Thank you for posting this. My sister in law also had this same issue and she resolved it after visiting the medics. It is actually more common than you might think and is fixable.Have u ever thought of enhancing the environment of your house to increase your fertility? I would like to share my story regarding this topic.
After the failure of trying to conceive for almost 2 yrs since the age of 33, i went to kk hospital to have a check up on my fertility. I was diagnosed that I have one tube blocked and there was no egg in my menses. So, confirmed that the infertility was my problem and my hubby was absolutely fertile. Doctor suggested we opt for ivf after 2months.
During the 'waiting period' I did lots of research about ivf. I understood that the success rate in my age maybe around 40-50%. But surely we still would like to give it a try. I was so stressed and never disclosed my infertility to any friends and relatives. During the waiting period, I read an article regarding the 'Environment and Fertility'. I invited a friend who is professional in the industry to audit the place we stayed as we wanted to enhance the success possibility of ivf desperately. He had a client went for ivf and failed for 5 times. With the adjustment of the client's place, the 6th ivf was finally success and the twins were delivered. After the audit of my place,i was really shocked and understood why we had difficulty in getting pregnant. Long story short, we adjusted those problematic sectors and miracle arrived. I got pregnant naturally within a month after we adjusted the environment of our place. The power and energy of environment are really having big impact on our life.
I tried. It didnt work for me.Hi everyone, I'm new here. Have been ttc for 2 years and haven't been successful. Seen a gynae and she diagnosed that I have PCOS. Started me on clomid treatment for a few months but to no avail. I'm thinking of trying TCM. Any recommendations?
Also thinking of trying Blackmores Conceive Well. Not sure if it helps? Has anyone tried it b4?
Hi RSCJ,Hi All, I just wanted to share my experience with Dr HK Ho and his clinic, Ho HK Women and Fertility clinic at Mt A, in case there's anyone thinking of going to him.
I went to him as i had been spotting on and off for a few mths. Dr. Ho did a pap smear for me and did a scan of my ovaries. He told me that I had pcos because of the 'bubbles' in my ovaries and that because of my uterine lining, I was predisposed to diabetes and cancer. He also noted a cyst in my right ovary and said that pcos meant that I wasn't ovulating. I had never heard of pcos and was shocked. I told him that my period was regular and i could even track my fertile discharge but he said that "discharge doesnt mean anything". He then advised that i go for a D&C procedure just to ascertain no malignancy.
I went home terribly upset and spent the next week in a state of panic and despair. One thing that puzzled me was how Dr Ho had not made me take a blood test and how he cld determine so quickly that i had pcos especially when I didn't display any physical manifestations of pcos.
A few days before the procedure, i went back for a pre-procedure briefing. He told me that a few days after my procedure, he was going to be overseas for 2 months, which was different from the original duration of 2 weeks. I was concerned as I wanted to begin my fertility treatments asap and his being away meant further delay. When I tried to clarify what sort of treatments would be available, he dismissed my qn with a 'let's just do the d&c first. After that it will be pills.but we will talk abt that after the d&c.'
In a twist of fate, I had to postpone the procedure. When I asked for a copy of all my reports, the receptionist was very unhelpful, finally saying that the doc himself was going for a surgery and so "Dr Ho won't be able to help you". I insisted and she begrudgingly said that I could collect the scans of my ovaries. On the day of the collection, another receptionist there cldnt find my reports and that there was nothing she cld do. She just stared blankly at me and offered no solutions. Half an hour later, after I'd left the clinic feeling harassed and upset, she called me up saying that she had finally recalled where it was.
Armed w my scans, I met the new gynae who told me that I had polyps and was unlikely to have pcos as my period was regular and I did not display the typical physical traits. Furthermore the cyst that he had said I had was actually not a cyst at all. She called for blood work to be done and that I was also unlikely to be predisposed to cancer as my periods were regular. All these tallied w my research on pcos. The blood test confirmed her words and I do. not. have. pcos.
I'm writing this because I cannot fathom how a doctor with so many years of experience can tell a patient unequivocally what condition she has, without ensuring that all tests have first been done. Note that it wasn't a 'perhaps you have pcos' but a definite 'you have pcos'. How irresponsible! The cyst wasn't even a cyst and the so called string of pearls were polyps. The thickened lining was due to polyps underneath. How ludicrous! He really caused me much undue grief and the cavalier manner in which his Receptionists handled the situation didn't help too.
Perhaps he was once a good doc, or perhaps he is good w stitching, as online forums seem to suggest. But this experience with a reckless diagnosis not based on the full array of tests really left a bitter taste in my mouth. Horrendous and unnecessarily emotional.
Thanks for sharing! This is definitely good news to those couples who believe IVF is their last and only hope.Hi all to-be mummies, i'm a mommy myself and i have been through the worst period of my life. Multiple IVF Failures. And all it seemed doomed to fail for my dream family. And now i'm fortunate to have 2 sons and 1 daughter. Just spreading the word to those who might have experienced IVF Failures and share this.
Do give this a try! God bless. http://mybabydream.net/
Hi all to-be mummies, i'm a mommy myself and i have been through the worst period of my life. Multiple IVF Failures. And all it seemed doomed to fail for my dream family. And now i'm fortunate to have 2 sons and 1 daughter. Just spreading the word to those who might have experienced IVF Failures and share this.
Do give this a try! God bless. http://mybabydream.net/