Thank you!

I read each and every comment on my last post regarding having an endometrial biopsy. I will call Dr. S to discuss this as well as a few other items I have that are outstanding.

Jill, that study - though a statistically small sample - sort of pushed me over the edge. The one thing I've found is that you can have the integrin one month and not another - which concerns me. I intend to ask Dr. S if it would make sense - just to be safe - to run the Lupron therapy for the 3 months prior to the transfer.

The very last thing I want is to spend this fortune and fail only to then wonder if it was a missing integrin, if it was an immune problem, if it was whatever. If I wanted to spend another 5K, I would actually ask to have CGH testing done on the embryos (which isn't totally out of the question for me), though I think Dr. S might say it's a gross waste of money when using young donor eggs.

I don't want to leave a single thing to chance.

Again, thank you all for helping me to achieve clarity here. Where would I be without the other ladies of infertility who've been down this road before me?


Jill said...

Oh, I'm so glad you found it to be helpful. That's great. Best of luck to you, hon!

Christi said...

Hi there, another CCRMer here, I know a few people who have done that lupron treatment and gone on to have success, best of luck to you!!

Lorraine said...

I think the leave-nothing-to-chance plan is the way to go - especially if the other option is to just keep trying different things. Extra expense now vs. another cycle...