I have damaged fallopian tubes

I have damaged fallopian tubes

Postby Annete on 25 Nov 2015, 15:19

Hello! I’m Annette, I’m 40 years old.
A few years ago I faced pelvic surgery. It caused damage to my fallopian tubes.
You know, the fallopian tubes are the tubes along which an egg travels from the ovary to the womb. As the egg travels down the fallopian tubes it is fertilized. When it reaches the womb, it is implanted into the womb’s lining. It continues to grow there.
If the fallopian tubes are damaged, it is very difficult to conceive naturally. I know about it from my own experience. We have been trying for a baby for a year already, but cannot conceive. Hope dies last. And we thought earlier that the diagnosis wasn’t so bad and we could create miracles. But the miracle didn’t happen… :(
Sometimes I blame myself for loosing precious time. From the other point we should consider all possible procedures for us and make a decision. :?:
Annete
 
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Re: I have damaged fallopian tubes

Postby Angela on 25 Nov 2015, 15:36

Dear, Annete! I’m sure you should think of IVF seriously. From your explanation it’s clear that the problem is in your fallopian tubes, but not in the eggs themselves. And this really boosts your chances to achieve pregnancy. It’s of no use to take donor’s eggs, so it rather simplifies the task. Everything will be ok. ;) Just consult the right specialists!
Angela
 
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Re: I have damaged fallopian tubes

Postby Annete on 25 Nov 2015, 15:44

Hi, Angela! I liked the idea of IVF. Even more we’re studying the information concerning the procedure. Please, tell us more about your situation. It seems like you know a lot of useful things about IVF from your own experience. What was the reason for you to get through it, if it’s so? Have you got any results? We really wanna know more. :roll:
Annete
 
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Re: I have damaged fallopian tubes

Postby Angela on 25 Nov 2015, 15:49

No problem. Of course, I’ll tell you about the details you’re interested in. It will be pleasant for me to help you somehow.
I’m in my mid 40-s. You know, not very young. Having children in a natural way for me became impossible because of my premature menopause. My husband and I had to look for the way out. We visited several clinics for human reproduction and found the most appropriate one for us in Ukraine. It was biotexcom.
The clinic met all our requirements and we decided to start the procedure of IVF there. I liked the way of donor’s selection. Except her medical and psychological states they offered the most attractive one for our profile expectations.
We’re going to have a daughter in a month. :D :D :D She is our reward :!:
But in your case the procedure seems to be much easier ;) :geek:
Angela
 
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Re: I have damaged fallopian tubes

Postby Annete on 25 Nov 2015, 15:55

Thanks a lot, Angela. Maybe you’ve also got acquainted with someone who passed the same procedure or whatever? When we were passing the diagnostics one day, we ran into the friend of mine. They also told us about biotexcom. I don’t know for sure, but they were likely to choose the procedure of egg donation there. Have you met anyone in the clinic? Maybe you can recommend some particular doctor? :?
Annete
 
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Re: I have damaged fallopian tubes

Postby Angela on 25 Nov 2015, 15:59

No particular doctors. The staff knows its business. :!: I am absolutely satisfied with everything they do. Even more, they take your problem for theirs. They assist and support you during all length of the programme. The only con is that they have many couples, and it’s not always possible to get the advice or answer right immediately.
As for the people, who also started IVF. I was writing to Mirela some time earlier. She has the same diagnosis as I. that time her husband and she were considering several variants. If I’m not mistaken they’ve chosen IVF in biotexcom.
Angela
 
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Re: I have damaged fallopian tubes

Postby Sima on 25 Nov 2015, 22:46

Dear Annete!
We had almost the same disease. In our case those were blocked fallopian tubes. Previously I had had pelvic inflammatory disease, that’s why my tubes couldn’t function appropriately. We visited different institutions.
There my husband and I were thoroughly diagnosed. But we couldn’t achieve the result. Then we came to biotexcom.
We both appreciated the staff’s efforts to help us. And it was not only medical help and choice of treatment but also psychological help. That was the clinic we were sure to be heard and helped each time it was necessary.
Also we had enough time to get acquainted with the country itself. We’ll tell our sweety about it later ;)
I can say for sure, people have far more complicated diagnosis than yours. :!: With the help of specialists you’ll undoubtedly cope with it. Wish your couple good luck!
Sima
 
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