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chance to conceive

PostPosted: 05 Sep 2011, 12:21
by Patricia
Hi,
I am infertile, I do not know the medical ways of getting pregnant, share some experience with me plz)

Re: chance to conceive

PostPosted: 05 Sep 2011, 19:03
by stellina61
Hi Patricia,
I'm infertile too. How old are you? Now I'm making surrogacy and my surrogate mother is expecting my baby but before this, I tried to have a baby through inseminations and ovodonation! If you need some information pls ask me!

Re: chance to conceive

PostPosted: 23 Sep 2011, 15:59
by Caitlin
everybody has a chance to become a mom, you know, lately I have been thinking that even a men can become a "mom" 'cause the technologies do not stop evolving!

Re: chance to conceive

PostPosted: 27 Sep 2011, 16:07
by Kathy
I never believed in technologies, but now I do because if believing in nature only, no wonder can occur

Re: chance to conceive

PostPosted: 21 Oct 2011, 16:52
by Mandy
If not for technologies many people would nor experience such a happiness as having a child.

Re: chance to conceive

PostPosted: 26 Jan 2015, 17:22
by Agnes
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!!!

Re: chance to conceive

PostPosted: 21 Nov 2015, 16:44
by Angela
We took IVF procedure in the clinic. Almost in a month we’ll have a baby.
I wanna share the story. It’s about my younger sister.
When she and her husband got married they decided not to have children for some time. A few years earlier he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. He received chemotherapy. Ted was offered sperm banking, but he thought he was too young and didn’t need to worry about it. Some time later they gave a birth to a wonderful baby son. When he was 2 years old my sister wanted another baby. This time they actively tried for pregnancy without success…
These days they are going to take ovarian stimulation treatment in the clinic. If it won’t help they are ready for intrauterine insemination. I’m praying for them. They are very loving and caring parents. It would be great for me to have one more nephew or a niece :D ;)

Re: chance to conceive

PostPosted: 21 Nov 2015, 16:48
by Mirela
Hi, Angela! It’s rather a paradoxical thing that people who dream about having a child have to face such problems. Why not simply be happy with having one, two, three or more children!? I can’t understand why it happens so. I’m pleased for your couple very much. We’re praying for your sister. All in all she’s in the hands of professionals.
Please keep us updated.
Good luck!

Re: chance to conceive

PostPosted: 14 Jul 2017, 15:54
by PUPO
each third couple fights with infertility. it is sad but there are some ways. i want twins ;) can our surrogate mother have twins? it is known that with the number of embryos transferred fertility increases. we are on the package of surrogacy. however, my parents do not like this idea, they told me to adopt a child. but it is worse you have to waiting it and the kid can be older than you've expected. so, i'll do my best

Re: chance to conceive

PostPosted: 04 Apr 2019, 15:50
by Elizabeth
Trying to conceive is always a roller coaster! Have you taken a test as of yet? While it IS a little downer when we get a negative, you MAY get a positive and if not, you get another chance to try again very soon!
Do you work with a doctor to help you? How often do you get a period? I had low thyroid and didn't take medication for it. I got my period every 3 to 4 months and it was not regular as to anything to track for conceiving. That would be hard to get pregnant (but not impossible). And PCOS, do you take metformin or anything?Again, how regular are your periods? My slow thyroid did get better kind of out of nowhere on its own which helped and my period got semi normal and at least I had one every 30 days or so.
Do you take your temperature every morning to track it? Here are some getting pregnant tips . . . start tracking your cycle. First day of period is cycle day one. Count from there and then on cycle day 10, start having sex every other day for the next 10 days (or longer if your cycle is longer than usual as yours has been). Every other day is important for sperm and this timing usually will catch an egg. Also, taking temperature is highly recommended. Take it every morning very first thing before you get out of bed and chart it. You will then be able to tell exactly on what day you are ovulating as your temperature raises 1 degree once you have ovulated and stays high until you start your period and then it lowers back down a degree (unless you are pregnant and then it stays high. It takes most couples a year to conceive so don't get discouraged!
Then as for the opks using. You are supposed to test in the afternoon instead of in the morning like a pg test. I heard to start testing at cd10 once a day and at around cd12 to start testing twice a day. It's what I was doing. Most opks say that once you get a positive you will ovulate in 12-48 hours it should say on the box.
In my opinion, one should better try those first before looking for med help.