Twins & multiples
08/07/2012 at 20:32
I've had two failed IVF's and I am just about to start my third cycle, we've got two frozen eggs left and we are thinking about putting them both back in. I'm 34 and I know there is every chance that none, one or two might take but I am wondering if I am doing the right thing by using both of them.
Any advice would be really appreciated.
12/07/2012 at 12:04
i know a lot of places are stopping putting two eggs back in,one of the moms at school,she had ivf and they only put one back in,she did ask for both to be put back but they refused,so i would speak to your doctors about it,good luck
12/07/2012 at 18:20
Hi, Thanks for you reply. As I have had two failed attempts already my clinic will let me put two back in this time.
I guess I was a bit worried about the complications of having twins, their well being and my own. I don't know anyone who has had twins so I don't really know what to expect.
If they both survive the thawing out process then I have chosen to put them both back in and let nature decide. x x
12/07/2012 at 18:57
i think thats a wise choice,since its on ivf and if you did get pregnant with twins,i would have thought they would keep even more of an eye on you,so try and not worry
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