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    Default Trying Tanya

    Hi all.
    I'm new to posting on any forums, but am looking to seek advice and opinions from others in my postion to keep my hopes up.
    My husband and I are in the middle of our 3rd IVF cycle. I'm curious to know how long it has taken other couples to fall pregnant via IVF.

    Trying Tanya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trying Tanya View Post
    Hi all.
    I'm new to posting on any forums, but am looking to seek advice and opinions from others in my postion to keep my hopes up.
    My husband and I are in the middle of our 3rd IVF cycle. I'm curious to know how long it has taken other couples to fall pregnant via IVF.

    Trying Tanya.
    x2 IVF cycles for my first baby (born 2014) then x10 IVF cycles to fall pregnant with my 2nd baby (currently 25 weeks pregnant). Good luck x

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    4 x IVF and 3 x FET for our DS, although we did get pregnant 3 other times during IVF but we lost them. Hang in there, it’s so worth the wait and painful journey!

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    Much of it depends on why you need IVF. We need it for male factor, I have no hormone or lining issues, no history of miscarriage, but did discover through all the testing that I have a blood clotting disorder which needs to be treated during pregnancy.

    Baby 1

    Stim cycle #1 - BFP, no frosties. DD1 born 38+3.

    Baby 2

    Stim cycle #2 - OHSS, freeze all, 2 month rest.
    FET #1 - Failed thaw, no transfer.
    Stim cycle #3 - fresh transfer, BFN, 2 frosties.
    FET #2 - BFN (chemical?)
    FET #3 - BFP, DD2 passed away at birth due to complications from a cervical teratoma.

    Baby 3

    Stim cycle #4 - Embryos arrested at d2/3, no transfer.
    Stim cycle #5 - fresh transfer, BFP, 1 frostie. Currently about 6 weeks pregnant.

    So all up I've had 8 cycles, with 5 getting to transfer and 3 pregnancies.

    We got pregnant first time around with DD1, but DD2 took nearly 10 months to conceive with the breaks required between unsuccessful stim cycles. My belly baby took about 3 months to conceive, but some of that time was an optional break - we found it funny that we did indeed get pregnant (with assistance) after a holiday!

    Wishing you the best of luck.


 

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