* Author Topic: thinking of switching from ivf to timed with injectables  (Read 577 times)

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Offline anna the third

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the only thing they can find is egg quality - ie perfectly formed blasts aren't implanting and it isn't due to eg clotting or uterine issues. hence egg quality.

if this is correct, then i am asking myself, what exactly is ivf doing for me? should i not be trying to naturally with injectables to increase chances?

(before anyone says "ivf chances are eg 30% and natural would be eg 15% per cycle", the fact that ivf chances are generically x % is irrelevant if i need it to fix something it can't do. My chance becomes 0%) 

i'd be interested to hear your views and in particular any success stories on this route?

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