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I am 37 and have uterine fibroids
After trying to conceive for over two years we have been referred for ivf.
We have been told that fibroids shouldn’t be an issue however on a previous occasion when my gynaecologist wanted to see my ovaries they couldn’t be seen on ultrasound both on the tummy and vaginal because of the fibroids so I needed a mri scan to confirm that my ovaries were fine.
Will I be able to go ahead with ivf in particularly egg retrieval if my ovaries can’t be seen on ultra sound.
Many many thanks for your reply
Hi. I am patient at the clinic, with dr. Peter. I did had a question and call clinic, talked to the nurse but she couldnt help me. I am hoping that maybe dr. Peter or anybody else could because I am concerned and confused about it. Last time I seen dr. we agreed to wait for my next cycle to start clomid , injection and then iui treatment. It was June. On the 12/07 I finally started period but was bleeding for 9 days till 20/07. (I had been taking clomid before for 3 months with no results) I thought its normal spotting few more days since its my 1st month without medication. I have decided that will start clomid from next cycle. Sp on 14/08 my period start. I took clomid from day 2nd till 6th of my cycle. Today is 24/08 (11days) and I am still spotting which makes me very worry. I dont know if its normal? I would very appreciate an answer from dr or nurse.Read answer
Hi, I hope you can help with this query. I'm not sure, but I feel that it may be an unusual issue and we are struggling to know who to turn to for advice.
Due to physical issues that my husband suffers with, we are almost completely unable to have full intercourse. We are desperate to start a family but really struggling to get any help from our GP other than "quick fixes" which don't really provide adequate solutions. We feel like we will never get anywhere at this rate.
Currently going through regular fertility testing, but if we come through this and find that all is OK, please could you advise the best course of action for us? Would IUI be a good option in our situation or would we be better to go straight for IVF? We are so keen to start a family and desperate for help but feel that we have hit a brick wall and unable to move forward. Really hope you can help. Thanks in advance!
My husband has been diagnosed with primary testicular failure due to him having non obstructive azoospermia, low testosterone level (7.9nml) and high FSH level (22.3nml) . Is there any point in him going through SSR or should we just opt to using a donor?If SSR is still an option can you recommend which technique is most suitable.Read answer
I am 43 years old and have suffered five miscarriages since November 2013. I have had all my recurrent miscarriage tests done and they have all come back as normal. Two of the miscarriages resulted in a D&C and after these I did not have a period for six months each time. My AMH was tested at 1.0 and the consultant that I saw said that I was in peri-menopause because of my blood results (these were taken after my first D&C in 2014. I know that because of my AMH that my chance of a live birth is very low but I cannot understand how I can get pregnant so easily. My last D&C was in May 2015 and I didn’t have a period until December. I then found out I was pregnant in January. Surely if my eggs were so bad I would not be able to conceive so many times and so quickly? I am looking at using a donor egg but wanted to know if there was any point doing IVF with my own eggs?Read answer
I am 37 years old and have been trying to conceive for about nine months. After visiting a fertility specialist, I found out I have high FSH (19) and low AMH (.3). The specialist has offered me three options - ovulation induction with insemination, IVF and donor egg. From all that I have been reading, my chances of conceiving with OI or IVF is slim to non. Advice?Read answer