chance to conceive

Re: chance to conceive

Postby Melanie on 23 May 2019, 15:10

Agnes wrote:Hello girls!!! You know, I have infertility problems too. I can not bare a child myself. When I got to know about this my world was almost ruined. I could not believe this. Actually my husband supported me. We started to find some ways to become parents. We had only 2 options: adoption and surrogacy. After visiting an orphanage I understood that adoption is not for me. I saw all those children and I wanted to help them all :( I clearly understood that I could not :roll: Moreover I was not able to know about genetics of those children and so on... So we decided to try surrogacy. Modern medicine is highly developed. And the child would be genetically related to my husband. Unfortunately my eggs are of bad quality. The doctor said that they can not be used. In case the eggs are of good quality, they are used. So the child would be genetically related to both parents. This is the most important reason for the couples who use surrogacy. So the surrogacy is the best variant for the couples who are not able to have their own child in a natural way... Don`t be afraid to change your life!!!

People change as they get older, and what they want in a partner changes too. They realise that relationships, like all things in life, are a series of highs and lows and compromises. They acknowledge that they are just a flawed person with character faults, poor behavioural traits and many issues to deal with - and so is everyone else out there. This growing acknowledgment of themselves and others means they stop looking for unattainable perfection, and start looking for someone who complements them (complements as in fits well with them, not compliments as in says nice things to them!). Furthermore, as age descends, physical attraction necessarily changes. The toned physique and shapeliness of our youthful bodies becomes an ever-distant memory. Lust certainly still remains, but love grows far deeper than that with maturity. You begin to lust for a personality in tune with your own, someone who you enjoy spending time talking with as much as looking at. Far, far from 'settling', it's maturing and accepting and deepening and changing. And never underestimate how easy it is to love someone who, whatever else their faults may be, scrubs the shitmarks off the toilet...Sorry to hear that you ahd to face fertility treatment as I remember how hard it is to find the assisted conception that is the only way to have your much loved family.
Melanie
 
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Re: chance to conceive

Postby Melanie on 23 May 2019, 15:13

Hi there. As I've told before, fertility is a two-way thing. And for this reason couples are recommended to visit a fertility specialist in order to have their fertility checked at the same time if pregnancy has not occurred after 12 months trying to conceive without luck. In women over 36, this time period is reduced to 6 months. For female infertility to be diagnosed, the fertility specialist will first interview the patient, and then run some basic tests:
Hormonal tests. These are used to ckeck the patient's sex hormones. as well as other hormones that play a role in the menstrual cycle.
Gynecological tests. To evaluate the anatomy of the uterus and if the ovaries are working properly.
HSG to check tubal patency.
Chromosome testing (karyotyping). To dismiss the possibility for a chromosomal alteration to be present.
Further your fertility expert decided on the most suitable treatment plan for you. This may be IVF, ICSI, IUI, mitochondria donation, surrogacy etc.
Melanie
 
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