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Recent questions from patients asked during live online events

I would like to try an adoption but my husband doesn’t want it. Should I try to convince him?

It’s hard. It has to be a joint decision for the sake of your relationship. You both need to be fully engaged in it and have made that decision together. From what I believe, the adoption process is not an easy process to go through so you would need to be fully engaged in that. I think it’d be worth trying to work out what the reasons are that he’s reluctant to it. It’d be good to know if he would be willing to look into it and – at least – do more research on it and find out more information just so that he’s not ruling it out straight away. Would he be willing to look into the different options? What would it mean? How would it affect you? What does the process involve? A good idea could be speaking to other people and hearing stories from people who’ve adopted. How did they find the process and how are they finding it now, living with an adopted child? It’s very difficult if one of you wants one thing and the other one doesn’t. So I’d say, it’s just about the communication and asking the questions. The reason he might not want to try it might be something that’s quite easy to answer – or, on the other hand, it might be a really deep-seated reason. You could maybe work it through. If he’s willing to start looking into it, then he might be able to make a decision and you’ll both feel like you’ve made the effort to consider it as an option. So I’d say: yes, encourage him to at least hear more about it so that you can rule it in or out. Tell him that you just would like to have more information so that you can make a decision and ask whether he will support you in researching it. You might find out that he’s more open to it once he knows more. When we were going through it, my husband wouldn’t even want to adopt. But I know somebody who’s a foster parent and when we went out somewhere together, she had one of her fostered children with her. After he’d seen this child and realised that it was a little boy who just needed somebody to love him, he changed his mind and his view on why he would adopt. I think he probably had ruled out adoption at the start, without really thinking about it. So when he actually realised that there are children there who do need loving parents and support, it changed his mind a bit. So it might just be that he doesn’t know enough about it. Just ask him if he will support you in researching it. Hopefully, that helps.

My embryologist said “The other embryo was slower: 2-cell on day 2, only 3-cell on day 3, small compacted morula on day 4 and fair quality early blastocyst 1B on day 5. In my opinion, this embryo has a low chance to start a pregnancy.” I have to travel far to get this IVF, and after hearing this, I feel like I need a new doctor. Do you agree?

Well as I said, the most important thing is to trust your doctor. You have to challenge him, you have to ask him what is his expert opinion and if you’re not happy with the answers then yes, you can change the doctor. I would not say I agree or disagree, I have to leave it on you – you have to make the decision if this doctor is good for you. You have to see you trust him. You have to see if he is honest. You have to see if he talks to you and explains things to you. In infertility, there is nothing right or wrong; it’s not black and white – it’s a rainbow of many colours. Even as I said to you, you might have a bad embryo and you can be pregnant with a normal pregnancy, or you can have a perfect embryo and miscarry or not get pregnant. It’s only chances – a good embryo has high chances of getting you pregnant, a bad embryo has lower chances of getting you pregnant. So, every embryo and how it progresses from two to four, to morula, to blastocyst is different – also you have to know something important: what time fertilisation was at, and what time the embryo was checked because you can do ICSI on one egg at one o’clock, and then do to ICSI on another after half an hour or after one hour, so you have to make sure of the timing when you check the embryos and when you do the fertilisation. I would say you are the one to make the decision about your doctor – you have to feel comfortable with your doctor and you have to trust. If you lose the trust, then you change, otherwise, stay there.

Further to my question 8, an adoption embryo under the age of 25 and with our own embryo (with donor eggs) is also under the age of 25.The adoption embryo will have NGS/PGS. Should we do PGS or PGD with our own embryo (with husband sperm)? Could you please advise as we had implantation failures around 8 times?

PGS is a kind of PGV. PGV is a broad definition of monogenic screening and is a screening technique. In the embryo, to check for euploidy or aneuploidy, we use a type of PGD that we call PGS or now pgtA aneuploidy. We perform pre-implantation genetic screening that is a type of pre-implantation genetic diagnosis. If you are using a donor you are not supposed to have any implantation failure.

