Infertility Journey

March 2010 
First visit to RE.

May 2011 
Start IVF cycle #1

June 2011 
IVF cycle #1 is cancelled due to poor response.

July/August 2011 
Start IVF cycle #2
10 eggs retrieved, 8 mature, all 8 fertilize
Transfer two embryos
BFN

September 2011 
Frozen Embryo Transfer #1
Transfer two embryos
BFN

November/December 2011
Frozen Embryo Transfer #2
Transfer two embryos
BFP - Beta 43, second beta 41
Chemical pregnancy

February/March 2012 
Frozen Embryo Transfer #3
Change clinics and ship embryos to new clinic
Last two frozen embryos lost in shipping

September 2012 
FSH is high at 17
AFC is low at 4
After much discussion, it's decided that delaying IVF cycle #3 and instead repairing my tubes is the best course of action

November 1st 2012
Surgery to repair my tubes

December 2012 - Present
Cycle Naturally and see what happens...this could be interesting

January 2013
Chemical pregnancy #2. A year to the month since my first chemical pregnancy

February 2013
Chemical pregnancy #3

November 2013
HSG shows both tubes are open

December 2013
Decide to move onto IUI in the new year

January 2014
3rd - take HPT and faint, faint line appears
4th - another line
5th - another line
6th - Pregnant on a digital, first beta of 34 at 10 dpo
9th - second beta of 200 at 13 dpo
14th - third beta of 2,318
15th - first ultrasound shows sac in uterus
20th - see yolk sac
30th - Baby measures perfectly with a heartrate of 125

February 2014
4th - fourth ultrasound, baby measures 7 weeks 5 days
13th - fifth ultrasoubnd, baby measures 9 weeks 0 days
25th - first appointment with OB - Due date is September 18th, 2014







Comments

  1. WOW, I CANNOT believe they lost your 2 frozen embryos while shipping them to your new clinic! Incompetence at its best (or is it worst?). Makes my blood boil.

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  2. I could cry over your lost embryos. Seriously! Not cool!

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  3. I can't believe they lost your embies!! That is atrocious I am sorry.

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  5. Oh holy jeezum I can't believe your embryos were lost in transit. That is horrific. Was there any consequence to the shipping company? I am so sorry for that devastating loss. And the chemical pregnancies as well, which are further devastating losses. Good luck to you on this incredibly difficult journey!

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  6. Wow they lost your embryos, just speechless on that one for sure. I am so sorry for that terrible loss and the chemicals as well. Wishing you the best of luck and I'm looking forward to following your journey.

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  7. Hey--congratulations! I missed this new development... I am excited for you and will be thinking of you as you grow that baby!

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