Hi..I had unprotected sex the day before egg retrieval ans managed to have a successful IVF embryo day 5 transfer that resulted in a pregnancy....is there any way this pregnancy could have resulted through natural conception or was it definitely achieved through the embryo transfer
I have high fsh and low amh, I can't remember the exact numbers. My Husband has poor motility but has show an improvement recently. An aneuploidy test showed results within a normal parameter. We've had three failed icsi cycles and most recently our 4th cycle, a miscarriage at 5.5weeks. I achieve between 7-11 eggs of which usually 85-95% are mature. Typically we see most of these fertilise and all make it to day 3. From then until day 5 we loose a majority and usually only have one/two embryos left to transfer. We achieved a hatching blastocyst for our pregnancy.
What future steps would you now recommend?
I did IVF last year and got pregnant at first attempt. My water broke at 19 weeks and had emergency C-section at 26 weeks to deliver baby. Baby had immature lungs and after two months of NICU stay baby passed away last month.
We have 5 frozen embryos with you. My question is how long we have to wait to get pregnant again? And what about the risk of having same prob again in next pregnancy? Is there any prevention method?
I am a mum of 4 grown children I've been sterilised for 13 years and still have regular periods. I would very much like to have a baby with my fiancé he has no children. I would like more than anything to use my own eggs but I'm aware 45 is usally the cut off point for this so im Keen to get the ball roliing asap! Please could you tell me my options.Read answer
I have been married for 24 years and my age is 42. ii had one pituitary gland tumour out in 2004 and one in 2008. and I'm ok at the moment. I had one IVF in leeds on the NHS and one IUI in india but it didnt go sucessfully and i have not tried anything since. Is there any chance for me to try again and could you please advise me on what should i do. Thank you so much for your help and adviceRead answer