would really like to hear your advice on what to do!
DH and I started FT almost 1 and half years ago after self testing. We always new there was something going on after not being on contraception for 9 years without any signs of pregnancy.
It took us a year to start treatment as we live away from the city and was difficult coming to the city for appts. DH has been diagnosed with azoospermia. He had a on going illness when he was growing up and the meds given were also given with the advice this could impact his fertility when he was ready for a family (which we had informed our specialist about). He has had a surgical collection, and still had very low numbers and motility with scar tissue present.
We started our 1st ICSI cycle after being reassured by our FS. I had 11 eggs collected and only 6 fertilised. Buy day 3 we only had 1. This embryo had severe fragmentation and as I was over stimulated it was a freeze all. On the next follow up appt my doc advised to try another FSC as we only had the 1 embryo. We continued as per the docs req. I had 10 follicles collected on round 2 but only 1 embryo made it to day 3. I was then again over stimulated and had to do a freeze all. After the downtime of a couple of months, we transferred each embryos in different monthly cycles with both BFN. I started the 3rd FSC a couple of months later but had the same result of only 8 eggs collected and only 1 severely fragmented embryo making it to day 3. I was not OS this time and managed to have a FT. This was also a BFN.
I have only just had the follow up doc appt with FS after our 3rd round. My husband was absent and the FS was surprised by our results and immediately started to speak about perhaps using a doner.
We are under 30 and as we have had terrible results after only a few months of actually trying I was shocked that my FS would advise this. My DH has been sent for more hormone tests and the FS wishes to see the both of us again to chat about how to proceed. DH and I aren't prepared to look at doners yet.
Is there anyone else that has been in this position?! I feel it is far too early to think about doners especially after the originally issue has never been dealt with or advised.
I'm feeling pretty let down and worried that we may never have our own biological child. Any advice would be great!
Do you think changing FS would be a good idea?!