shamzo 5 Posts Wednesday August 8, 2018Registration date August 28, 2018 Last seen - Aug 28, 2018 at 03:46 PM - Latest reply: alissonclark 38 Posts Monday July 30, 2018Registration date October 14, 2018 Last seen
- Oct 12, 2018 at 03:46 PM
Hello! I hope you all are doing well. Hysterectomy is spreading generation to generation. It becoming the main cause of infertility. Unfortunately, it cannot be cured by any medication. So Alternative has become to be necessary. You are doing right by choosing surrogacy treatment. Your story is motivational. There are many good clinic are exists . It would be helpful for IPs if they visit it. Best of luck to all.
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claudiopeters 88 Posts Sunday March 18, 2018Registration date August 29, 2018 Last seen - Aug 29, 2018 at 09:33 AM
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That is so sad! I'm really sorry you had to go through this, honey. It must be awfully hard dealing with all of this. I've heard a lot about hysterectomy. It sounds awful. I hope things get better for you honey. You can do this!
jeenia 48 Posts Sunday October 7, 2018Registration date October 11, 2018 Last seen - Oct 11, 2018 at 06:44 AM
Hysterectomy is caused by heavy periods. It deals with removal of the uterus. This has no pure curability. Thus leading to infertility. Life can be harsh. It is unimaginable. You can't even predict what goes wrong then and now. No mater how much concerned or careful you stay with your body, if problem has to occur then it will. All you will have to do is deal with all the situation and find out the alternatives.
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alissonclark 38 Posts Monday July 30, 2018Registration date October 14, 2018 Last seen - Sep 27, 2018 at 05:33 PM
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Hey, hope you are fine. Hysterectomy really is horrible. I feel so bad for people who have to go through this. I think it's best if people don't take risks here by TTC or IVF. Surrogacy is a very safe option. Good thing is that nowadays it's affordable too. I hope things work out for people who are currently going through this hell.
emmacoolb 22 Posts Thursday July 26, 2018Registration date October 11, 2018 Last seen - Oct 10, 2018 at 07:04 PM
It truly is the new definition of hell. The pain and suffering are like totally unbearable and the surgery to remove the uterus isn't any lenient both physically and mentally and on top of it you just have to deal with infertility too. I think TTC is fine in case they want to try before the removal... not everyone takes no without trying. But yeah IVF is total waste, in fact, it's not even possible. Anyone who says IVF can work in this case knows nothing. You don't have a uterus anymore how can you go through the gestation. Surrogacy is the only option. And if the price tag bothers you... look for surrogacy abroad. There are many clinics that offer great success rate with surrogacy at a total affordable rate... Adonis is one of such great clinics. It's still best not to waste much time, without uterus your cycles won't be ther and your eggs will eventually lose viability. If there's any chance that you could still be the biological mother if you wait too long to hover on it you might lose that chance to. Time is always important and the clock is ticking.
alissonclark 38 Posts Monday July 30, 2018Registration date October 14, 2018 Last seen - Oct 12, 2018 at 03:46 PM
I know right? The biological clock makes everything worse. But we have a solution for that too. That is donor eggs. It also works in cases of people who possess bad eggs. Sorry to hear about your experience with the clinic you mentioned though. I hope you find a better place for the procedure. Good luck.
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Silvija2020 52 Posts Saturday April 7, 2018Registration date September 30, 2018 Last seen - Sep 28, 2018 at 02:01 AM
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Hysterectomy is totally curable but it leads to permanent infertility. I have read about it many times women facing it are totally infertile. But with the charms of technology, this problem is curable. Charms of technology have made reproduction techniques very effective. Surrogacy like reproductive techniques is making the lives of infertile people colorful again. Surrogacy is an effective reproductive technique through which many people have a baby. I am also infertile and so i am going for it soon. Surrogacy will bring happiness back to my life i guess.
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Alessia.Violet 137 Posts Sunday January 21, 2018Registration date October 13, 2018 Last seen - Oct 2, 2018 at 02:06 PM
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Infertility is a really difficult journey to be on. There are so many obstacles that you have to go through while you are on it. For me, infertility was always like a roller coaster! There are so many highs and lows. However, we are lucky that in today's time the technology has drastically improved and there are treatments through which you can fight through infertility. Therefore, my advice to you would be to take the first step which is to visit a good clinic. Once you make the decision of opting for one things will start progressing. When I visited the clinic that I opted for the first time I was so nervous. This nervousness came from the fact that I had no idea where I was heading. However, the clinic did such an amazing job in making things clear for me. From my manager to the docotors everyone was so supportive and helpful. It is very rare to find such kind of people. They are so dedicated to their work. I hope things go well for you. Sending baby dust your way.
emmacoolb 22 Posts Thursday July 26, 2018Registration date October 11, 2018 Last seen - Oct 10, 2018 at 06:55 PM
Oh yeah.. it's not just difficult it's like it get's all the happiness squeezed out of you. Emotional rollercoaster, makes you feel like an alien among women who have nothing but kids to discuss and then it make you shut yourself up at home avoiding socialising. Worst, the comparisons in the family, the MIL throwing words of disgrace like pots and pans. The fertility road is never easy but then if you keep going somewhere you'll find the success.. that's for sure. Even Adonis believes that there's always a way.. all you need is to find it to have a baby and not be scared to take the step.
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CindyLee685 1 Posts Wednesday October 3, 2018Registration date October 3, 2018 Last seen - Oct 3, 2018 at 04:40 AM
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Hey, It's really sad that you had to go through all this. Hysterectomy is really a horrible thing. May the Lord give you strength.
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jeenia 48 Posts Sunday October 7, 2018Registration date October 11, 2018 Last seen - Oct 9, 2018 at 01:03 AM
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Hi dear. I feel sorry or the hard times you went through.Research stated that hysterectomy is curable but leads to permanent infertility. Hysterectomy is the worst thing that can ever happen to a women. It is best to go with surrogacy rather than IVF . Surrogacy will be a safe option.You need to be very strong and take up the safest options available to you. You must do a consultancy before taking up any step. You need to have a stable mind before taking surrogacy. Surrogacy is the hope of light for infertile parents.
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emmacoolb 22 Posts Thursday July 26, 2018Registration date October 11, 2018 Last seen - Oct 10, 2018 at 06:49 PM
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Oh, I feel so sorry for you! Especially if it's genetically passed on then you hardly have a choice. I think surrogacy is a boon really to those who've had the hysterectomy. You can at least have a baby and won't be deprived of being a mother. Yes, surrogacy being assisted fertility has a high cost and not all suffering from Hysterectomy can afford it. But then where there is a will there is always a way. With surrogacy abroad, it's possible to both afford one and keep things hush-hush in case you don't want the whole world to know. So don't feel sad and keep alive your optimism. Adonis is such a clinic in Ukraine, that offered surrogacy at an affordable pricing scheme. Just land on their page and check it up or send an email maybe. This clinic has made baby dreams come true for many a couple who was otherwise considered could never make it. Stay hopeful and everything will be okay.
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