Hello. I am 26 yrs old and just recently had my second ivf.I currently have 16 blastocyst frozen. My doc said not intercourse but is orgasm ok without intercourse? Will it decrease my chances? Wil it move or dam the embryo? I'm worried as I had no idea.


Hi There I am new to this

Hi There I am new to this site as of today and was just reading ur message here! wow ur 26 and have had IVF 2 times now? where do u go if I may ask cause I no its like 10,000 to have it done..I been trying to conceive for 10 years now with no luck and have been told IVF would be my only chance! So I have never talked to someone who has been thro it with success so was wondering if u would be able to help me out or give me any good advice, about ur experience! I would appreicate it so much......Im happy for u that u go to experience it!!! my email is [email protected] if u would rather email me!!!! sorry I cant be of any help to u right now with ur question!!! hope someone else can help u!!!! mary

I went to Fertilty and

I went to Fertilty and Surgical Associates of California. I paid around $13000, but the good thing is that it covers 3 cycles, in case they fail. All you pay for the 2nd and 3rd cycle is lab fees, which is like $2000. I had 35 eggs retrieved and 16 frozen blastocysts, all grade A, which according to them is great.

We don't really know, but in

We don't really know, but in this case, safer is probably better.

After the transfer, a definite time of abstinence to avoid damage to the pre-embryo has not been determined, most experts recommend abstinence for two to three weeks.

Theoretically, the uterine contractions associated with orgasm could interfere with the early stages of implantation. However, intercourse the night before pre-embryo transfer is acceptable.

Some physicians will advise intercourse before transfer as they feel that this will improve the chances of a pregnancy.

 
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