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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    No fragmentation on day 3? There is something wrong with my eggs... Dr Beer says fragmented embryos could be related to an immune issue..

    You're so lucky you didn't have any egg/sperm issues!!! Lucky lady! xx
    Not that lucky 8 years with no diagnosis
    Was harder to deal with as there was nothing to treat.... nothing

    I still thing egg issues maybe at play, as it was strange to go on meds to improve eggs and fall naturally....

    But ill never truly know

    I don't claim to be an expert on sperm issues, but i thought they can cause fragmentation issues

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velvet16 View Post
    Not that lucky 8 years with no diagnosis
    Was harder to deal with as there was nothing to treat.... nothing

    I still thing egg issues maybe at play, as it was strange to go on meds to improve eggs and fall naturally....

    But ill never truly know

    I don't claim to be an expert on sperm issues, but i thought they can cause fragmentation issues
    I'm so happy your patience paid off!! I really hope it's not an egg quality thing, but as you said, we'll probably never know! Dr Beer gives me hope!
    I just called to book in a lap and biopsy with Dr M, but he's not available for a while .. Omg.

    G knows me so well I don't even have to tell her my name anymore lol

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    I got into see Dr M toward the end of Oct and booked my follow up with Dr Reid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nattie84 View Post
    I got into see Dr M toward the end of Oct and booked my follow up with Dr Reid.
    That's good to hear. Dr M really needs to train someone underneath him cos end of October is a long way away... If he ever decides to retire or gets hit of a bus (I hope this never ever happens), we're all screwed!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    That's good to hear. Dr M really needs to train someone underneath him cos end of October is a long way away... If he ever decides to retire or gets hit of a bus (I hope this never ever happens), we're all screwed!!!!!
    LOL its ok with me I'm not in a massive rush. But he would be nearing retirement I would think.... I have made my list of questions as to what has been tested and what hasn't and what he suggests.

    I am thinking it is my egg quality due to my endo... combined with blood clot issues due to the MTHFR and combined with low progesterone. Hopefully I can go on some supplements to help with egg quality have a few months off and then maybe try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nattie84 View Post
    LOL its ok with me I'm not in a massive rush. But he would be nearing retirement I would think.... I have made my list of questions as to what has been tested and what hasn't and what he suggests.

    I am thinking it is my egg quality due to my endo... combined with blood clot issues due to the MTHFR and combined with low progesterone. Hopefully I can go on some supplements to help with egg quality have a few months off and then maybe try again.
    Normally a hetero a1298c is nothing to worry about at all. It's only when you are combined homo or homo for one of the other.. That's what MTHFR Australia told me during a consult..

    What was your prednisolone dosage and baby aspirin dosage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Normally a hetero a1298c is nothing to worry about at all. It's only when you are combined homo or homo for one of the other.. That's what MTHFR Australia told me during a consult..

    What was your prednisolone dosage and baby aspirin dosage?
    I think youll find that's not correct

    Mine was an issue

    Mthfr australia doesn't aeem to have a true idea about infertility and mthfr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velvet16 View Post
    I think youll find that's not correct

    Mine was an issue

    Mthfr australia doesn't aeem to have a true idea about infertility and mthfr
    They ripped me off.. I paid $1,000 for a consult and supplements for 1 month........... And they wrote me a list of things to stay away from (phone, chargers, electricity) and eat organic foods....

    I think when I read through the posts of this thread we both suffer from homozyguous A1298C. What did you find was the issue with what we have? Were you put on something for it? I'm currently taking Seeking Health prenatal vitamins...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Normally a hetero a1298c is nothing to worry about at all. It's only when you are combined homo or homo for one of the other.. That's what MTHFR Australia told me during a consult..

    What was your prednisolone dosage and baby aspirin dosage?
    None this cycle as doctor's didn't think it was an issue and I am taking chinese herbs to help with blood flow but not sure if they worked.


 

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