another bust- not sure where to go from here

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Registered: 10-29-2008
another bust- not sure where to go from here
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Fri, 12-17-2010 - 11:09am

hi

I've been gone from the boards for a while, but could really use some support.

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Registered: 01-30-2010
Tue, 01-04-2011 - 4:20pm
Susan,

OMG - finally an answer to why the embies were not implanting. There was a lady on the TTC over 40 board who had hydrosalpinx and went thru a couple IVF (using her own eggs) before finding out she had it as well. I worry about those HSG's, I had one done last year and 2 years ago...

Thanks for sharing your story it helps others to possible look out for this problem.

Lilypie First Birthday tickers
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Registered: 03-17-2008
Tue, 01-04-2011 - 11:53am

Susan:

That would explain why the embryos aren't implanting. I know of two women who've had hydrosalphinx (unknown to them and MD) who ended up having their tubes removed who are now PG after numerous DE failures. One in fact was on her 4th SG try and her MD had a sub, sub specialist review the HSG and they caught it. After the tube removal, both are now PG! You can read about one on her blog; pofjourneytomotherhood.blogspot.com. She is Canadian who traveled to SG after the tubes came out. I hope this reassures you. I'm so sorry for all you have gone through!

Gabrielle

Franklin and Callan

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Registered: 02-11-2008
Mon, 01-03-2011 - 7:40pm
I'm glad you're keeping the options open Susan. Crazy that the tube was clear on previous HSGs and now totally blocked. I know it must be good to have an answer to the possible implantation problem but it's frustrating to find out after the fact. As always take your time with your options. ((HUGS))
Isabel

Isabel
Mom to Sebastian Robert after 3+ years of infertility

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Registered: 10-29-2008
Mon, 01-03-2011 - 1:34pm

Thanks Ladies

Well, it's been tough.

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Registered: 01-11-2008
Wed, 12-22-2010 - 12:31pm

Susan - Sorry about another BFN.

----"Never give up on something that you can't stop thinking about every second of every day."----

Chris 

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Registered: 01-30-2010
Mon, 12-20-2010 - 8:40am
Susan, I am so terribly sorry. I can only imagine the heartache an disappointment you must be going through. I just had my 1st de cycle at SG and the repeat donor only produced 2 mature follies in total. So the 2nd and 3rd recipient (me) didn't get anything! I was crushed. I have chosen a new donor but I don't know how many times I can go through this either.. G/L with your decisions, I'll be thinking of you.
Lilypie First Birthday tickers
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Registered: 11-29-2005
Sat, 12-18-2010 - 1:28pm
All I can say is I am so so sorry. Take a little time to decide where to go next and listen to your heart. I wish you the best on whichever path you take.

 


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Fri, 12-17-2010 - 10:03pm
I am so very sorry for your BFN. I have tears in my eyes feeling that loss of what isn't. I didn't do DE, but I did do DI for 3 years with 14 medicated cycles 4 ofwhich were injectibles and u/s monitering with profasi trigger. With so many disappointments I didn't know which way to turn, but part of me just knew it wasn't time for me to give up on my dream. Only you know when it is time to move on. ((((HUGS))))
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Registered: 02-11-2008
Fri, 12-17-2010 - 9:34pm
I'm so sorry Susan. There is never an easy answer with any of these questions. I felt like I was perpetually on the wrong side of the statistics and firmly believed our cycle with SG was going to fail especially when we chose a donor with frozen ooctytes. As many people told me, try to give yourself a little time before you make a decision about next steps.
Isabel

Isabel
Mom to Sebastian Robert after 3+ years of infertility