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What with constant ivf fails?

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valgr11 Tue 11-Apr-17 13:36:45

Hi, ladies.
Hello. I am on cycle 14 of ttc after my loss. The loss was so devastating for me and I still have a hard time with it. It didn't take long for me to conceive before. Why is this so hard now?? We did IUI and it failed, we planned to have a second IUI and had to cancel due to early ovulation. However we did it with my next cycle but it wasn't success again. My doc put me on the pills and we took us into ivf? We had several of them till now. No luck at all. Because I think we’ll go for an IVF on a donor egg next as the doctor also says there’s great likelihood that the whole problem is in the quality of my eggs. We’ve spent so much time and all was useless. But in that case this won’t be the baby that is my flesh and blood. And I’m so afraid of choosing the right donor.
Any advice would be appreciated

fraise005 Tue 18-Apr-17 05:32:14

hi Val...
unfortunately there is not much information on your background on why you require infertility treatment. so a bit difficult to say something relevant.
do you have very painful period?
Unfortunately endometriosis it not easy to detect in europe. mine was easily detected in canada about 14 years ago or so.
well my infertility is due to endometriosis... so my egg quality is not affected. but I cannot say the same for the baby house in me.
Your problem may be similar, especially if you have VERY painful period, in that case surrogacy might be the option... it is a tough decision but at least the baby is your blood.

valgr11 Thu 20-Apr-17 15:05:45

I've read endometriosis is definitely mean disease as it may come up in so many various places in our body.. You never know where to look for it.
My periods are really too painful usually. Though I hope it wasn't endo that made me suffer all that time .. at least as far as it wasn't detected I refuse to think about me having that problem.

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