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I'm getting nervous yet excited about our upcoming IVF cycle. I guess I just want to hear others' success stories. How many eggs did your donor get? How many fertilized? And how many cycles before you got your BFP? Thank you so much! Just trying to keep me positive. It really is! I am so nervous about everything right now. Definitely, prefer quality over quantity. Well, success stories are really great to hear. Unfortunately, I am not starting any cycle right now but one of my friends did. She got a donor provided by the clinic and she was I think 25 years old. Also, they retrieved 10 eggs and among them, 7 fertilized. Then the transfer took place with BFP and finally a baby girl was born. Ohhh she is so cute. She is now 3 years old. so that why I want to hear all for u ladies !!
Actually I'm not listed yet on those with de ivf success.
Here's some of my background. I'm 37 yrs old. ttc 2 yrs +. Feb 2016 Hsg done - dx with blocked tubes. Did surgery - right tube opened. Clomid iui#1 - bfp (chemical). Medicated cycles with monitorying - no baby. Another lap surgery. 2 ivf cycles done home. ivf#1 - ER 10 eggs, 6 fertilized - bfn. ivf#2 - started bcp for 3 wks. Started Lupron. FET - beta confirmed. Rising then extremelly falling down - MC. Switched the clinics. Currently in my 2ww after ET the 10th 'Aug. They transferred 2 5day A grade blasts from donor egg. This waiting game is always tough..I'm doing my best to cope with nerves though it's not easy..
Hope I'll soon update the thread and could be officially among de ivf pregos.
All the best to all lovelies with their current cycles.
Hello. It's very natural to be nervous. How are you now? I hope you're okay. It's not a donor egg success story with me. But I do have a surrogacy success story. We went for our surrogacy in Ukraine. At this clinic called BioTexCom. And let me tell you, they were amazing. Their services were perfect. They are also planning their open days outside of Europe. Dates and venue will be updated. I've found them to be the best for surrogacy. We had our daughter with them. And we're very grateful for our blessing.
I am happy for you too. I know you have been through a lot. It is not easy for a woman to face infertility. Well, I am happy that you are thinking about yourself. It is a great news that you are choosing best for yourself. But I think that the success depends on the clinic. I hope that you will be a mother soon. My best wishes are with you.
I am happy for you too. I know you have been through a lot. It is not easy for a woman to face infertility. Well, I am happy that you are thinking about yourself. It is a great news that you are choosing best for yourself. But I think that the success depends on the clinic. I hope that you will be a mother soon. My best wishes are with you.
Hey, I hope you are doing fine. Infertility takes a lot out of a woman. I know how hard it would be. Well, it is the hardest part of woman life. I know the pain. Well, I hope that you will be a mother soon. I think if you want to be a successful mother so it is better to go to the best clinic. I hope that you will be a mother soon.
Honestly, the chances of her conception naturally or with assisted conception depend on serval things. I would suggest she must see a good fertility specialist. Bear in mind, that there are lots of clinics claiming to be very professional, however, in reality, they are not. They have become the major source of people's distress. I would warn you as well to beware of the clonic Adonis, as they are not in the business of making people happy and contented. Instead, they are in the habit of cheating.
Great!! These are a great number of eggs. Lucky you. Whereas I retrieved 7 out of which 2 fertilized rest were of low quality. But later I miscarried. I don't know if its a coincidence or something. I went to Adonis for the IVF. Now after seeing so many negative reviews, I am feeling that they might have cheated on us. I may have viable eggs. I am having so many mixed signals. Because, I have a low ovarian reserve, and have seen others like me conceive via IVF or surrogacy. So there might be some cheating done by the management. Beware!!
Hello dear. I was also infertile. I was suffering from fatigue injury. I was trying to conceive. My family was not accepting me. But my husband was standing by me throughout all the situations. We both wanted a baby desperately. Then we went for Ivf. The clinic where I had IVF was the best clinic. Now, I am blessed with a baby.
So answering the question and sharing my DE IVF journey outcomes.
I'm 37 yrs oldie. TTC for 2 yrs+. 2 yrs ago HSG done - dx with blocked fallopian tubes.
Did surgery resulting in my right tube opened.
Were advised to try IUI Clomid. Got bfp but chemical. Months of medicated cycles followed, with monitorying - still no baby. Did another lap surgery. IVF #1 with OE - failed. IVF#2 with OE - beta confirmed, rising then extremelly falling down. I miscarried. Dr has never felt positive about another OE IVF shot since then. He said OE were not likely going to work. So we'd need to move onto plan B with donor eggs.
We passed our first shot with DE ever at overseas clinic, bio tex com. Our ET on 10th' Aug. This was the toughest 2ww ever!! Beta confirmed pregnancy. We have singleton, though they put back 2 nice A grade blasts. Just a couple of weeks to wait more for the 12 wks safe barrier. Then I'll completely have peace in my heart.
Sarahsth28 wrote:
Great!! These are a great number of eggs. Lucky you. Whereas I retrieved 7 out of which 2 fertilized rest were of low quality. But later I miscarried. I don't know if its a coincidence or something. I went to Adonis for the IVF. Now after seeing so many negative reviews, I am feeling that they might have cheated on us. I may have viable eggs. I am having so many mixed signals. Because, I have a low ovarian reserve, and have seen others like me conceive via IVF or surrogacy. So there might be some cheating done by the management. Beware!!

OMG, I'm sorry you've experienced this with A***! My numbers whilst ivf#1 were ER 10 eggs, 6 fertilized. But we never got success with the embies. All Bs and Cs. They placed back Bs first --didn't work out. Then tried with the remaining C grade ones. Got bfp!! beta confirmed, rising but then for some reason extremelly falling down..i lost tiny beans..Dr told that was time to use donor eggs as mine were not likely to work..For doing donor egg cycle we moved abroad, to ukraine. Our clinic guarantees at least 3 A grade embies for the ET. bio tex performs ET only day 5, meaning they put back blasts only. I believe this stage of development is the best for the beans, 'cause they are more mature. Our ET was on the 10th 'Aug, got positive! We've got only positive experience with them so far.
Thank you for the warning, anyway.
Leia James wrote:
Hello. It's very natural to be nervous. How are you now? I hope you're okay. It's not a donor egg success story with me. But I do have a surrogacy success story. We went for our surrogacy in Ukraine. At this clinic called BioTexCom. And let me tell you, they were amazing. Their services were perfect. They are also planning their open days outside of Europe. Dates and venue will be updated. I've found them to be the best for surrogacy. We had our daughter with them. And we're very grateful for our blessing.

Congrats with your success!! Ukraine is the best choice for surrogacy for many reasons.
This country has a specific set of laws to protect IPs’ rights and the rights of surrogate mother.  Intended mother shall provide medical certificate proving her disability to carry pregnancy on her own. Restrictions for SMs are also set by law. Age 18-39, being absolutely healthy and having at least one healthy child. What we liked and what was obviously one of the most crucial points in legislation aspect is that SM has no right to change her mind and keep the baby after delivery!! IPs are considered biological parents of the child. Birth certificate is issued with the name of IPs as parents, no name of SM is mentioned.
The cost of surrogate motherhood varies from 30k to 50 k EUR. The price unlike in the US includes the risks (like cesarean), food, accommodation, transportation, translator, and so on. The procedure for registration of a child is very simple. For most of the cases, passport for the child is given in Ukraine. In some cases it is necessary to draw up documents in their own country. The queue moves quickly due to a good mix of supply and demand. The average wait time varies from 1 month to six months.
All this makes the country the perfect surrogacy destination. This is my personal point of view.
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