PCOS and obesity vs. donor egg surrogacy


#21

[QUOTE=“Mydreammore, post: 1870631, member: 87459”]Wow! Wow! Wow! My dear that is really incredible event! It happens to you. I can report I feel wonderful with my news. My surrogate is also pregnant my twins lie under her heart. And this makes us feel young again and full of energy.
I didn’t think you were right because it seemed you tried to solve your relation problems with help of third child. But I can’t restrain my emotions regarding the amazing fact of your progress.
I hope it will make your family stronger.[/QUOTE]
really, you also have twins!? as far as I understand, chances for this are quite high with IVF because I met many women with multiples, some of them even have quadruplets. I think it’s almost impossible when you are getting pregnant naturally. I share your happiness hon.
maybe you got me wrong. it was our dream, we wanted 3 and have been preparing for this for a long time. Now I see that he becomes softer and I’m sure that our relationship will be better for sure. Maybe it’s wrong if it’s the only reason for wanting a baby but we really want to raise more children and give them our love.
Thank you anyway. Best wishes for you and your surrogate mother x


#22

[QUOTE=“harami.lana, post: 1870634, member: 87422”]really, you also have twins!? as far as I understand, chances for this are quite high with IVF because I met many women with multiples, some of them even have quadruplets. I think it’s almost impossible when you are getting pregnant naturally. I share your happiness hon.
maybe you got me wrong. it was our dream, we wanted 3 and have been preparing for this for a long time. Now I see that he becomes softer and I’m sure that our relationship will be better for sure. Maybe it’s wrong if it’s the only reason for wanting a baby but we really want to raise more children and give them our love.
Thank you anyway. Best wishes for you and your surrogate mother x[/QUOTE]
Thank you very much! I beg my pardon if I was too outspoken to your problem. When you’re just an observer of someone’s problem and you are out of all inner events it’s hard to be objective one. You can’t understand full picture of the situation. You had a happiness to be a mom of two children and now you gonna become a mom once again. this is very good! I’m proud of your constancy to purpose. You deserved only the happy ending so let’s wait for it!
Good luck!


#23

[QUOTE=“harami.lana, post: 1870634, member: 87422”]really, you also have twins!? as far as I understand, chances for this are quite high with IVF because I met many women with multiples, some of them even have quadruplets. I think it’s almost impossible when you are getting pregnant naturally. I share your happiness hon.
maybe you got me wrong. it was our dream, we wanted 3 and have been preparing for this for a long time. Now I see that he becomes softer and I’m sure that our relationship will be better for sure. Maybe it’s wrong if it’s the only reason for wanting a baby but we really want to raise more children and give them our love.
Thank you anyway. Best wishes for you and your surrogate mother x[/QUOTE]

And yeah of course I will be a mom of beautiful twins. I lose my mind and control expecting for the moment I hug them and share my strong love.

I’d be glad having even one child but news about our future twins was about to kill us.
I mean our feelings at that moment were going to explode us! It could be the big happy boom!


#24

I am sorry that you are also undergoing through PCOS. But in your case it seems that is not the main cause. Dealing with weight has been something hard. It really needs sacrifice and dedication. I know you can make it but it might take long. But there are other options available in your case. You can have a child through surrogacy. Like what you have managed to say about surrogacy. Bio texcom is very affordable and offer quality services. You can learn more about them here


. You should also hurry as their economy package is running out. You only have till the end of the week. I believe they will sort you out. I do hope it will work out for you. You should also work out so that you revive your romance with your husband.


#25

Hello! We’re currently undergoing de ivf treatment in Ukraine. After loads of self educating and talking to many lovelies on the point & going through the same thing I’d say ukraine is a good destination for surrogacy obviously. Firstly its surrogacy friendly law. the baby is considered to be yours from the moment of conception. A surrogate has no right to keep the baby after delivery. Secondly, its affordable prices which vary from 30k to 50k euros. (Which is exclusively cheap comparing to those of the US for example.) I’m sorry you found yourself in this tough complicated case, honey. But there’s always the way out. Surrogacy must be the best option for you. This way you double your chances if not more. I believe you’re on the right path. And soon, I hope, I truly hope god will bless you with a lovely kid. If you’re still interested I can pm you with the details biotexcom performs it. Stay well and take care x


#26

Sorry to hear this. Though I believe you should try to change the perspective from torture to better health in general. You should not see losing weight as an obligation to start treatments. Since there is scientific evidence that women whose BMI is too high have lower success rates. By losing weight you don’t only get more chances of getting pregnant but also improve your general health state. IVF works in 40 per cent attempts, but having a too-high BMI only diminishes this percentage. Having a BMI of 25 is the figure recommended by experts. However, if it’s slightly higher than 26 or even 28 as a maximum you can still resort to assisted reproductive technology. Therefore, losing weight is recommended in cases where the BMI is above 28. If you can’t find the willpower, it creates feelings of anxiety in you and you are keen to start the treatment, seeing a nutritionist may be helpful. All the very best ahead!!


