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  1. #1
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    Mar 2017

    Default PCOS, atypical hyperplasia and one loss post IVF

    I'm not sure where to post this but thought I would reach out to see if anyone else has similar experience.
    We had been trying to conceive for 5 years due to PCOS and not ovulating. I had to loose weight before my fertility specialist would do any treatment. I lost 20kg so was hoping for our baby soon. I was diagnosed with atypical complex hyperplasia during work up for IVF late 2015. I was referred to an oncologist and it was successfully treated with a mirena for 3/12. I had 3 rounds of OI and TI before IVF in August. We conceived on our first IVF with a fresh transfer and was due the 20th May 2017 with our first baby- a girl.
    Unfortunately on our first wedding anniversary my water broke and our little girls cord prolapsed, she survived the trauma but those haunting words " your baby will not survive" will always live with me. 2 days later on the 21 December 2016 I gave birth to our little girl Grace. They think it was due to cervical incompetence and probably due to 4 previous D+C though was never checked during the pregnancy.
    Ive met with my oncologist who said it was safe to go ahead with FET but my fertility specialist wanted to test again to check for the abnormal cells. Of course they had come back, so now I had another mirena inserted and can't TTC for a further 3/12.
    I guess I'm trying to find anyone who has had a similar story. Good and bad outcomes

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2017
    Just wondering are you still active ? I’d like to discuss your hyperplasia with you. I’ve had the same thing.


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