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Offline lily17

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Re: More good news for Dr Olga
« Reply #100 on: 11/12/10, 20:24 »
Hi Missy Moo


Oh I understand your nervousness at going to Russia, it is not the easiest place to visit, yes Spain is much more straight forward.
I hope you have a positive expereince


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    Re: More good news for Dr Olga
    « Reply #101 on: 12/12/10, 07:39 »
    Psy, what meds do you take and how long for?

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    Re: More good news for Dr Olga
    « Reply #102 on: 12/12/10, 22:19 »
    Hi
     
    Currently taking 3 progynova per day and 2 x crinone gel, plus the folic acid and vitamin supplements. That's all. Crinone gel until 20 weeks and Progynova until 12 ish
     
    How are you feeling?
     
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    Re: More good news for Dr Olga
    « Reply #103 on: 16/12/10, 08:36 »
    Hi Psy


    Me feeling ok- no real symptoms just yet!
     I am 5 weeks today!
    Having scan on 30th Dec.
    LilyX

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    Re: More good news for Dr Olga
    « Reply #104 on: 2/01/11, 13:18 »
    Im afraid its all over for me :'(  I had miscarriage on 28th Dec at 6 weeks 4 days :'(
    I have no idea why this has happened, its the 2nd miscarriage after DE from Dr Olga's clinic  :(
    It cant be a genetic issue as both times it has been different donors, so something is going wrong once I am pregnant, maybe my hormone treatment or something in my blood or something, its very sad.
     I feel pretty upset and exausted with trying to have a baby.
    I have  had 5 cycles of DEIVF and been pregnant 3 times and in each time I have miscarried :(
    I need to find some answers before I continue anymore. To be honest Im on the point of giving up, my husband cannot face the rest of his life without a genetic child of his own, so we will have to maybe pursue surrogacy :-\
    I have e-mailed Dr Olga, who I have nothing but praise for, and I will see what she concludes. I also have an appointment at a nearby fertility doc she get his opinion.
    I just dont know why there seems to be a problem, maybe its just 'bad luck' but it doesnt seem very likey.
    hope things are ok with you
    Lily X

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    Re: More good news for Dr Olga
    « Reply #105 on: 12/01/11, 20:51 »
    I am sooo sorry to hear your bad news Lily ^hugme^.  I hope you do find some answers soon. You must be devastated.  :(
    What about embryo donation?  Have you considered this?  Some people call it a double donation I think.  I think if we do not have any success with my DP sperms I will consider this as an option. I hope you get some answers from you fertility specialist and from Dr Olga soon.

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    Re: More good news for Dr Olga
    « Reply #106 on: 22/01/11, 13:44 »
    Hi Lily
     
    How are you, any news of all the test results yet. Did Dr Olga come up with anything useful to help you with your next step of the journey. All is well with us. had my 12 wk scan yesterday (at 15 weeks because of an administrative error) and all was well with the twins. Both still there, two heartbeats, two placentas and bang on for growth with dates. No concerns. Same admin error means that I was too late for a nuchal test and can't have the triple test because its twins and the first consultant appointment won't be for another three weeks. All very annoying and I expressed my irritation to them yesterday and all they said was that they were all apologetic. Government guidelines have also introduced a new questionnaire to rule out those at high risk from DVT. The cut off is a score of 3 and I scored 3.5, I have been told that I have to take clexane injections for the rest of the pregnancy to reduce the risk. Had a long chat with my very sensible GP who said that 6 months ago they weren't doing this and that it was up to me. I said no and have now been referred to a consultant heamotologist to discuss further. They have put peanuts back on the list of things that can be eaten but have now said that you shouldn't eat anything over the counter (meat/cheese and fish) and only have prepackaged stuff. Think the world has gone mad.
     
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    Re: More good news for Dr Olga
    « Reply #107 on: 22/01/11, 16:06 »
    Hi Psy


    Oh Im so delighted for you!
    Yep- world gone mad, I cant believe how you've been missed for those appointments and tests not good enough is it?
    OMG! I wouldnt have Clexane as I definitely had a bad reaction to it when I took it. Yes youre right, some time ago guidleines were different, I just wouldnt mess around with my blood clotting...you could bleed to death after giving birth eeeek!!
    Well I have decided to look at surrogacy, I have been researching it for weeks now, and Im chatting to a couple of potential surrogates,  Dr Olga has said she would treat the surrogate and me if I wanted  ( OMG we could end up with 4!!!)
     I have had tests and go back for results on 4th Feb. Hubby has had DNA analysis ( karyotyping) and I have been tested for immune issues and thyroid probs.
    If they come back clear UK consultant has suggested I have a hysterscopy ( camera in uterus) to have a look around and check for any scarring or unobvious fibroids etc that may be causing miscarriages.
    It was very interesting what you said in your message- certainly gave my DH and I some food for thought. UK consultant said it could just be 'bad luck' as not all embryos are good unless tested ( you know this!)....
    so we shall see
    will keep you informed
    Lily xx




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    Re: Succesfull treatment at AVA Peter Russia
    « Reply #108 on: 16/03/11, 16:22 »
    Hi all,
    I just wanted to join this thread. I am looking into going to AVA St. Petersburg for DE IVF. I am having trouble getting hold of them though. I have emailed them, but have not had a response in 2 days. Is it better to phone them are they just very busy, does anyone know?

    I was all set to go to Cyprus, but circumstances have led me to change my mind.

    Any help would be appreciated and good luck to everyone trying! :)

    SuziDee

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    Re: Succesfull treatment at AVA Peter Russia
    « Reply #109 on: 26/03/11, 15:57 »
    Hi Suzi

    sorry you've had no replies, I hope by now you have heard from AVA peter, they do get very good results and they are very efficient at treatment, but yes sometimes contact can be a little slow- its just that they are very popular with Russia itself and the nearby countries like Finland and Germany go there too.
    I have been treated by Dr Olga Zaysteff, she is very good.
    I can only give it my highest recommendation!

    Thanks!

    Lily x