5 failed on own egg cycles and two failed donor egg cycles. I’m already using immune treatment and have had implantation cuts now. Anything you can suggest?

You may try a further donor egg treatment after the hysteroscopy and implantation cuts, and if this has a negative outcome, we recommend donor sperm treatment, this means donor embryo treatment. The most important factor is the uterine cavity that you have already done. A new donor egg treatment is recommended and after this, if we still have the same unsuccessful outcome, we strongly recommend using donor sperm next time.

What age of the egg donor would you say is the best to have good quality embryos?

Our donors are between 18 and 25 years old. Sometimes we can have a donor who is 30 years old but this is not usual. We think this is the best age (18-25) because we can have a good number of good quality eggs.

I had a first IVF which was successful but miscarried. After this I had 4 that I had frozen transferred and all failed. Do you think that this is due to the embryos being frozen?

No, it’s not because the embryos were frozen. It all depends on how old you are and what quality of everything you had. And the other thing, after you miscarried did you have a scrape? Did you have a D&C? How is your endometrium? I recommend that before you do another IVF, if you have any more frozen embryos, definitely do a hysteroscopy.

What is the age limit for egg donation in your clinic?

In egg donation, the legal limit for an egg donor is under 35 years of age. If you mean the recipient, the intended mother, then the legal limit is 49 years of age.

Do you have a BMI limit for egg donation treatments?

We have the cutoff limit for BMI of 40. We don’t treat patients who have a BMI more than 40. With BMIs between 35 and 40, we assess the general situation of a patient. It’s not the same for someone who is super healthy but their only problem is high BMI and for someone who also has heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and something else. But apart from what I said, the ideal thing would be to have a normal BMI when we are about to start fertility treatment, to have an embryo transfer and afterwards for the pregnancy as well. It is not only because the chances of a successful outcome are much higher in such a case – it is also because there is a smaller risk of a miscarriage and complications along with the pregnancy for both the baby and the mother. We are very conscious that it can be super difficult at times to lose weight – it’s one of the health problems affecting many people in the world today. But most of the times, through a good programme of a diet, exercise, mentoring and coaching, a lot of things can be done. However, there is something more to consider here as well. It is of course not the same for someone who’s 30 years old and needs to do a fertility treatment – in such a case, we can say: Listen, you should lose some of this weight and then we can start treatment. But it’s completely different for someone who is 48 years old. So there are a lot of factors that have to be taken into consideration. Obviously, someone who is older, has a higher weight, too. And it complicates a lot of things. On one side, it means that we have less time, and on the other – age is also a risk factor with pregnancy, having complications, etc. And for us, it is super important to help patients to build healthy families and healthy babies. So to sum up: our limit for BMI would be 40. Between 35 and 40, we would individualise each case and see if there are any other risk factors for having complications. Finally, in case of BMI less than 35 (between 30 and 35), we would also help to manage the weight for the patient to be in the best possible shape for the transfer and pregnancy.

Can you tell us about the options on how to make embryos using donor eggs? Does it depend on country, or is it per clinic? I assume there are sometimes options to pay for a donor’s entire cycle, fertilise the fresh eggs and then freeze the embryos. But what else can happen? Buying frozen and already harvested embryos in batches? Planing a fertilisation in upcoming cycles by buying a portion of the eggs to be retrieved?

Usually, when you’re proceeding with frozen eggs, the clinic guarantees you a certain number of them after thawing. If there were eggs of poor quality, then they would not survive the thawing process. It doesn’t mean that you buy , for example, a container of 6 eggs and you find out that there are only 3 left after thawing. The clinic usually guarantees a certain number of eggs. Even more, I’d suggest you to go for the option of guaranteed embryos. Embryos are stronger and more likely to survive freezing. I’m not sure if you’re proceeding with your partner’s semen or donor’s semen. If your partner’s semen is meeting the clinic’s quality standards, they can guarantee you a certain number of embryos. If you proceed with donor semen, then the guarantee is already there of course. Sometimes in case of a double donation, there are not so many embryos because donor semen and donor eggs do not match well. It’s rare but it does happen. So you’d better consider your situation carefully and see if it is not better to proceed with a guaranteed number of embryos. And of course choose a clinic that is skilled in freezing embryos and conducting successful treatments with frozen transfers.

