Before giving up hope, we want to confirm whether or not it is possible to have our own child. I was young when I had the procedures done and did not think of the future possibility of finding a husbsnd who would want a child. I was trying to rid myself of the monthly pains. If IVF is possible, how does it work? Do I need a surrogate or can I carry the baby on my own? Lastly, where do I start to get the process underway?
I am 29 years old and in good health but my husband has a very low sperm count, although the ones he has are very good. We are looking at IVF but I am scared that since I am being medicated for epilepsy (Keppra 125 in the morning and 250mg at night) this may cause a problem when the time comes for the hormone injections. Can you please tell me if I will encounter problems with this?
Thank you so much in advance!
I'm a 39 yrs old mother of one child. I terminated one pregnancy, then had my tubes tied. I'm about to go through my 1st IVF cycle. Do I have to take all the meds if my only issue is that my tubes are blocked?
Hello, I am a 25-year-old healthy female. I had the Essure procedure done two years ago, but now I really want another baby. Is IVF the correct route for me to go? I also would like to know if it's possible to choose the gender?
I had a tubal ligation. I am just curious as to whether I should try a tubal reversal or just go with IVF? I am 28 years old. My tubal was performed almost 2 years ago and at that time, a portion of my tubes was removed.
My fiance and I have been trying for some time to become pregnant and nothing seems to work. I am 20 years old, and he is 29. We have been trying for 7.5 months. Should we keep trying or should we look into other options?