Is Dr W on hols yet? It might be worth emailing or even calling CFC - my Dr there would even respond to me while he was on leave/ on weekends, they are far more accommodating than here. If he's not there he would have another of the drs looking after his patients... I'd contact them to see what this all means for your cycle x
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10-06-2015 17:11 #971
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10-06-2015 17:18 #972
Leyshoja, there are four layers to the uterus, the outer layer is the serosa so subserosal means just under the outer layer. For the other one do you mean intramural rather than intermural? Intramural means 'within the wall'. So that's not saying which layer it is in just that it's in the wall of the uterus somewhere. Intermural would mean smack bang in the uterine cavity I would think. Anyway a lot of the significance of fibroids depends on their location and size. When it comes to the cyst I really don't know but with both the fibroids and the cysts you need to get your Dr's advice asap.
Sorry for this spanner in the works for you!
Hi to everyone else.
I am so hopeless with the money side of ivf, I am sure there are still thousands of $$ out there that I haven't claimed, shivers. I'm like an ostrich with it's head in the sand.
10-06-2015 17:38 #973
Jackdemp our 13th ivf round was a pgd one and we got our take home baby... she was transferred on my 43rd birthday.
I also had a fibroid in pregnancy and was told it's relatively common and caused no issues.
10-06-2015 17:47 #974Senior Member
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Leyshoja, I don't know about cysts but I've had lots of experience with fibroids. I just had a successful pregnancy with numerous fibroids, the largest of which are around 7cm. I've had larger than that removed in the past. The issue is usually where they are, rather than how big they are. If they are in the uterine cavity or big enough to distort it then they can be a problem.
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10-06-2015 18:04 #975
Thanks everyone. I have emailed the report to dr W at CFC And my FS is on 3 weeks holiday so I'm just waiting patiently (impatiently) now for a reply
10-06-2015 18:07 #976
10-06-2015 18:07 #977
13!! Lucky for some !! I believe the PGD is an absolute necessity after having so many failures. Xxx
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10-06-2015 18:11 #978
The fibroids can be removed, my FS told me not to worry about them. Most women have them. I had them, but didn't have them removed.
10-06-2015 18:21 #979
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