Hi I am 23 with two kids and want to do the egg share scheme. I have no family history of anything and my BMI is in the healthy range. But I do have polycystic ovaries. Am I still able to do the egg share? Also what are my chances of IVF working first time? My husband's sperm is good if that helps.
Our Expert's Answer
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Having polycystic ovaries does not rule you out of the egg sharing programme. Each case is looked at on an individual basis and all your clinical history is taken into account. Your chance of IVF working is high based on your age and your previous history.