Hi ladies. What does BFP DS and any other abbreviations you use? My story is I have PCOS, my rt tube genetically has no fimbrae to catch the eggs so will never work. The left side was twisted around and tacked down by an adhesion band, but now opened after HSP diagnosed it and LAP fixed it. Although have been 14 months since surgery wihtout pregnancy. So here I am. Searching the web to find out how to go about IVF or to just get meds to help. We did 6 rounds of clomid in which I ovulated with my regular GYN, but it was before we went to specialist to find out I wasn't getting anything through either side anyway. I'm 40, will be 41 in August with never a pregnancy, so we're concerned about doing all this and possibly getting a downs baby too (i know that sounds horrible). Then we think what about adoption? But we don't really have alot of money saved anymore with the economy and my husband in finance. I feel so disheartening that I cannot give my husband the children he wants so badly (he used to be a Kindergarden teacher). I have been reading your posts. I feel like I've found a great place. I don't really understand the process of IVF. The clinic handed me a topic on where to buy meds, but didn't tell me what to buy. I guess there are different types of shots?
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