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Ivf/ icsi Need help

Hi ladies . I am started a new cycle of ivf/ icsi. My last cycle was failed in jun 2018. In that cyle i dr get 4 mature eggs All fertilized they transfer 2 embyro on day 3 . Both are good quailty one is 8 cells and other is 10 cells . But i didn't get pregnant . Now my new cycle is started my first cycle i did in Spain . Now i am doing in Portugal . Please please advise me what should i do to get pregnant in this cycle . my amh is low and my husband have low sperm count . please please help me . This is very very stressful .i hope u can understand . Thanks in advanced

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So so sorry to hear that you had a failed cycle in June.

I don't know what is best to advise but your new clinic will have a look at your history and discuss what they think will give you the best chance.

Good luck. Xx

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Thanks dear for reply

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All the best for your next round. We did ICSI too and it failed but we are hopeful for next time, hope you can feel less stressed soon. It is hard i know xx

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Thanks dear for reply All the best to you also for the next

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My first round of icsi failed as well, I think actually if I was to do it all again I would freeze all rather than a fresh transfer, I just wasn't really ready for the transfer once it happened,was drained mentally and physically,and I will definitely be taking time off work for the 2ww xo

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I agree with this I had them all frozen after as I was in a bad way and also I wish I had taken more time off for the 2ww. Going back after 2 days was too soon! Looking after you is a top priority.

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Definitely 🙂for our frozen transfer I'm going to ask Dr for sick line for 2/3 weeks, this has to be the priority,work will always be there,we only get so many goes at this, ivf has really changed my perspective on things, in a good way ☺xo

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Yes you are absolutely right but its difficult to convince our heart for more wait Because ivf is last option And a lots of hopes

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It's very hard to do but it is really important that you think positively and try to reduce stress. Your new clinic should advise on the medical side, all you can do is keep yourself healthy and calm. Stay hydrated, get lots of sleep, eat healthily and try some relaxation like meditation or yoga. Wishing you lots of luck xx

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Thanks dear sarah. S

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