Is Coenzyme Q10 beneficial in those patients who do not have endometriosis?

We give CoQ10 to patients with endometriosis and to those patients who are over 37 years old.  As I told you before, we see that the egg quality diminishes with age and CoQ10 has a positive impact on the machinery of the oocyte – the mitochondria. It’s the engine of the oocytes so it’s beneficial for women who have endometriosis and for women who are above 36-37 years old.

Do you provide information about specialized lawyers in the country of the intended parents, France in our case?

Yes, we will be able to give the contact details of the lawyers who deal with French citizens and surrogacy.

I’m 39. AMH is 8, AFC-12 and I had had two IVF with my own eggs that failed. I had two blastocysts in the first IVF cycle and one good quality in the second one. Should I try with my own eggs or should I consider egg donation?

I think that I would consider doing another IVF cycle with pre-implantation genetic screening. Another thing that is important is that we don’t have information about your partner and it is important to assess that there is no hidden male factor that might not have been diagnosed.

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Dr. Nadia Caroppo
Dr. Nadia Caroppo
Head of the International Medical Team at Equipo Juana Crespo
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Elena Pardo
Elena Pardo
Head of International Patient Unit
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I loved it! A new experience that I very much enjoyed preparing and presenting, with great support from the organisation all along, thank you! Definitely feel more ready for the next one! It is a great initiative that sets the patient communication standard on a new level. It is essential to stay connected and give support to all the people struggling with an infertility problem, to provide them with top line information from experts around the globe, so that they have tools to choose the best team and treatment option for them.
Dr. Alejandra Aguilar Crespo
Dr. Alejandra Aguilar Crespo
Gynecologist at Equipo Juana Crespo
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I would like to share my feelings regarding the online meetings, I personally think that it is a very positive initiative for both patients and doctors. In fact, answer several doubts makes us more accessible to patients and it makes ourselves closer to them. I felt very comfortable speaking about an interesting topic and then answering some questions. I think it is a good idea to answer questions that many patients have, and they would not ask because of fear or embarrassment. Many times, these meetings serve to finally decide to take the step to carry out a treatment o decide a clinic. In summary, I encourage you to really continue with this initiative.
Claudia Mika
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Dr. Elias Tsakos, FRCOG
Dr. Elias Tsakos, FRCOG
Medical Director at Embryoclinic
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Kanelina Bimpa
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CEO, Embryoclinic
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Dr. Anna Galindo Trias
Dr. Anna Galindo Trias
Medical Director at Gravida International Center of Assisted Human Reproduction
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Gravida thanks IVF Answers for the initiative they have offered to all people concerned about their situations and their treatments in this period of Covid-19. This space has been a great help to be able to calm and inform about the repercussion and the possible secondary effects that this will have in our lives. With the great idea of the platform, many people have obtained the necessary information to decide their treatments and have been able to interact with professionals in the sector in a very effective way. So they have made many professionals and clinics known.
Kate Davies, RN, BSc (Hons)
Kate Davies, RN, BSc (Hons)
Founder of "Your Fertility Journey"
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It has been such a pleasure to be involved with MyIVFanswers fabulous initiative. This resource has enabled patients to hear directly from experts, during a time when communicating evidence-based information and providing much need support has been critical. These events have been organised with perfection, and I look forward to being involved in more in the future. Thank you for everything you are doing for the IVF community.
Dr. Vladimiro Silva
Dr. Vladimiro Silva
Embryologist, CEO, Founder & IVF Lab Director at Ferticentro
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This was one of the best ideas ever since it really brings together patients and specialists during these times of uncertainty. The Stronger Together initiative created a sense of union (we’re all in the same boat), patients felt that they’re not forgotten and we’ve all been able to keep their hopes and dreams alive. Now that things are back to normal we can have a look back and understand how important it was to stay in touch - and especially how strong we can get if we stay together! Congratulations for the brilliant organisation!
