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post #21 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-29-2018, 11:20 AM
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Hello! How are you and your friend? I hope you both are doing fine. So sad to hear about her experience. TTC and infertility are becoming a common problem nowadays. Many couples are facing these problems. I heard even many couples are deceived by fertility clinics too. Unfortunately, I am infertile. When my doctor suggested me to go for surrogacy it was one of the tough decision to make for me. I could not wait for having a baby. I and my husband planned for surrogacy and for that, I searched a lot. Weill, our process was very well carried by the best team that we chose. Thanks to that clinic. Tell your friend not to worry. It will all end soon. And she will have a baby. God bless all and may God solve your friend's problem. Good luck!
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Hey there Dear. How are you doing? I hope its all great. I am really sorry to hear about it. I know she must be in a lot of pain. It's really not easy to deal with infertility. It can affect your lives a lot. However, IVF is really a great thing. I think she should definitely give it a go. They should consult a specialist they can tell them better. Good luck to her and prayers too.
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Hello everybody! I need to ask about something. I have a close friend who's confronting an intense time TTC. Her significant other and she have been striving for right around 3 years with no good fortune. They're getting extremely disappointed. Having experienced surrogacy, I rushed to prescribe it, yet she supposes there are different methodologies she should investigate before hopping into this one. What might you all prescribe? They're not so much ready to go for sperm donors. But they're ready to hear it. Do you think in their circumstance, IVF could work? As somebody who ran with surrogacy, I beyond any doubt know how it feels not to have imagined my infant myself. I wish she can. Your suggestions, please.
Hello Jenn, How is your friend now? There are many alternatives available. My cousin was infertile too. She didn't want to go for surrogacy. We recommended her a clinic in Ukraine. They suggested her IVF. She was successful in the first attempt. Now she is pregnant. So your friend can also opt for IVF. Good wishes to her
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Hello. Good to hear from you. How have you been doing? This is a great forum. The best part is the people here are so nice and helpful to each other. They treat you like a family. I'm sorry that you can't have a baby by yourself. It's alright though. Giving birth to a child yourself isn't the only way to become a parent. Going for surrogacy is a wise decision. Start by looking for a good and reliable clinic. No matter what you do, check it's reviews out. It is a must. If you can, try to talk to their previous clients. You should know what kind of experience they had. Choosing a clinic is the most important yet the most difficult part. So don't take this lightly. I hope this was helpful.
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post #25 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-29-2018, 11:48 AM
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Hi, I'm sorry about your friend. I know she's going from so much. Infertility is easy for a woman. Woman suffers a lot during this period. I think that IVF is good if she thinks that she can go for it. If she is comfortable she should go for it. I think its success depends on the clinic. Well, I hope the best for her.
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I'm not a doctor, neither do I know what exactly her condition is. So I can't really say. She should take advice from her doctor though. Her doctor will be able to tell her what is best for her in this condition. She shouldn't just rush into things like that herself. I hope she finds the right treatment for herself. Good luck.
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post #27 of 29 (permalink) Old 12-12-2018, 09:26 AM
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I think it's a good decision to research all avenues. IVF is something that I personally trust. I had a great experience with that procedure. They should take this up with a professional. I went to a fertility clinic, where they told me my options. IVF had the best chance of working out. So, I chose it. Good luck to your friend. I hope her TTC journey is short and successful.
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post #28 of 29 (permalink) Old 12-16-2018, 06:18 AM
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I can understand her situation. I can't help her based on the information you've provided. Either way, I think it would be the best idea to visit a fertility clinic and get an appointment with them. They are professionals and they have experience regarding this. They can advise something that will stick. Good luck to her! I hope it happens. x
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