I can very much relate to you. I myself am in the same boat as yours. A few days back I didn't even want to try again. However, the clinic I am visiting is really trying their best to make sure that things really go well. When I first emailed them I was so nervous that they wouldn't reply. However, they replied very fast and answered all my questions. I was then assigned a manager who then made sure that I dont have any trouble. She helped me arrange all the documents. Now recently I was invited for the first visit. It was all for free. It gave us an opportunity that we look at things and make our decision. I really liked how they are systematic. This makes it easy for us since there is no chaos. I hope things go well for us in the future as well. Good luck to you too.
Hi Maria! I hope you are doing fine. Thank you for sharing this information here. Infertility is a really hard thing to deal with. I have suffered 5 years to conceive so I know how painful that is. But nowadays it's easy to conceive even with infertility. There are many different ways which can help you conceive. The success rate of those treatments has also increased a lot. Treatments like IVF, IUI, and Surrogacy are the most common ones. I also had both of my babies through surrogacy. It really made a difference in my life. So everyone trying out there, don't give up, keep fighting and soon you will get your BFP. Even if you don't, visit a clinic and go for assisted conception. Good luck! Stay blessed!
Post by feliciapayton on Feb 9, 2019 4:06:49 GMT -5
Hi there! I hope you are doing fine. Thank you so much for sharing this information. Many people don't even understand the pain of being infertile. They need to know how hard it is to deal with it. I am suffering from it for the last 3 years. I have tried a lot of things but nothing worked out for me. IVF is a great treatment for me but i couldn't carry my child so it didn't work out for me. I have recently changed my clinic and going to start my surrogacy in a week. Things are looking quite positive right now. I hope it works out. Wish me Luck. Stay blessed. Bye.
Post by feliciapayton1 on Mar 12, 2019 23:09:34 GMT -5
Hey there! I hope you are doing well. Thankyou for sharing this information. Many people are not aware of such treatments. It's important that they know they still have a chance even if it doesn't work naturally. Surrogacy and IVF both are the most successful treatments for infertility. Stay blessed!
Hey. It is important that we all acknowledge this. Infertility has become a huge problem in today's world. Treatments for this are so expensive all over the world. But I'm glad some people acknowledged the issue of expenses. They opened up clinics where they made these treatments affordable. More people need to know about this. I hope things work out for people who are currently suffering from infertility.
Post by jennifer123 on Jun 1, 2019 18:09:58 GMT -5
It is indeed not an easy journey to be. There are soo many ups and downs in the process. It is all about staying strong. Mainly because there are way too many ups and downs. However, it is amazing to see the progress being made in the field. I know soo many people who were able to conceive through various different procedures. The clinic I know about I was reading teir blog. I was really mind blown by a process. IT is called Mitochondria Donoation. According to the process. the Mitochndria from the egg of a donor is injected and is inserted into the egg of the IVF patient. This gives the egg the energy! Meaning making it of better quality. The women who are suffering from AMH or ovarian related issues should look this up. Also, the ones who are in their menopause.
I believe it is not an easy journey to be. It's full of highs and lows. I have been TTC for about 3 years ago. Last year I did get pregnant however, that resulted in an MC. I was in an emotional wreck. I didn't know what to do. We decided to move forward in life however the thoughts were always present. I started searching a lot. The doctor told us that the reason was unknown to them. This was so frustrating because knowing something is better than not knowing. We did go forward with 3 cycles of IUI out of which nothing worked and then when we didnt go for any treatment I got pregnant. After which we thought maybe we should keep doing that but that didnt work. We are now searching for a different clinic. I am going to go through this forum and look around for suggestions. I hope we are able to concieve soon.
Post by ashishgupta on Sept 20, 2019 1:05:36 GMT -5
You have shared the very serious matter. Worldwide, 8 to 12 percent of couples facing fertility problems. A doctor can give advice and carry out some preliminary assessments. It is better for a couple to see the doctor together. For couples who experience fertility problems and those who wish to have children at an older age, there are more options available than ever before.
I completely agree with you. Technology has definitely improved. Everything is properly managed. The clinic I am visiting now, I see the latest technology being used there. It really impresses me how things have improved. I am really hoping that even my process works. I am glad that we are in this era where we have this facility available. Good luck to you.
Hello, there. Hope you're alright. Thank you so much for this. It's really underrated, what you are doing. This is a really informative post. You're a great woman for doing this. Keep up the good work!
Hello, Maria. How are you doing? I hope you're okay today. This is really nice of you. It's such an informative post! Infertility is a big problem. You explained everything really well. As someone who is struggling with it, I found this extremely helpful. I can relate to it, as well. It's honestly amazing to see how many opportunities are available to us, now. Keep up the lovely work. IVF and IUIs are really good options, as well. Thank you for this. It's absolutely crucial. This means so much to me!
Thank you for this post. Infertility is a huge problem in today's world. It's only getting worse, to be fair. A lot of people don't even think it's a problem. That's really sad, to be honest! We need to raise awareness about infertility. Also about the ways of dealing with it. That will make the difference. It's so important to do this. Thank you for this post. Keep it up! We need more of such posts. It would be helpful if people could share their experiences, as well! We could make a thread for women suffering from PCOS or even endo, etc. I think this could be a great idea!
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