Infertility Support Group

In vitro fertilization is one of the most common and utilized ways of treating conception problems. This support group is dedicated to those beginning their journey with IVF and needing support. Join the community and share your experiences, advice, and story with people going through similar challenges starting a family.

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  • claudia08

    Need Answers & Support

    Hello, I have been living the past two weeks in complete hell to be honest. I have two more weeks to go until I see my doctor for the first time and last night I hit a breaking point where I need to try to get support and possible questions answered. Here is my story:I had to go to the ER last October because of stomach issues and they did an internal ultrasound to check on my female parts. After...
  • I am 25. I have endometriosis and PCOS. I was told that I would have to be on fertility drugs to become pregnant. Me and my boyfriend have been together for almost 3 years. We never used any sort of protection and I was convinced I could just never have kids. By sheer accident I found this medicine Fuyan pill and I started following to take it as the doctor advise. 2 months later, I got tested...
  • helplesshusband


    My wife and I have been dealing with unexplained infertility for over four years now. We just did our second round of iui without success. Her Hsg was completely normal and there has been no sign of endo or pcos All of my counts are all normal. There is no fertility clinic in our area so we have been using our normal OB who has experience and success with infertility treatments. When we did this...
  • kikilynne

    When life sucks...

    So, I am at my wits end, feeling defeated. We have been trying to naturally conceive for 4.5 years. I have known that we need to go see a specialist for a few years, but to be honest, I'm terrified of what the dr will history: all the women in my immediate family have been able to conceive naturally. 2 of my sisters even had twins, one sister had 2 sets of twins. Also, I have this...
  • arabella52


    i have recently just been informed I have Chlaymidia, if my partner is truthful it has gone undected for more than 3 years, having spoken to my doctor today I asked about Pelvic inflamtory disease, i detailed how now i know i have this that im certain i have had symptoms (unreal stomach pains/cramps/back pain) although because these symptoms went away in early 2014 she says it'll be 'fine'.Really...
  • Hydrosalpinx is classified as a mechanical condition that occurs when adhesions (internal scars) form to narrow or close the far end of the fallopian tube. The adhesions may first form to combat an infection. Once the infection has passed, the adhesions, which are no longer required after healing, remain in the body and block the far end of the tube. For patients with hydrosalpinx, many of them...
  • Wormster

    Rolling the dice

    My husband and I just went through our first round of IVF. It went better than I'd hoped: we got all the way to chemical preganancy for the first time ever with just one blastocyst transferred, and we've got two on ice. (It was pretty sucky, though, when we found out Baller had died.)Now we're looking at whether to do an FET or another round of stimulation. We'd really like to have two kids...
  • Hello,I am just starting my journey with deciding which route to take. Although, I have known about my infirtility for 15 years, my husband and I are just getting to the point where we have saved enough money to take the next step. I am looking for information in the South Florida area. I have been told by my Resolve support group that I should have Reproductive Diagnostic Testing done before...
  • tzila


    Hello, I'm pretty new in this groupI'm desperateMy husband and I have been seven years trying to get pregnant.Seven years is very long ...I stopped counting how many ivf treatments i do i was diagnosed as unicornuate uterusim so sad, My little sister gave birth to their third child now I have zero children,Where equality, and where fairness?This pregnancy is the most thing I want in the world,For...
  • LaceFace

    Feeling discouraged

    This infertility stuff is tough! This is my first support group & first post...hoping I'll feel less alone & lost hearing from others on their fertility journey!Here's my story: I just turned 35 y/o and started this journey over 2 1/2 years ago. We live in Round Rock, TX (north of Austin). Currently, our diagnosis is "unexplained infertility" because the issues I had could in theory be fixed with...
  • ayekaybee

    feeling frustrated

    Hello, new here. I am 35 years old and have been trying to concieve for about 2.5 years.I didn't have a clicking "biological clock" until I was engaged to be married. I assumed it wouldn't be difficult once I decided to start because my sisters both had three relatively easy and healthy pregnancies each. My mother had three successful pregnancies as well.I suspect I had a miscarriage on my...
  • Hi ladies. I'm new on this board and boy, my road to a baby has been LONG. It's so hard to stay positive when the thing you most want is out of reach! I went through a tough divorce at the age of 32 and ended up freezing my eggs when I was 35 (through the same process as IVF) b/c I had a surgery to remove a fibroid and cyst and wasn't sure if I'd be able to conceive after the surgery. Now, I'm 40...
  • lilie315

    Hard Day

    Hi, i'm just looking for some kind words to tell myself when all the meds and the hormones get the best of me... Being an emotional basketcase doesn't help anything, and no matter what i do, i just realize that once my pd comes, this was another month of meds and testing and timing that turned out not to be. Trying to stay strong, but i figured i could vent here. Thanks for listening.
  • I suffered from hydrosalpinx for about 1 year. It is caused by salpingitis left untreated. I began to be afraid about my condition because it can cause infertility in serious case. The doctor suggested me do a laparoscopic surgery, but I think whatever it would hurt my body in various degree, and I heard about operation was easy to cause recurrence of the condition. So I choose Chinese medicine,...
  • serahmills

    Crinone for salw

    I have 3 boxes of Crinone for sale. Found out I was allergic to it after I paid for it all :( Willing to ship. I'm in WI.