specialist has 15 and more years of experience. Full legal support without any additional payments. High live birth rate. Quality of the material. They work only with fresh biological material. That is why the chances to succeed are higher. Large database. Psychological health.
Glad to hear your sister has experienced infertility treatments the best. Tell her my best wishes!
I am extremely sorry to hear about your loss. I am sure this must have been extremely difficult for you. However, don't lose hope. I would suggest that for the process you visit a clinic that has a high success rate. Also, the doctors should be experienced. I am saying this from my own experience. I researched a lot about the clinic for my procedure. I am glad I was able to find one mainly because they offer great services and programs as well. I also loved their communication network. It is so fast and efficient. They reply to all my queries within a few hours. The process is also being done in the most efficient manner. We are undergoing the surrogacy process. If you want I can provide the information regarding them. Sending baby dust your way.
I can understand how hard this must be for you. However, don't lose hope. MC can be very hard to deal with and that too which are recurrent. Apart from that, I am also sorry to hear about your fail IVF cycle. For procedures like IVF, there are certain things that matter. Firstly make sure you're taking good care of yourself. You should be following all the instructions correctly. Another thing that really matters is that the clinic you visit should be operating at a high success rate. It is true that IVF is very unpredictable! The chances of it working out actually increase after every cycle. However, a good doctor makes a huge difference. I am saying this from my own experience. Just don't lose hope. Good luck to you. Sending baby dust your way.
I am really sorry to read about your MC. I hope things get better for you. IVF is an unpredictable process. Therefore, you never know if it will work for you or not. However, one has to be really strong and positive. I would suggest you visit a doctor with a high success rate. This will really have a positive impact on your process. Sending baby dust your way.
Hey, there. I hope you're okay. Look, I can understand that you're worried. There can be nothing worse than an MC. I went through it. It was a horrible time for me. Everything seems so dark. And, there's no hope. You can only blame yourself. But, please remember, things aren't that bad. You can definitely do this. If you really think you can't, then you have another option, too. You can always go for surrogacy. You won't have to conceive by yourself. Good luck to you. I hope this comment helps you make up your mind.
It's very difficult to be certain about your chances. IVF can work in some cases. It can even fail when doctors give you a great chance. It's important to stay hopeful, though. I hope things work out for you. Keep us updated on how it pans out. I'll make sure to pray for you!
Shazi99 wrote:
Hi Gyz, Hope you are doing great. I am going through IVF. Last 2years I was pregnant. But after 12weeks I got a miscarriage. I have tried a lot for natural pregnancy. Then I started with IVF. But I fail first IVF. now again the process is started. I am afraid a lot. I want to be pregnant soon. But I don't know why every time I lost my heart. I am disturbed. I don't know how I discuss with you but I thought this forum is best to overcome my tensions. Hope you guys never mind anything. Please do me any suggestion.

Unfortunately, there are many reasons why a miscarriage may happen. Although the cause is often not identified. If a miscarriage happens during the 1st trimester of pregnancy, it's usually caused by problems with the foetus. About 3 in every 4 miscarriages happen during this period..This statistics is very sad indeed, our tiny beans face the hugest issues during this very period of time. If a miscarriage happens after the first trimester of pregnancy, it may be the result of things like an underlying health condition in the mother.
Late miscarriages may also be caused by an infection around the baby. This usually leads to the bag of waters breaking before any pain or bleeding. Sometimes they can be caused by the neck of the womb opening too soon. My dr at BTC repro clinic also explained us that first trimester miscarriages are often caused by problems with the chromosomes of the foetus. Chromosomes are blocks of DNA. They contain a detailed set of instructions that control a wide range of factors, from how the cells of the body develop to what colour eyes a baby will have. Sometimes something can go wrong at the point of conception and the foetus receives too many or not enough chromosomes. The reasons for this are often unclear, but it means the foetus won't be able to develop normally, resulting in a miscarriage. This is very unlikely to recur. It doesn't necessarily mean there's any problem with you or your partner. Also placental problems..Again I'm sorry but praying things will get to their places soon for both of you.
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