HI, I am 35yrs old..we are trying to conceive since 4+ years now..I have done 2 IVF's..first one was in 2011 and my last IVF cycle was in March-April 2012..unfortunately both were unsuccessful..so, this time my RE has recommended hMG (human menopausal gonadotropin) protocol for me..our ins. limit has already exausted so, again we will be paying out of our pocket..
so, my question is since clock is ticking very fast should I start new cycle or if I start it what are my chances to conceive this time..I am so confused..please suggest!!!!
Your chances really should be discussed with your RE. If your having doubts or concerns you should share them with your RE. It really has to do with what factors are involved. If you don't get a good feeling from your RE try a second opinion at a different clinic. IVF is so expensive you got to feel and be 100% dedicated to it. I've just gone thru round 3 so I can relate to your dissapointment and financial issues. If you wanna talk feel free to message me. I will help you best I can.
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