Just wondering if anyone knows what the normal range is for thyroid levels for ivf? . The nhs tested my thyroid level before I started my first round of ICIS last year. They said it was normal.
Fast forward to my current situation. I’ve had 4 transfers in total of 4 good grade blastocysts, all from the same batch.
One fresh last year and 3 frozen this year. From that 4 I’ve had a mmc, a chemical and 2 have failed to implant. The Nhs said I still have a good chance with the embryos I have left. Although it’s hard to believe I have considering what I’ve been through so far.
How many of you have had success & failure from the same batch of embryos?
I recently went to a private clinic to see what they thought about doing another fresh round now and leaving my Frosties put for the mean while. The private clinic said firstly that it is so unlucky that so far i have not managed to have a baby from the 4 transfers. As my eggs were collected at 35 years old usually half of them are like to be abnormal and so most likely reason for implantation failure is embryo quality. However the private clinic recommended I have a few blood tests for thyroid, sticky blood and lupus and some auto immune thing. When I said my thyroid level was normal at 3 the private clinic said they like the thyroid to be optimal at 2.5.
Just curious has anyone had a thyroid level at 3 and had implantation issues and then lowered it to 2.5 and had success?
My husband thinks they are clutching at straws and if this really mattered then the Nhs would sort it and would say my result was not normal at 3. I had my thyroid rechecked this summer along with the sticky blood and vitamin d and the Nhs said they’ve all come back normal. Although they haven’t said what the thyroid level is. Just trying to work out of its worth adjusting anything before I go for another transfer, next year now?
Thank in advance xxx