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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-28-2018, 08:40 AM Thread Starter
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Poor Ovarian Reserve

Hey, everyone, I am Monika. I hope you all are doing well. I joined this forum a few days back. I have been reading various stories. I have also tried to help people with the information I have learned so far during my TTC journey. When I got married I really wanted to conceive straight away. We started TTC, however, nothing was really happening. It was a really frustrating moment for me as I wasn't expecting things to be like that. I then reached out for help. The doctors did my tests and found out that my FSH levels were very high whereas my AMH levels were very low. This meant that I had a poor ovarian reserve which was creating problems. I also had my period's very irregularly since my teenage days. Apart from that, I was a patient of eating disorders for which I am still getting therapeutic help. Anyways, they suggested I go for IUI. I did and it failed I then went for more cycles of it and all of them failed. Now I am being suggested IVF however, I have read so many people say that it usually disappoints patients with poor ovarian reserves.
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Hi there beautiful! I and my husband have been trying for 4 years, we got pregnant 4 times naturally but after taking eggs stimulation control two of the pregnancies were twin pregnancies, sadly the first two pregnancies ended up with miscarriages at 8,9 weeks. The third pregnancy was a healthy pregnancy with twins a boy and a girl! but sadly at 24 weeks my wife had an early delivery despite the babies were healthy but it was TOO RISKY to them to be born this early. the boy died after one day and his sister followed him and passed away after 11 days. that was really painful, then after 3 months we got pregnant for the fourth time with the second set of twins we also heard the heartbeats sadly the pregnancy was a missed miscarriage for both babies, the heartbeats stop and she had a miscarriage at 8 weeks. Now our doctor advised us to do IVF with PGD to avoid miscarriages, it was really a tough decision to make. Your video really brought joy and hope to us, thank you for making this wonderful video to courage people out there who are struggling with the same situation thank you for giving us hope by sharing your story and experience. we're so so so happy for you and ur husband, wishing you all love, joy, success, and happiness in your life. bless your kids and your family, Amen.
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Dear Monika, your infertility is your tough time. Like many infertile women, the major cause of the infertility is the Poor ovarian reserve, This affects the quality of the eggs. As the quality of the eggs drops it becomes difficult to conceive. The doctor's suggestion of going for IVF is quite genuine. In IVF As the suggested IVF as in IVF, the presence or absence of eggs means not much. I wish you good luck on your IVF.
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Hey there. How are you doing? I hope you are doing great. I am really sorry to hear about your infertility issue. I know it must be really hard. I have been on this road before. It's really a harsh one. It's great that you help people. you seem to be a very strong woman. It's great that you haven't given up. Positivity is all you need. Surrogacy is a great option. You could go for it. I have had surrogacy too. It really helped me. I wish more people chose it. It has a very high success rate too. I hope it helps. Wishing you good luck. take care.
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Hi there Monika! I'm very sorry for your situation, dear. Your life is really tough. I hope I could do something to help you. Pondering over your story, I ain't sure that your IVF would be successful. Why don't you go for surrogacy? It is the most trending method nowadays. You won't be disappointed either. Think about it. Best of Luck!
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Hi. Dear, I am so sorry for your problems. Fertility issues are so bad. They are so difficult to deal with. I hope you have your husband's support. That is vital to your betterment. Being infertile, I became very insecure. My self-esteem dropped. My husband's love and support got me going through it all. Otherwise, I would have given up on everything. And well, there's not much you can do to improve ovarian reserve. Women are unlucky in this case. They cannot produce new eggs. Your only bet is either IVF or surrogacy. Since you do not have any other issues, I think IVF is good. But also see surrogacy because IVF can still have risks of loss.
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I am sorry to hear about your struggle. I understand how it can be frustrating at times. Now I think IVF will work for you. You should give it a try. I mean obviously, you'd love to carry your baby? For that, you have to give it a shot. If it doesn't work. Then you can consider Surrogacy as a last resort.
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Hey. I know it would be so hurting for you. Dont worry. Everything will be fine. IUI and IVF are indeed great procedures. But sometimes for some people it is not a good procedure. I am not in favour of these procedures because these are painful procedures. Just because of this I went for surrogacy. I was infertile which made me to go for surrogacy. I am a happy mother now.
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Hello. I know it would be so hard for you. Dont stress. There is no reason to worry. IUI and IVF are in fact awesome methodology. Be that as it may, now and again for a few people it's anything but a decent methodology. I am not for this methodology on the grounds that these are agonizing techniques. Because of this, I went for surrogacy. I was infertile which made me go for surrogacy. I am a glad mother now.
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Hey Monika. Sorry to hear about your situation. Why don't you opt for surrogacy? Wouldn't it be a safer option for you? I personally think it's a great option. Hopefully, whatever you go with, helps you get a baby. Good luck!
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Hey, everyone, I am Monika. I hope you all are doing well. I joined this forum a few days back. I have been reading various stories. I have also tried to help people with the information I have learned so far during my TTC journey. When I got married I really wanted to conceive straight away. We started TTC, however, nothing was really happening. It was a really frustrating moment for me as I wasn't expecting things to be like that. I then reached out for help. The doctors did my tests and found out that my FSH levels were very high whereas my AMH levels were very low. This meant that I had a poor ovarian reserve which was creating problems. I also had my period's very irregularly since my teenage days. Apart from that, I was a patient of eating disorders for which I am still getting therapeutic help. Anyways, they suggested I go for IUI. I did and it failed I then went for more cycles of it and all of them failed. Now I am being suggested IVF however, I have read so many people say that it usually disappoints patients with poor ovarian reserves.
Awww Dear! I'm extremely sorry for your losses. So, yeah! I'm also an IVF candidate. But, my attempts are first ones. So, yeah! But, you should really give IVF a try. As if your doctor recommends it. So, just stay strong! Keep going! things will work out. I was also tense like you. But, eventually, I'm going abroad for my treatment now. I've my IVF dates for July at a repro center in Ukraine. Anyway! Keep updating us. I hope you get success. x
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I feel sorry for you when I read your problem. Infertility is the most common problem in a woman now and it can be cured also with proof. I also faced the same problem and after some advice from friends went to Ukraine for treatment and now I am blessed with a baby girl. I will give you some tips you can follow. The path of infertility likely starts out with positivity. Mine did. During the first year of trying I was able to stay relatively positive, But after 2 years and 4 failed IUIs, on the brink of IVF, and with what seems like everyone and their sister getting pregnant, it becomes extremely hard to stay positive. And thatís ok. When I hear someone tell me that I need to stay positive it makes me feel like a weak person for experiencing negativity, which makes me feel worse. Try to be stress-free as much as possible as it can harm the child. Try to follow a good diet strictly. Hope my tips will help you in some w
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