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    Can you cycle whilst breastfeeding?

    Does a freeze all improve chance of success?

    What age over 40 to stop doing IVF with own eggs?

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    If I'm not too late:

    What would cause of e2 levels not matching up with follicles (13 follicules of 14+mm, 5 of 10mm and e2 of just under 2000)? Why would one ovary have a lot of follicles but only a third of them contained eggs?

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    Does anyone know when we'll get responses to these questions? Cheers

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    It was planned to be this week. Unfortunately Bh-Bubhub has had a family emergency and will be away for about a week so it may have been put back.

    So sorry.

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    No worries, thanks

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    Default IVF Expert - ask your questions here !!!!

    I'm also thinking along the lines of rainbow road in terms of egg quality. A bit of background I had 12 eggs collected in EPU and 11 were mature. 4 fertilised (out of the other 7, 4 didn't survive ICSI process and 3 didn't fertilise properly). From the 4 fertilised 1 healthy embryo formed and the other 3 were very fragmented. I should also add that DP used that same sperm donor and had 9 embryos created from 11 mature eggs so definitely can't see it being the sperm!

    My questions:

    - Is it purely egg quality that causes results like that or could something else be behind it?

    - Is there a way to know this before going through another EPU?

    - Is there anyway to improve egg quality and to test that it's worked before another collection?

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    Any update on these?

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    am following up

    thanks for your patience - really appreciated

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    right - we will hopefully have the answers to these posted within the next couple of days.

    Again - thanks for your patience guys.


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    Default IVF Expert - ask your questions here !!!!

    @BH-KatiesMum any luck wth these answers?


 

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