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That is so nice of you! I also think about this forum as a family. It is extremely sad that clinics are behaving in such a manner. Especially fertility clinics! They are working like real nonprofessionals. Infertility journey is already an extremely difficult one. One which is filled with obstacles. One who is on this journey is already so sensitive that it really hurts when clinics behave in this manner. I have had a similar experience with them. And so much sad of them. But try to find the best one. Hope you will find that.
Hey there, Really sorry to know about your failed journey. Don't lose hope. It is not the end. There is a solution of every problem. I would love to recommend you about surrogacy. It is a great blessing of science. It is getting very common and is changing the lives of so many hopeless people. I had faced this issue too. I went to Europe for surrogacy treatment. Clinics in Europe are providing best treatments in affordable prices. Difficult roads often lead us to beautiful destination. A beautiful destination is waiting for you. My good wishes and prayers are with you. Very soon You are going to be an amazing mother.
hey, there honey.Thanks for asking the question. Glad to see your a mum already.unlike some of us.hey most women go through it.these symptoms are totally normal. I mean it experienced these a lot. Haven't been pregnant yet so.maybe this gave you a little hope. Besides your DH had a vasectomy. I don't think there are many possibilities. Could just be that your hormones are acting up. Happens all the time. maybe you just caught an allergy. these symptoms look more like those. Take care love.
hey there! I hope you are doing great. I am so excited and happy for you. do not stress at all and stay positive. and take care of your diet. I hope everything goes right. be strong and stay blessed.
Hi there, hope you are doing great. I am happy that you are the mother of a child. This is a blessing. From which most of us are deprived of. I think you must keep testing. It will be clearer soon. Don't be tense or afraid. Be positive. Things will be better soon. I know it is a difficult time for you. But never to lose hope. Thanks for sharing your experience. Wishing you best of luck.
hey, there honey.Thanks for asking the question. Glad to see your a mum already.unlike some of us.hey most women go through it.these symptoms are totally normal. I mean it experienced these a lot. Haven't been pregnant yet so.maybe this gave you a little hope. Besides your DH had a vasectomy. I don't think there are many possibilities. Could just be that your hormones are acting up. Happens all the time. maybe you just caught an allergy. these symptoms look more like those. Take care love.
hey, there honey.Thanks for asking the question. Glad to see your a mum already.unlike some of us.hey most women go through it.these symptoms are totally normal. I mean it experienced these a lot. Haven't been pregnant yet so.maybe this gave you a little hope. Besides your DH had a vasectomy. I don't think there are many possibilities. Could just be that your hormones are acting up. Happens all the time. maybe you just caught an allergy. these symptoms look more like those. Take care love.
For most natural pregnancies, women don’t realize they’ve conceived for about a month. This sense of awareness may also cause anxiety and stress. Especially in those worried about maintaining a healthy pregnancy. Keep in mind that fertility medications, which are used to stimulate egg production before the IVF procedure, may also have side effects. And those in their turn can resemble pregnancy symptoms. These include headaches, abdominal pain, mood swings, bloating, and hot flashes. While these symptoms aren't usually cause for concern, they may rarely be a result of OHSS. This is an uncommon condition that occurs from excess egg production. One should visit a doctor if you experience severe weight gain, abdominal pain and swelling, nausea, shortness of breath, and dizziness. In general, the symptoms of IVF pregnancy resemble the symptoms of natural pregnancy. But those with IVF may be more conscious to these side effects. Since they know they’re carrying a child from the beginning.
Having every bone in my body crossed for everyone's luck. Babydust, lovelies!
KattyN wrote:
Hey there, Really sorry to know about your failed journey. Don't lose hope. It is not the end. There is a solution of every problem. I would love to recommend you about surrogacy. It is a great blessing of science. It is getting very common and is changing the lives of so many hopeless people. I had faced this issue too. I went to Europe for surrogacy treatment. Clinics in Europe are providing best treatments in affordable prices. Difficult roads often lead us to beautiful destination. A beautiful destination is waiting for you. My good wishes and prayers are with you. Very soon You are going to be an amazing mother.

You may have heard about this~Mitochondrial donation or mitochondrial replacement therapy is one of the innovative methods of treating infertility. This treatment program is relevant to women over 40 years old who have treated infertility with IVF (in vitro fertilization), but with no success.
These patients have a low functional activity of mitochondria, the most important components of any cell (including germ cells). Therefore, mitochondrial donation, a procedure that is used in infertility treatment at the @@ reproductive clinic, is an opportunity for a woman to give birth to a long-awaited baby who will have a genetic connection with her and her husband (partner). But first, let’s look at what mitochondria are, which often called “cellular power plants” because of their ability to convert nutrient molecules into energy. Mitochondria provide cells (including female eggs) with the necessary energy for normal functioning and consist of two membranes (internal and external), and also contain their own hereditary material in the form of DNA.
Why is this procedure most relevant for women of older reproductive age? Because for the onset of pregnancy, a woman needs to restore the mitochondria of oocytes first of all, that is, eggs, the number of which decreases with age. If in the female eggs there are not enough functionally active mitochondria, then it is possible to become a mother using mitochondrial donation and by means of IVF. Fertility specialists find an egg donor with high functional mitochondrial activity for a patient who wants to become pregnant. 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) in vitro. A healthy embryo is then transferred to the uterus of the woman. Thus, mitochondrial donation is an assisted reproductive technology, thanks to which a barren woman can successfully bear and give birth to a healthy baby!
Don't you think one can try this method out before moving to more invasive procedures?..
The former post is years old..Still let me hope things went on well for the author and she's currently a happy mom. IVF is never a guarantee of a successful treatment plan unfortunately. It may fail for many reasons: implantation failure or the worst to face - a miscarriage..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.
I personally like the way nhs.uk explains this. 'First trimester miscarriages are often caused by problems with the chromosomes of the foetus. Chromosome problems - 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. Placental problems. The placenta is the organ linking the mother's blood supply to her baby's. If there's a problem with the development of the placenta, it can also lead to a miscarriage.
Several long-term (chronic) health conditions can increase your risk of having a miscarriage in the second trimester, especially if they’re not treated or well controlled.. Infections. Food poisoning. Medicines (Medicines that increase your risk include: misoprostol – used for conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis
retinoids – used for eczema and acne. methotrexate – used for conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis.
To be sure a medicine is safe in pregnancy, always check with your doctor, midwife or pharmacist before taking it.). Womb structure. Weakened cervix. PCOS and others. This path is so much complicated and hard to move through!! I'm praying for all of you on the road. Do stay strong!!
Hi. Sorry to hear about your previous infertility issues. You might be pregnant. But we can't say anything for sure. You should wait for a couple of days or a week. Take a test after some time and see if the results change. I hope you are pregnant.
This actually looks really good. The symptoms are quite clear. I had similar ones during my BFP. I really hope you get it! Good luck to you. It would be so exciting. Especially, because it wasn't expected! Do let us know what happens! I'm so excited, lol!
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