Hi all! Thank you for sharing and I wish you all the best on your journeys, wherever they end up.
One of the biggest issues I have found with IVF failure is that couples or individuals don't really understand the contributing factors towards IVF failure until after many failed cycles.
I'm talking about sperm factors, NK cells, and autoimmune issues.
Unfortunately many IVF doctors don't feel you need to know all the risks and factors at play, many are just happy to take your money.
If you want to find out more about why IVF rounds fail, check out this blog post here.
Well, if one is notsatisfied about using this or that repro clinic, one can turn to another place and get the second opinion. We did so too. After unsuccessful tries home we flew abroad. So on the date dh and I underwent the required tests. These were blood tests for both, pap smear and sperm count. Dr studied our medical records. She performed transvaginal ultrasound check and evaluated our chances. She made the decision that the program could be performed and authorized. We signed the agreements and made the first payment. Then dr explained us the treatment plan. She gave us the meds needed for the subsequent protocol (Their cost is covered by the package price) and soon we were free. On the whole it didn't take us long. They completed donor matching in 3 weeks. Then syncronized us. Our dr felt extremelly great about placing back 2 superb embies, which we did. One vanished unfortunately. Another one made it home resulting further in our DS.