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IVF Research Study for those w/ 3+ failed cycles

Tue Jun 18, 2013 12:00 pm

http://www.shadygrovefertility.com/thrive-ivf

The details:

Shady Grove Fertility is currently seeking patients for the Thrive-IVF Research Study. The study is evaluating an investigational medication in women who have had repeated IVF failures despite having good-quality embryos.

You may be eligible for the Thrive-IVF Research Study if you:
• Are between 21 and 38 years of age
• Have had 3 or more consecutive failed IVF cycles that included transfer of good-quality embryos (at least 2 of these involving the transfer of fresh embryos)

Qualified participants will receive study-related tests and procedures at no cost, including:
• An IVF cycle, including procedures and medications
• Study medication

Re: IVF Research Study for those w/ 3+ failed cycles

Wed Nov 04, 2015 3:12 am

Hi! is this still available? My sister in-law had 4 failed IVF and wants to try it again, I am asking this because she is already looking for centers abroad and already inquired in some medical tourism company. If possible, if this is available maybe she can be a good candidate. Currently one medical company gave her this list of India for our IVF options: http://www.placidway.com/package/2199/B ... t-In-India We are still open for other options.

Re: IVF Research Study for those w/ 3+ failed cycles

Mon Nov 09, 2015 6:25 am

In Poland and Czech rep there are good fertility clinics with high success rates. Search the forum and the Internet.

Re: IVF Research Study for those w/ 3+ failed cycles

Thu Mar 29, 2018 12:04 pm

Hello there! I hope you are doing fine. This is such a good post. I know there are many stereotypes which consider surrogacy and IVF treatments unethical. I had my baby boy through surrogacy. I can't imagine what my life would be if surrogacy didnt exist. Lots of love. Take care. Cheers!

Re: IVF Research Study for those w/ 3+ failed cycles

Thu Apr 19, 2018 12:50 am

I'm sure this purely depends on a clinic/country. One should look not for low prices first, but for success rates. Sometimes paying much does not mean you get the best of servces and care. Of course another question is the toughness of the case. So that a clinic does its best to offer the best options for its clients. Mine treats the toughest cases. We chose them mostly for their high success rates and loads of good reviews on European sites.

Re: IVF Research Study for those w/ 3+ failed cycles

Wed Aug 29, 2018 6:46 am

whenmytruerainbow - I couldn't agree with you more

Re: IVF Research Study for those w/ 3+ failed cycles

Wed Sep 26, 2018 11:10 am

Hey, how are you doing? Thank you for sharing this information with us. It would surely help people decide if they should go for IVF or not. One should always analyze their situation and then decide if IVF would work for them or not. Otherwise, it could fail everytime they try and it could cost them too much money. Nobody wants that. I hope things work out for everyone is considering IVF for themselves now.

Re: IVF Research Study for those w/ 3+ failed cycles

Wed Jan 23, 2019 3:19 am

Wow, guys, you are amazing. This is such a brilliant initiative! I'm so glad you guys are doing this. It's our job to improve these methods! We have this responsibility so that others can have a better experience. Keep up the fantastic work! This is going to help so many people!
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