We just went through IVF with 4 grade 4 embryos and they did not implant. Although I went to Dr. Schoolcraft in Denver who is supposed to be the best possibly in the world it did not work. I am 39 now and the Dr. said possibly my eggs are of poor genetic quality. My younger sister has volunteered to be an egg donor and the Dr. said genetically her genes are the same as mine. Our chances would be 70-80% for success. Or... we can try again and have our embryos genetically prescreened with a brand new process which will tell us if the eggs are the problem. But..... it's expensive, it's emotionally difficult and this would have much higher success probability. Do I give up on my eggs or do I go for the easy fix? I just don't know if I will feel like this is my sister's and husbands baby verses mine. Is it nurture or nature?? Help.
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