Hey there. I believe these are the symptoms for you as they vary much. I got prego after de ivf att. I had a pain that was one sided a few days before AF was due. But it wasn't normal cramping. I also had weird sense of smell. I remember thinking how awful my shampoo smelled, though I normally love the smell. I also had really sore wisdom teeth. Also I got sore bbs, the first sign for a lot of people..
I'm so sorry about your loss. I know how painful it is. I still remember how I felt after mine and that was horrible. My DH and I have gone through a lot during past 8 years. I had 3 MCs and I should say they broke me, my mental and physical health. Each loss was unbearable. I was stressed and depressed all the time. Sometimes I can't believe I survived after going through all that shit. Though our tries to TTC didn't give results, we moved on and we are waiting for our baby to be born via surrogacy. I want to say that there are still options available. So don't give up! Don't let stress to control you and your mind.
I am just starting to gear up to think of another IVF cycle for a possible second child in about six months. This time around, I am taking a prenatal, coq10, baby aspirin and L-carnitine (powdered form in juice) for my egg health. Coq10 especially is universally recommended for egg health and I take it in powdered form because it is cheaper and can be mixed with food. I like baby aspirin because it really does improve blood flow to your reproductive organs. I'm also doing all this because I want to try out mitochondria donation + IVF, like the last option to try out my own eggs. Taking into consideration the number of eggs decreases with age. If there are not enough functionally active mitochondria in the eggs, then it is possible to become a mother using mitochondrial donation + IVF. Fertility specialists find an egg donor with high functional mitochondrial activity. These healthy mitochondria are taken from the donor's egg cell, integrated with the patient’s cells, then fertilized with the sperm of the husband/partner. A healthy embryo is then transferred to the uterus. 1 shot of mitochondria donation + ivf abroad, for ex., costs 6500 euros.
This is tough to read! I hope you're doing okay. This doesn't sound good. I hope things get better for you. IVF is a good way of treatment. It doesn't necessarily improve fertility. If money is an issue, why don't you go for IUIs? They are way cheaper. Plus, treatment abroad is also not expensive. Good luck to you. Just make sure you find a good clinic. Do your research before making a decision. My prayers are with you. You can do this! Keep us posted, on how it works out.
Hello. I hope you are well. Sorry to hear about what happened. I don't think there is such a thing as "being more fertile after miscarriage". I know IVF treatments are very expensive. I couldn't afford it either. But then I found this place that offered fertility treatments at a fairly affordable price. Of course, I didn't believe that at first and decided to do a little research. I applied for surrogacy there and it is safe to say it didn't cost as much as it would've cost me at other places. In fact, I'm thinking to apply again this year. I just need some time to decide. If you want a recommendation just let me know. You should totally consider this for yourself. I know it helps you. Good luck and never stop trying!
I am really sorry to read about your failed cycle. I can understand how frustrating this might be for you. Financial constraints definitely existed during our time as well. It was really hard to deal with it. However, we eventually went abroad. Things went amazing for us. If you want more details let me know. I'll be more than happy to help.
Financial issues also existed for us. It was really hard to decide! Initially, I was so confused because the area I live in every process is done very expensively. I had previously opted for IVF and IUI all of them failed for me. So now the doctors said that I was no longer a candidate for them. We had to look into surrogacy. However, couldn't imagine opting for it in my own country. My DH was the one who started looking abroad. I was actually so surprised when we finally found a good clinic. The clinic offered two packages. Both of these were very attractive! They had a VIP package and standard package. I also liked their guarantee program according to which if one process wouldn't work for us another one would. We were later after contacting them were also invited for the first free visit. Things went very smoothly for us after that.