Has anyone heard of (or had success with) Mini IVF or Natural IVF? I just read about these today and found it very interesting. They don't stimulate you quite as much as the conventional IVF. For good responders, it sounds very promising. In theory, less stimulation causes the body to produce better quality success, and they are able to use local anesthesia for the egg retreival. That sounds a little scary. But the idea is that there's not as much bleeding and such because there's fewer eggs. Google it ~ or check out this site. And please share your thoughts on this subject~
Ouch the thought of paying $5,000 hurts! But not near as bad as $10,000. Part of me thinks I should stay here locally in Alabama b/c my dr. charges between 6-9 for IVF. But i sure hope his ivf success is better than his iui success rates b/c we've done 3 iui's in 4 months with him with no luck. I think it's worth a shot. Now, all i have to do is work on my dh... yea right
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