#27

We’ve been doing with bio texcom, Kiev. Here’s what to expect during the initial consultation. Firstly, it is to be scheduled at least 1 week ahead and contains the following activities: A set of tests depending on the program (fasting is mandatory). Consultation with a fertility specialist who will be in charge of your program (in case of stimulation you will need to have the transvaginal ultrasound check done). Consultation with a manager who will guide you through the program step by step. Signing of contracts. First payment (If you are taking medications for stimulation from the clinic, the medications are to be paid in cash on the day of consultation). Before any initial consultation you will receive the Guidelines for the Initial Consultation - failure to follow these recommendations may affect the initial consultation in a negative way. After you sign contracts and make the first payment, the medical team starts the selection process.


#28

There are different ways to treat your PCOS, natural remedies and prescription remedies. There is also changes in diet and lifestyle that can also help. Not everyone is then same and while some treatments will help some, it may not help others.
Common treatments for PCOS include:
Ovulation inducing medication. This can be prescription or natural remedies. The goal of these are to induce ovulation in those who are not ovulating. Clomid, Femara, and Soy are the most common prescription and natural ovulation inducing remedies.
Metformin is often prescribed to control blood sugar levels.
Low carb dieting, which helps insulin resistance and promotes weight loss
Exercise, which helps insulin resistance and promotes weight loss
Inositol will help insulin resistance for some.
Spearmint tea can help reduce androgen levels.
Omega 3 fatty acids will help PCOS symptoms
Vitex can regulate cycles for some with PCOS
Tribulus can help some with PCOS when used before ovulation by increasing LH.
Over the counter natural progesterone cream can help some when used after ovulation.
Prescription strength progesterone support may be needed for some. There are different forms such as oral, suppositories, and injections.
Adding obesity is somewhat different though…Do put faith in your Dr. GL!!


#29

Biotex clinic looks very modern, both in exterior and interior. All equipment is new. Everyone who comes into the clinic puts boot covers on. Everything is absolutely clean. All medical stuff wears very neat uniform with badges indicating their names. Nurses and doctors wear one shot sterile gloves. To sum up, the level of medical service is high. Finally, the clinic deals exclusively with foreigners, mainly westerns. So they try to keep up with high requirements of their clients. I was surprised that they have managers speaking so many foreign languages…All this made our stay as comfortable as it could be.


#30

Hi ladies. Just wanted to add some more facts. The truth is, the issue about how much are surrogate mothers paid and where is this practice allows is a very controversial question. As you may know, surrogacy is not allowed everywhere, but in the countries where it is allowed, there may be a great deal of restrictions, especially those relating to financial compensations.
Those countries where commercial surrogacy is banned consider that paying the surrogate for this service leaves behind the altruism this process is supposed to have. Thus, by erasing the possibility of getting a compensation, only women who are only willing to help others will be willing to become surrogates.
This also applies to intended parents and any other third party participating in the process, since there has been cases in which a woman’s body has been used unfairly. To sum up, they believe getting big amounts of money for being a surrogate may lead both the surrogate and the baby-to-be to be targeted merely as a commercial transaction.
For instance, in countries like India, where the economic status of the population is rather low, the compensation and/or payment a surrogate mother may get could be equal to that earned by a whole family in a year or various years. Such change of economic status may lead some people to end up commercializing women’s bodies.
For this reason, the following countries and US states have banned commercial surrogacy either totally or partially:
Canada: Getting any type of financial benefit for being a surrogate is a crime. However, surrogates can be compensated for the expenses derived from pregnancy, although to a maximum amount of $22k.
Australia: Commercial surrogacy is a crime as well, and may be punishable by up to two years imprisonment plus a fine of $110k for intended parents.
US states of Nevada, Virginia, and Washington: The three of them allow surrogates to get an economic compensation for the expenses derived from the process. Any contract of commercial surrogacy will be automatically void.
Brazil: Surrogacy is allowed in this country, but surrogate mothers must be an immediate family member (e.g. mother, sister, or daughter of the prospective surrogate).
Common expenses you are likely to be compensated for include: medical expenses derived from IVF and those linked to pregnancy (ultrasound scan, visits to the clinic…), dietary supplements (if necessary), lost work hours, maternity clothing, etc.
Hope this message was useful for you.


