Hi this Anupa am trying to conceive for past 6 years i have thyroid and pcods ,body was responding to clomid also not reaching to the result what should i do i went for IUI's and 2 IVF's i am making grade A embryo but they not sustaining .What should i do now ?? Iam most luckyest women. Why they not choosing my wob ?? Am i that bad ?? I dn't hurt any one in my life. I am very unhappy for my fate..
I am so sorry for the journey that life has brought you on. but that being said, i am glad that you found us! all the ladies here are very helpful and tons of support. i would be lost without them ALL! a few of the ladies on here have experience with TTC with IUIs and IVFs. i would offer my suggestions, but i don't really have any. sorry. i just didn't wanna leave you hangin! don't blame yourself. i know, easier said than done. i hope someone gets back to you with some suggestions and more support than i can give!
Shana-29, Darrin-31, angel baby (fishie-14w5d) 10.10.09. Dx: MTHFR and FV Leiden. BFP 3.12.10 DD 11.16.10 Rx: Lovenox 40 mg (when pg), baby asprin, 1000 mcg folic acid... and PRAYERS!
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