Infertility Story


#41

Hi, Roxie1513!
I had an ovarian cyst deliting surgery (2007) and 3 miscarragies. Last month had 5th bfn after IVF+DE and now absolutely devastated, absolutely exhausted. I couldn’t talk to anybody during last few weeks. Only few days ago came back to my job. I thought that I would be able to move to surrogacy if nothingwork out but now, I understand that I need a break. And I am not even sure that I will…
BTC a great clinic buy can’t give me time for thinking it over. I need to decide in a short time if I want to continue. Don’t know what to do…
Sorry, just wanted to support you but bothering you with my failure((
How are you? How is your journey going on? Did you decide to go for surrogacy with btc or some other clinic? Have you already heard about their innovation?


#42

I’m sorry to hear you’re feeling like this…God love you poor thing, He’s got his plan for you.
Look, I’ve shared this on other threads, but thought this might be helpful for you.~
BioTexCom Center for Human Reproduction offers patients who are above 40 and for those, who suffer from low levels of AMH, an innovative program that makes it possible to get pregnant with their own eggs. The donation of mitochondria is an innovation and a breakthrough in the field of ART and the fertility treatment. This program gives women, who underwent numerous unsuccessful IVF cycles, aged 40+, (patients with low mitochondrial functional activity), an excellent chance to give birth to a child who shares a genetic relationship with her and her partner. How is this possible?
Mitochondrion is one of the most important components of any living cell, including the egg. In simple words, mitochondrion is the cell’s energy station. Essentially, its work consists in supplying the cell with vital energy for its normal functioning.
Women that went through multiple unsuccessful IVF attempts, as well as of older reproductive age, need to restore oocyte mitochondria in order to successfully become pregnant. A woman can become pregnant only if there are functionally active mitochondria in her oocytes. Donation of mitochondria will allow thousands of hopeless women to give birth to a healthy child through IVF using mitochondrial donation.
To carry out such a procedure, an egg donor with a high functional activity of mitochondria (a blastocyst production rate of 70% or more), a patient (willing to get pregnant), and sperm for in vitro fertilization are required. Healthy functionally active mitochondria are taken from a donor’s oocyte and integrated with the patient’s cells. Next, fertilization with sperm and transfer of a healthy embryo into the patient’s uterus is performed.
Mitochondria donation is a unique assistive reproductive technology, which is basically the implantation of a healthy and functionally active donor mitochondria into the cells of an infertile patient, that provides the patient’s cell with the necessary energy and contributes to successful pregnancy.
I did google for more info on the point. ad what I read completely differed!! The point is that other clinics offer the similar procedure, BUT they take out the core from the donor’s egg and place it back to the patient’s egg. This cell core has the hugest impact on the future baby’s DNA.
At Bio tex com clinic they transfer mitochondria only! And those do not influence the DNA at all. This means you get genetically related to YOU baby!! even though you use donor’s help.
I hope my message will help you in a way.
Wishing you quick recovery and all the best with your further steps. Hugs.


#43

Thank you for your kind words.
I’ve read somewhere on the internet quite an interesting piece of info concerning blocked Fallopian tubes and their role in fertility. I was shocked how complicated the issue might be! From what I’ve read, Fallopian tubes can be damaged in many different ways. If the furthest end of the tube is blocked, then the tube cannot pick up an ovulated egg. This may also cause the tube to collect fluid and dilate, creating what is known as a hydrosalpinx. It is important to know if your blocked tubes created a hydrosalpinx, because the fluid that collects inside can decrease your chance of successful pregnancy with IVF by about 50%. If your doctor finds a hydrosalpinx, they may recommend that you have the tube removed or blocked using a surgical procedure, so that the fluid from the hydrosalpinx does not communicate with the uterus. Damaged fallopian tubes may sometimes be partially open. This can increase your risk of an ectopic pregnancy, or a pregnancy that implants outside the uterus. The fallopian tube is the most common place for an ectopic pregnancy to grow. An ectopic pregnancies can be dangerous if it grows large enough to cause heavy bleeding, and so in almost all cases it should be removed using surgery or medication.
Ladies often write about their low AMH levels when it comes to fertility. But this issue becomes really not too serious with the innovative method the clinic we’ve been with offers now. - Donation of mitochondria. (I’ve already posted a lot about this method. You may have a look at https://biotexcom.com/a-unique-method-to-get-pregnant-in-your-40s-with-your-own-eggs/ for details). What I wanna say is that there are so many reasons we should take into account when facing fertility issues. Only professionals can help with those!! We had done a lot of research before went to Bio Tex Com for treatments. I don’t regret a thing staying with them. Guys know the field. they invest a lot in continuous researches to improve their treatment plans. Besides everyone can find the package which suits him. Worthy choice!