Sarah Banks
Sarah Banks
Fertility Coach and Mentor
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Thank you for organising the #StrongerTogether initiative and for inviting me to be involved. The sessions have given a lot of comfort, advice and support to patients during this difficult time. The sessions are always really well organised and the presenters instantly put everyone at ease.
Dr. Andris Abele
Dr. Andris Abele
Certified Urologist & Infertility Specialist at EGV Clinic
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StrongerTogether is a great initiative that allows healthcare professionals to access patients at a time when face to face visits are very limited. At the same time, patients also have the opportunity to gain new knowledge, as well as ask questions online and get answers, for what sometimes they have to wait for months. Thanks for this great opportunity!
Dr. Alsu Saifitdinova
Dr. Alsu Saifitdinova
Embryologist at the International Centre for Reproductive Medicine
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I think that the Stronger Together initiative was taken in a very timely manner when many patients could feel a lack of attention due to the introduced quarantine activities. #Online Patient Meetings not only helped to answer some troubling questions but also supported people in difficult times of uncertainty. It is important that all webinars will remain available on the website and will be in demand by those who could not directly participate in them.
Dr. Diana Obidniak
Dr. Diana Obidniak
Head of International Cooperation Department at AVA-Peter
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We appreciate such a great initiative to participate in the webinars, which are very significant for doctors, experts and patients all over the world. We would like to thank MYIVFANSWERS team for being supportive and real professionals. During this difficult times of pandemic it was a great experience. We wish all the best to MYIVFANSWERS team and hope for the future fruitful collaboration.
Dr. Rosa Trigas
Dr. Rosa Trigas
IVF Specialist Consultant at Institut Marquès
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I think this is a very interesting channel both for patients and doctors. It allows providing a first orientation to people who want to start treatment, as well as to those who have specific doubts about their diagnoses. It has been a very rewarding exchange, an agile and direct way to help those who are fighting to see their dream of becoming parents come true.
Carmen Martinez Jover
Carmen Martinez Jover
Fertility Coach
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I always value groups that care about the “human” side to infertility. During this lock-in phase, Stronger Together’s webinars have done an outstanding job in providing talks on a great variety of subjects to accompany people who are struggling to form their family. I was so proud to have been invited to participate in this wonderful initiative.
Joanne Carwardine
Joanne Carwardine
Chief Executive of National Fertility Society
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Sandra and Joanne at the National Fertility Society think that the initiative has been excellent, they feel that any event that informs and educates the public for free on such a wide range of topics within fertility is exceptionally beneficial and NFS has been proud to be part of this scheme, well done to myIVFanswers.
Saghar Kasiri
Saghar Kasiri
Director of European Operations at Cryos International
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Well organised with professional and dedicated team arranging these webinars, to be so agile to organise such daily events at short notice during Covid-19 pandemic is a credit to your organisation. What impressed me as a speaker was the level of engagement from the patients, this is an indication that MyIVFAnswers carefully selected the topics which obviously appealed to them.
Dr. Andreas Abraham
Dr. Andreas Abraham
MD at Eugin Clinic
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My IVF Answers has created this #StrongerTogether initiative that offers an interesting and efficient format to reach patients in times of restrictions due to the covid-19 pandemic. It allows us to explain key ART procedures and answer individual case-specific questions. The initiative also brings much needed awareness to fertility issues.
Dr. Clara Colomé
Dr. Clara Colomé
Medical Deputy Director at Eugin Barcelona
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The initiative #StrongerTogether is a great opportunity for both patients and doctors to discuss about different fertility topics in a very straight forward way and it becomes specially interesting in current times. Thank you for letting us be a part of it.
Dr Esther Marbán
Dr Esther Marbán
Gynecologist & Specialist in fertility at Clinica Tambre
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It has been a pleasure to close this chapter of great collaboration with MyIVFAnswers. I hope my presentation helped all those who participated in it better understand implantation failures. Thank you for creating this initiative and uniting all of us who are interested in fertility during these difficult times!