#31

Surrogacy is a selfless act. But the surrogate mother is entitled to rights and protections as well. Some of these include the right to: Have health insurance. Be informed about any medical procedure and the potential side effects. Choose her medical team if side effects develop. Have psychological help at any point during the pregnancy. Receive the compensation and/or reimbursements agreed to in the legal agreement.
There are many reasons why a couple might choose to take the route of having a baby through a surrogate mother.
Same sex couples. Gay couples, for example, will sometimes use donated eggs and the services of a surrogate mother to create a family.
Age. Many clinics have a specific age range requirement when accepting surrogates or gestational carriers.
Personal decision. Everyone has the right to build families in the way that supports their personal choices. For some women, surrogacy might be not a medical choice, but a social choice! (But it’s possible only in several countries. As in the most contries where surrogacy is legal and well regulated you’ll have to prove your disability of carrying kids yourself.)
Unterus absence. The woman in a couple wishing to start a family may not have a uterus. This can be the result of a rare genetic malformation. It’s known to affect as many as one in twelve thousand women. Or these might be the women who have had their uterus removed. Sometimes this is a necessary step in treating such medical conditions as cancer. The lack of a uterus precludes any possibility of the woman bearing a child herself.
Uterine structural problem. Less severe than the mentioned above. A woman might have an uterine defect. It makes conception of a child difficult. Or the woman cannot carry the kid to term. Sometimes, a malformation of the uterus can have little impact on conception, so that it’s still possible for the woman to carry the kid herself.
Finally, some medical conditions like heart disease, kidney disease, or severe diabetes can turn a pregnancy into a life-threatening event for mother and child alike. as might a history of certain types of cancer. Also if the woman is taking certain medicines to treat an unrelated health problem or physical condition may put an unborn child’s health at risk.
Naturally, there are many other reasons for opting to have a child via surrogacy. People who could see their dream of a biological child made reality by means of surrogacy.
The point that the former writer has been through multiple miscarriages makes her the true candidate for surrogacy. Then it’s purely her individual choice whether to use this option or not.
If you are considering going to Ukraine for surrogacy, you’ll need to prove any of this conditions.


#32

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#33

Having PCOS varies from woman to woman, here are symptoms that could indicate you have PCOS. If you feel any of these symptoms are effecting you then talk to you doctor! Not every woman with PCOS will have every symptom, and you do not have to have cysts on your ovaries to have PCOS.
Symptoms of PCOS:
Reduced menstrual cycles than normal or complete lack of having any cycles.
Some can have monthly cycles but not actually be ovulating.
Heavy bleeding during your period, and spotting in between cycles.
Hair loss on your scalp
Excess hair growth on your body such as your face, chest, back, stomach, thumbs, or toes.
Acne and oily skin
Weight gain that is mostly gained around your midsection.
Miscarriage and infertility
Insulin resistance. This can cause miscarriage, poor egg quality, and irregular periods.
Cysts on your ovaries
Difficulty to lose weight despite dieting and exercise
Multiple positive OPKs throughout your cycle, but no ovulation happens.
There is no one single test that is done to diagnose PCOS. It is more a combination of different test results and your symptoms that will lead to a diagnoses.
Common testing that is done to diagnose PCOS:
Blood tests for LH, FSH, TSH, Testosterone, Prolactin, Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Vitamin D.
Progesterone blood test on 7 days past ovulating.
Glucose tolerance test, and fasting Blood glucose numbers to check for insulin resistance.
A pelvic ultasound to check your ovaries for cysts, and to see if they are enlarged.
There are different ways to treat your PCOS, natural remedies and prescription remedies. There is also changes in diet and lifestyle that can also help. Not everyone is then same and while some treatments will help some, it may not hep others.
Common treatments for PCOS include:
Ovulation inducing medication. This can be prescription or natural remedies. The goal of these are to induce ovulation in those who are not ovulating. Clomid, Femara, and Soy are the most common prescription and natural ovulation inducing remedies.
Metformin is often prescribed to control blood sugar levels.
Low carb dieting, which helps insulin resistance and promotes weight loss
Exercise, which helps insulin resistance and promotes weight loss
Inositol will help insulin resistance for some.
Spearmint tea can help reduce androgen levels.
Omega 3 fatty acids will help PCOS symptoms
Vitex can regulate cycles for some with PCOS
Tribulus can help some with PCOS when used before ovulation by increasing LH.
Over the counter natural progesterone cream can help some when used after ovulation.
Prescription strength progesterone support may be needed for some. There are different forms such as oral, suppositories, and injections.