Low Ovarian Reserve and ED

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Re: Low Ovarian Reserve and ED

Postby HappyStar » Tue Jan 03, 2017 3:57 am

We want to use fresh eggs for our ED program. When we sign up a contract and choose a donor, I’ll have to take birth control pills. This should be done to synchronize my period’s with the donor’s one. Then we’ll have to visit the clinic one more time. During this time, my hubby’s sperm will be picked up and used to fertilize the donor’s eggs. Then three embryos will be transferred into my uterus. I’ll have to take hormone pills to support the possible pregnancy. In two weeks the first pregnancy test must be done. If it’s positive, I’ll have to take the medicine up to the twelfth pregnancy week.
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Re: Low Ovarian Reserve and ED

Postby mimimama » Sun Jan 08, 2017 6:11 am

Have you considered having embryos undergo PGS NGS testing to increase yr chances of getting a problem-free pregnancy?
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Re: Low Ovarian Reserve and ED

Postby HappyStar » Sun Jan 08, 2017 9:55 am

I also red some information about fresh eggs, and I plan to use them in my ED program. I will take birth control pills to synchronize my periods with the donor’s ones. Then we’ll have to visit the clinic one more time. During our second visit to the clinic, my hubby’s sperm will be picked up and used to fertilize the donor’s eggs. Then three embryos will be transferred into my uterus. The first pregnancy test will be done in two weeks. Up to this time, I’ll have to take hormone medicines. If the test is positive, I’ll have to take the medicines up to the 12th pregnancy week.
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Re: Low Ovarian Reserve and ED

Postby Mickey2017 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 3:08 pm

Hi, ladies. I plan to cycle soon with donor eggs. One of my ovaries were extracted because of endo. My second one doesn’t work properly. We tried one IVF, but the result was a negative one. My gyny tells me that my oocytes are of bad quality, so it’s better to cycle with donor ones. This is the main reason why we decided to try ED. I want to take some vitamins to enhance my chances to conceive. Should I do this?
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Re: Low Ovarian Reserve and ED

Postby HappyStar » Fri Jan 20, 2017 9:26 am

Hi, Mickey2017. Nice to meet you, dear. I think it’s better to consult your fertility specialist first. He is the one who would tell you whether to take some vitamins or not. It will be nice if you do some medical tests too. My hubby and I had to do loads of tests before our fertility specialist was ready to meet us. The tests are required to understand whether you’re healthy enough to conceive and give birth to a child.
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Re: Low Ovarian Reserve and ED

Postby mimimama » Sun Jan 29, 2017 8:50 am

Mickey2017- have you considered acupunture? Friends of mine tried it before and during their treatment, and it (probably) worked for them,as theu got pregnant at their 1st try in Gdansk. x
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Re: Low Ovarian Reserve and ED

Postby Mickey2017 » Tue Jan 31, 2017 3:21 am

Hi, ladies! Mimimama, thanks for your clue. I think I should ask my fertility specialist about it. I visited her several weeks ago and she gave me the list of tests I have to do. I started with several blood tests. My hubby has already done sperm test and it came with a good result!!! I’m really glad of it!!! Happystar, will you visit biotexcom?
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Re: Low Ovarian Reserve and ED

Postby HappyStar » Tue Feb 07, 2017 6:44 am

We haven’t made our mind what to do further. We’ve contacted several other fertility clinics in Kiev and one fertility clinic in Moscow but we didn’t like them much. At present, we continue searching… We even phoned Biotexcom one more time. My hubby had a talk with the client manager. She apologized and told us that sometimes the clinic is really busy with the clients. They plan to open three more offices to serve their clients better.
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Re: Low Ovarian Reserve and ED

Postby mimimama » Tue Feb 28, 2017 10:59 am

HappyStar- I think every clinic might have own minuses, if a clinic gets high success rates and you are satisfied with the most issues, I think you might trust this clinic. Good luck with yr search
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Re: Low Ovarian Reserve and ED

Postby Mickey2017 » Mon Mar 20, 2017 6:59 am

I think you’re the one who has to take a decision. You were there and you saw everything with your own eyes, so you are the one who has to take the decision. If you like loads of things about them, you may deal with this clinic. Why not? At least, I would recommend you to be very attentive while reading the contract you’re to sign up. You may even contact an attorney if you have any doubts. At any rate, I wish you good luck and loads of baby dust come on you during your ED journey.
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Re: Low Ovarian Reserve and ED

Postby HappyStar » Thu Mar 30, 2017 2:44 pm

My DH and I decided to give that clinic a second chance. We really liked loads of things about this clinic. The main reason why we’ve chosen them is the fact that they offer fresh eggs and don’t charge much for this. We can’t spend much now. I think we would be able to make the final decision after having visited Biotexcom. I hope everything will be ok. I do hope it will be!
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