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Hey Jenelia. How are you doing? hope you are doing fine. I am sorry for that you had to go through so much pain. I can only imagine what you must have gone through. I am so sorry to hear about your failed IVF. I have heard it is very successful for women with PCOS. IVF is not a sure shot though. I'd suggest you go for surrogacy. At least it works, for sure. It's expensive, yes. But it's the best option. Good luck. I hope it works out for you. Take care. Much love.
Hey there Dear. IVF is really a complicated procedure. It is really effective however it can take some tries. I think you should give it another chance. If it doesn't work out go for surrogacy. Good luck to you.
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My husband and I are going through the process of surrogacy now, we've chosen an agency in Ukraine that helped us choose the clinic and organized our trip, helped with documents and in general is very helpful. If it can help you their name is - Center of Cell Regeneration, you can find them on fb or their website is cells.service. If I can help you, I would be happy to answer your questions.
I believe surrogacy is an ideal option for all the parties involved. It is mostly couples who are unable to conceive naturally that opt for surrogacy. It must mean that they really want children to go to such an extent. Every individual has a right to have their own children. And if anyone is willing to help them out with it, I don’t see why it should be demonized. I feel happy for all those couples who have been able to have their own children through surrogates. it is an amazing option and opportunity.
Dear it is a tough time for you. It is difficult to see the things getting upside down once you are close to your destination. IVF must have been a source of hope for you. Just remember that this is the life. Things don't happen the way you want them to happen. Hopelessness is not the solution of the problems. Stay calm and consult your doctor for the advice. If your doctor thinks it is fine you can easily go for another around. It is not something that has happened with you. There are number of couples facing the same challenges. I have heard of many such couples who ultimately found the happiness after two or three failed IVF cycles. Just keep your fingers crossed and hope for the best.
Sad but it is the hard fact. It is good that you tried IVF. PCO is no more a threatening condition. I have even seen women conceiving after the PCOSand sometimes during the same conditon. It is better that you consult your medical expert. She can come up with a great suggestion for you. If she feels that you should go for surrogacy then you can Making an abrupt decision cannot be more helpful.
Sad but it is the hard fact. It is good that you tried IVF. PCO is no more a threatening condition. I have even seen women conceiving after the PCOSand sometimes during the same conditon. It is better that you consult your medical expert. She can come up with a great suggestion for you. If she feels that you should go for surrogacy then you can Making an abrupt decision cannot be more helpful.
I am extremely sorry to know about you two failed IVF cycles. I can understand the feeling of it. IVF is an unpredictable process and at one time there is nothing in the doctor's hand as well. However, when things can be improved b him/her they should be. The reasons why I always tell people to make sure the clinic they visit is operating at a high success rate. The clinic should know what they are doing. I would suggest that before you take any big step first research on the clinic. I made a huge mistake of constantly visiting the same clinic for more than 3 years irrespective of the fact that things were not working. So make sure that the clinic you are visiting is operating at a high success rate. I hope the very best of luck to you. If you want details about a clinic I can provide those. The one I am visiting is doing an exceptional job. Good luck to you. Sending baby dust your way. Do keep us updated.
Hey there! I hope you are feeling better now. IVF is a great treatment for people with PCOS. IVF takes 2-3 cycles for the majority to be successful. So yes go for another try, because I think surrogacy should be the last option. You won't be able to experience the beautiful moments of having your baby in your womb if you go for surrogacy. It's a great treatment no doubt, I m also having surrogacy to conceive. But just go for IVF one last time and see if it works. Good Luck!
I hope you are feeling better now. I m also suffering from PCOS. I have recently started my IVF. But I know the facts, you should be aware of them too. It's always good to try 3 IVF cycles, for most people it takes more than 1 cycle to conceive. Stay patient and try again. Good luck.
Happy for all of the women who were lucky enough to get pregnant or to have kids. And I wish all of you who are still trying all of the best. I have experienced 5 rough m/c in my life. And I did not even believe that I would become a mother one day anymore. And here I am, I finally signed with the agency of my choice. World Center of Baby. And we are expecting. Our SM is pregnant!!
Hi, ladies. Am joining. Would absolutely agree. We had been trying with dh for 5 years. Spent sums of money on treatments plus lapos. The told us our tubes were clear so that we could go on. But noone told us that would be waste of money doing it with oe! That's why we changed the clinics and found ourselves at biotex. We were amazed with their donor database - so many young healthy ladies to choose from! I read quite often people here talking about adoption. But this is not the same for us people struggling for our own little ones. I feel I would never have chosen such an option. Furthermore would say our thanks for the places and docs performing this very procedure and giving people the chance for happiness. Our baby came to this world after de ivf shot. It was one blast transfer. We hoped but never thought the very 1st att would be successful. And it was!?
Wishing everyone her best of luck with treatments.
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