IVF advice

I recently visited a really great blog called Stress Free Infertility that I wanted to share with you.

The blog is written by Krissi who in her own words is an ¬†‘IVF survivor, a mommy of 3 miracles, and an advocate for going through infertility as stress free as possible.’

Anyone who has gone through IVF knows how incredibly stressful the whole process can be. This blog gives lots of information, advice & success stories that can help you through. Highly reccomended reading for anyone going through IVF now or in the future.

4 thoughts on “IVF advice”

  1. When I started looking into IVF I was completely lost about what my options where. Thank you for sharing such great resources liek the stress free fertility blog you mention here. It’s great to have these sites I would never otherwise find. For anyone else who is in the same boat, I found a nice site that explains things very simply and provides great advice on lots of treatments as well as IVF: http://www.wessexfertility.com/treatments.asp I also gave them a call to enquire about treatment and they were so helpful but also understanding that it is a scary prospect and that I needed time to look at what treatments were best for me and they were there every step of the way to advise me and help me. Fingers crossed!

  2. I am a practitioner in leeds and have been treating more and more clients for IVF and assisted conception. I just wanted to say thanks and keep the info coming – I have linked to the above site and it is very good. many thanks

    Giles

  3. Hi there, I had ivf when I was 40 and it worked on our first attempt. We now have a beautiful little girl who is the light of our lives.

    We had unexplained infertility and I can assure you that ivf is not easy. It is intrusive, heartbreaking and an emotional rollercoaster.

    I took time off work for the dreaded two week wait and also stopped working as soon as I found out I was pregnant. Who knows if this made a difference but believe me I was stuck to that sofa for the whole fortnight and rested as much as possible for the first trimester. Not that I had much choice as I was so sick, lol!

    We had our treatment at the John Radcliffe fertility unit in Oxford which was fabulous.

    It is a difficult journey but one which I would not hesitate to go on again if we chose to do so.

    Good luck, be positive but realistic and remember even if you only have a 15% chance of success, there is every reason why you can be one of those 15 lucky people!

    Warm Wishes

    Amanda xxx

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