i am 29 years old and my husband 31 years old.immature eggs in 1st ivf.


Unfortunately, immature eggs

Unfortunately, immature eggs during IVF aren't all that uncommon. In fact, about 10-15% of eggs retrieved are immature. Abot 60% of immature eggs will mature in the lab. For a following IVF, a change in protocol is probably appropriate, with a slight change in the dose of FSH (higher) and letting the follicles grow for an extra 2-3 days before retrieval.

Good luck!

All of them were immature. I

All of them were immature. I was told this is not very common but could not seem to get any answers as to why this would happen.we did our first ivf cycle last month(feb 2010).which failed due to all 8 eggs they took out were immature and failed to mature in vitro.i was on an antagonist protocol(puregon 150 units for 11 days with orgalutran for 8 days and menopur 75 for 7 days).on day 12 i was given Pregnyl 10000I.U and on day 14 they collect my 8 immature eggs.my FSH was 7.5MIU/ml,LH4.3MIU/ml,E2 58.8pmo1/1.Can anyone advice me about immature eggs.Is there anything I can do to help my eggs mature?and i also want to know that my level are good or not?i am suffering from bilateral poly cystic ovaries? any advice will help.

At this point, you need the

At this point, you need the perspective of another fertility specialist. There are a number of fertility docs in the US and around the world who offer free phone or email consultations (or charge a small fee - which is still a bargain).

Here is an article on free fertility consultations:
http://www.thefertilityadvocate.com/wpblog/?p=1356

Here are some ones I know of:

Free Infertility E-Mail Consultation
http://www.centerforhumanreprod.com/infertility.php

East Coast Fertility
http://www.eastcoastfertility.com/

 
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