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07/06/2014 at 14:58
Just wondering if anyone can help:
Me and my husband have our first appointment at guys hospital on Tuesday and I don't know what to expect.
My Husbands got a cancer gene running through his family that's why we enquired about PGD, we have to go through ivf anyway as I suffer with crohns disease in my ileum and had to have surgery which has resulted in my right fallopian tube being scarred and my fsh slightly high.The hard part is they haven't done PGD on these gene before, so it can take up to 2 years investigation before we can actually start treatment and hope it works for us to have our family.
We don't know whether to wait or go down normal ivf .... does anyone know how long the waiting list is for normal ivf in Brighton area? I'm just so emotionally and physically drained I just want our family. We have been trying naturally 2 years and started with the hospital this year time seems to be going so slow!!!
I hope someone has any advice to help.Thank you for you time x
18/09/2014 at 18:21
Hi me2you. I hope you're well. I am awaiting PGD at guys. Due to start our treatment in 2weeks. It took nearly a year to create a test for my husband's rare condition, but i think Its worth waiting. Our 11 years old son is afected with it and had a surgery over a year ago. Its devastating to see your child suffering. I hope all went well for you.
Good luck and all the best
22/11/2014 at 13:15
thinking of going with PGD but the condition we want testing for isn't licensed and worried they won't see it as serious enough. Was the condition you are avoiding registered?
07/06/2016 at 10:40
I wouldn't leave it to fate really. Its totally worth it to go for PGD to make sure your baby will not have a genetic anomaly. There are many websites to choose a good clinic for PGD. You can read a bit more about PGD treatment here https://www.dunyaivf.co.uk/gender-selection-pgd
16/06/2016 at 12:36
I fully agree with frihidy23 . Lots of fertility clinics offer PGD now. A friend of mine travelled to Gdansk fertility clinic to do PGS NGS (the newer genetics technology) She got pregnant at the first try and gave birth to a healthy child. xx
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