I’m on my first IVF cycle at the Pacific Fertility Center and would like to exchange experiences with this fertility center 🙂 How did it go for you? How many IVF attempts were necessary for you to get pregnant?05/02/2019 at 12:51 pm
Hope you’re well. I’d like to share my experience with you.
Being diagnosed with diminished ovarian reserve, I had my egg donation IVF at the Pacific Fertility Center and I’m extremely happy with my decision to go there.
They are very professional, caring, and always willing to respond to every question, silly as they might be. Also, whenever I had a question or concern, they would get back to me within a couple of hours. What I also like is their online portal which makes it easy to keep track of visits, test results, and calendars to track your cycle.
By the way: I got pregnant at the first IVF cycle.
Feel free to ask,
Elaine06/05/2019 at 1:00 pm
I’m glad to hear this Elaine. How did it go with your fertility meds by the way? Did you notice any side effects? I’m also a little bit worried about the self-injection thing… I don’t know if I will be capable of injecting the dosage to myself :/ Do you have any tips for overcoming this phobia?06/08/2019 at 3:00 pm
don’t worry about the administration of your fertility medications. Normally, the fertility specialist will give you solid instructions on how to self-inject your meds. Alternatively, you also could ask your partner or other family members to help you injecting your fertility drugs if you don’t feel comfortable doing it yourself.
Read more about fertility medication during IVF in this post: What Medications are Used in Ovarian Stimulation?
Hope I could help you,
all the best.06/21/2019 at 8:12 am
I recently had my first consultation at the Pacific Fertility Center. Impression was positive but I’m asking myself If I should have a look at other fertility centers, too, before making a decision.
What do you guys recommend? Go with the flow and decide on the first option? Or keep analyzing?10/19/2019 at 8:16 pm
choosing a fertility clinic is not an easy task, but the beginning of a hard road. There are many aspects to take into account and that is why we recommend visiting at least two or three centers before making a decision. Here you have an overview of fertility clinics in your area: Fertility clinics in California.
Also, I recommend you have a look at this post which gives some useful advice on which criteria need to be taken into account when it comes to choosing the right fertility clinic. How do I choose the right fertility clinic for me?
Hope this makes things easier,
wish you all the best for your fertility journey.11/21/2019 at 1:22 pm
Experience with IVF at the Pacific Fertility Center
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