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Any one know about icsi?

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hopeisstrong Sun 09-Dec-12 22:02:27

Watching with interest as just found out we will probably need icsi to conceive. Good luck

hermioneweasley Sun 09-Dec-12 20:52:50

DD is Icsi. She is a marvel.

colafrosties Sun 09-Dec-12 20:50:03

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FatimaLovesBread Sat 08-Dec-12 23:56:00

I'm currently feeding my 15 day old DD who is a result of our first go at ICSI.
Agree it's a bit of a rollercoaster but definitely worth it

Ollibobs Sat 08-Dec-12 23:48:50

Hi there! I'm 20 weeks pregnant with an ICSI baby. Got lucky and fell pregnant after our first round.
Its definitely an emotional roller coaster, but just remember that it really can work!
Wishing you and your DP the very best of luck! grin

VeggieSaus Fri 07-Dec-12 15:15:37

I'm hopefully starting ICSI in the New Year too, probably going to Oxford (although Bourn Hall is on our list as well). Me and hubby have to go for final consultation with hospital on Monday to get offically referred by the NHS.
I am a bit nervous about it but more excited and relieved that things are moving forward. I'm 37 this month so feel like I'm running out of time.
Keep me updated with how you get on smile

wifeymerrick Fri 07-Dec-12 08:52:32

Hi......I am the proud mummy of a 3.5 year old icsi baby ! He was our third attempt....its an emotional dollar coaster but keep ur eye on the prize :-) hope all goes well....try and relax and have a stress free Christmas. U need to be going in to this treatment eyes wide open and feeling good emotionally and health wise ! X

hellokittydrivesmenuts Thu 06-Dec-12 19:18:39

My dp and I have an undiagnosed infertility issue, he has slightly low sperm volume and we have been trying for 18 months, I have a dd of 4 soon 5 year old from a previous relationship. We are not eligible for nhs treatment so are going to the bourn hall clinic in Cambridge for icsi treatment January, has anyone had this or know of others who have had this as apprehensive and need success stories to calm the nerves.
Many thanks xx

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