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

    Genea IVF have once again offered to work with Bubhub in providing some expert knowledge and answer questions in relation to IVF or fertility in general

    they have written some previous blogs and advice for us in the past which have been incredibly helpful to many members

    Infertility not just a female problem

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    so - if you have any questions about IVF, fertility assistance of any kind, infertility or other issues in relation to trying to conceive, post them here.


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

    Can I do a natural FET if I'm still breastfeeding ?

    Specifically is there any evidence, what are the chances, does prolactin level make a difference etc etc

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    I have chronically elevated Prolactin. Have had an MRI - not a tumour. IVF DD born June 2014, stopped BF August 2015 - cycle still hasn't returned (no cycle at all while BF).
    Nobody seems to be able to tell me what is causing my elevated prolactin & what its effects on my fertility are. Could it be why my cycle hasn't returned?
    I want to have a FET in the next 6 months, is it better to wait for a natural cycle or should I just get cracking with meds?
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    I have recently turned 42 and doing IVF with PGD testing. I have no fertility issues apart from age and previously have had children in my late 30 all of which were conceived in a short time with no miscarriages in between. On my first round of IVF I got 17 mature eggs but only 2 were still going on day 5. To be biopsed they had to grow to day 6 so they were sufficiently hatched even though they were blastocysts on day 5. One of those day 6 tested was chromosomally abnormal. The other day 6 was suitable to freeze but wasn't tested as it wasn't hatched enough. My FS has told me not to place any hope on the day 6 frozen untested embryo as it is probably 'no good' because it wasn't fully hatched by day 6. My question is should I rule out transferring this untested day 6 embryo because it wasn't hatched enough to be biopsies on day 6?

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    Hi,

    Currently in the process of a fet cycle and i have 3 frozen two day 4's and a day 5 however been told they are putting back a day 4 any idea why this would be?

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    as an average - what are the success rates for women over 40? and for women 35-40?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    as an average - what are the success rates for women over 40? and for women 35-40?
    And by success rates...I mean the "live birth rate" not the "pregnancy rate" please.


 

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