 Laura Garcia de Miguel
Laura Garcia de Miguel
Medical Director at Clinica Tambre
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Participating in the #StrongerTogether initiative has been very rewarding. Since the situation regarding the coronavirus began, we at Tambre have not stopped for one second from resolving our patients' doubts and trying to alleviate their fears. Thanks to you, this situation has been more bearable. I hope that all the webinars we have held together have been useful and have guided people through their most difficult moments. Thank you MyIVFAnswers, as always, for counting on us.
Tomas Rieger
Tomas Rieger
Head Embryologist at GYNEM IVF
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The close touch between patients and Experts are beneficial for both sides and I am grateful for having the possibility to contribute to this initiative.
Melissa Brisman, JD
Melissa Brisman, JD
CEO of Melissa B. Brisman, Esq., LLC
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Thank you #IVFWEBINARS and Stronger Together for providing an invaluable resource to fertility patients. Your efforts are making fertility options and education available around the world. It is an honor to be a part of the Stronger Together Initiative.
Mike Berkley
Mike Berkley
Founder & Director of The Berkley Center for Reproductive Wellness
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hat a wonderful experience! Caroline, who facilitates the dialogue between patients' and presenter is brilliant and super-efficient. And, the work they're doing is, generally speaking, amazing for patients, but the webinars, in particular, are so important as they give patients' a chance to actually interface with the practitioner, ask questions, have them answered by experts, and feel better afterwards. Why do they feel better? Because "knowledge is power" and by doing these webinars, #ivfwebinars is empowering patients. Kudos!
Anna Bashlii
Anna Bashlii
Head of International Department at Parens Ukraine
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I would like to say thank you to everyone who was involved in the organization of #StrongerTogether initiative, you have made huge and important work. I am proud to be a part of it and I am grateful for giving me this chance! We are truly stronger when we are not alone and I think it has become a great support for a lot of people during this stressful period of their lives. It is amazing how close people from different corners of the world may become by joining online #IVFWebinars!
Eloise Edington, BFA
Eloise Edington, BFA
Founder & Director of Fertility Help Hub
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The "#strongertogether" campaign provided those trying to conceive with invaluable expert advice and personal experiences, to inform and support their journeys. I was honoured that Fertility Help Hub was invited to be an Ambassador and to share my personal donor conception story, as we share the same values.
Dr Estefanía Abanto Gonzalvo
Dr Estefanía Abanto Gonzalvo
Gynecologist & Obstetrician at IVI Bilbao
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The meetings with patients held by MYIVFANSWERS are helpful both for patients and for experts, as they help us contact with more people, and I have found them really useful to connect with the patients and to try to explain my experience and point of view about several topics
Dr Harry Karpouzis
Dr Harry Karpouzis
Founder & Scientific Director at IVF Pelargos Fertility Group
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I am honoured and proud that I had been a part of the #StrongerTogether Initiative, during the Covid 19 crisis. The #StrongerTogether initiative by IVF media was an excellent idea, which really proved that medical agencies that respect themselves, do care about each fertile couple they deal with. Webinars and online patient meetings might be the future in medical consultation. The technology used, the organization of the whole initiative, as well as, the personel who dealt with it, was exceptional.
Dr Femi Rogune
Dr Femi Rogune
Reproductive Medicine & Surgery Sub-Specialist
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It was a pleasure working with Caroline on the presentation. It was a very positive experience presenting on this platform. The audience was involved and interested. In the present world climate, this would be a way to share knowledge with patients and stakeholders
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In the world where all the information seems to be just a click away, it is more and more difficult to differentiate between valuable and useless content. This is especially true for IVF patients who are literally bombarded with knowledge that – unfortunately – they are rarely able to verify. Nowadays anyone can share any information online and finding a reliable source of expertise may become a challenge. And as we all know, verified and educational content is what all fertility patients need the most – at every stage of their treatment.

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