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Failed ICIS - Considering Donor Sperm


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#1 Mandy0312

Posted 17 January 2016 - 03:14 PM

We have completed 3 failed ICIS cycles.  BFP on 2nd yet MC after 7 weeks.  All the times good egg numbers yet low Fert rates.  Hubby has CF issues and TESA is required each time.  Last time was worse outcome - 18 eggs 5 fertilised 0 frozen.
We are in Qld - Mackay and possibly now left with Donor options.  Can anybody in this area help with advise on what they have done or if they have gone down the path.  Your waiting times, if you did IUI or straight to IVF.
Appreciate any feedback, advise or help


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