@leyshoja, I emailed you. x
@Leisylou It's called Embryo Glue...QFG offer it ..Wazza doesn't rate it himself...am out at the minute but will dig up some info when I get home if one of the other Lovelies haven't answered already😊xo
Good news Bongley x
I am saddened at the attitude of some FS doctors... to blindly ignore immune issues after repeated pregnancy loss is negligent...
if you are not getting pregnant after 2 cycles ivf then I think all investigations need to be done...
1. hysteroscopy... is there an endometrial polyp or septum causing issues
2. endometrial biopsy... done at day 18-21 of the cycle prior to transfer.. can pick up natural killer cells (cannot be on ocp to do this) and for infection endometritis (ivf ladies high risk - I had this 3 times)
biopsy increases tissue growth factors and encourages implantation.
Most gynaecologists happy to do this.. so if you have one on your side use them.
3. immune screen... GP can order this... ANA, factor V leiden, lupus screen, homocystiene, MTHFR gene serology (common immune failure) vit D level, thyroid and thyroid antibodies, esr, crp.
4. look at the protocol... consider adding clexaine, prednisone antibiotics.
I can email you my USA protocol for DE fet which the clinic has a 75% success rate... but remember no matter how good the embryo is if the ground is not good the grass wont grow....
basically for the purposes of an overseas FET your GP can prob coordinate most of it if you have lost faith in your FS.
good luck.. you have a plan now... lets get you pregnant !!!
Just a quick one, only 2 eggs retrieved, a bit disappointing but to be honest I'm pretty relaxed about it all this time around. They both look good apparently so transfer will either be Monday or Wednesday depending if they both look good on day 3. Off to sleep now x
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