I'm from Ontario, Canada. I'm 40 and have been TTC for 2 years. We saw a fertility specialist and had all the tests done and found out we have unexplained infertility. We have tried three IUI cycles with Femara and injectable Gonal F with no BFP. We have now started
[More] our IVF journey and hoping we are successful. Our first IVF we had 4 eggs but none fertilized so transfer was cancelled. 2nd IVF, only 2 eggs but both fertilized and now BFP!!! Our little girl Chloe was born on Dec 30th 2011 at 4 lbs 13 oz. early at 36 weeks! Tiny but feisty!
Was just reading your journey and it sounds a lot like mine, i did 3 IUIs with femara and gonal f no BFP, ,then did ivf only got 5 embies, first transfer did not work, but frozen transfer we got our first BFP, We have 1 frozen embryo left and we plan on donating it. its nice to see another mh lady from canada, i live 2 hrs from toronto what about you? Congrats on you finally having your dreams com true with Chloe, i just had Jack hes 7wks now :)
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