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Fertility Authority’s Blog of the Week: Empty Uterus Syndrome
The blog we’d like to feature this week is Empty Uterus Syndrome.
Angela and her ex-husband tried to conceive for 4.5 years through various fertility treatments including Clomid and donor sperm intrauterine insemination (IUI). They decided it was time to move on toin vitro fertilization (IVF), and their first cycle of IVF was successful. The couple had transferred three embryos and conceived triplets, but miscarried one and gave birth to premature twins at 30 weeks gestation. Four months later, they received the surprise of a lifetime and became pregnant (naturally) with a little boy.
Since that time five years ago, Angela has divorced, remarried, and is trying to conceive again with her new husband. She was recently diagnosed with a blocked fallopian tube and believes IVF will be the route she takes toward parenthood this time around.
Angela began her blog as a way to express her feelings, concerns, trials, and triumphs through infertility. She also hoped her blog would help her connect with others going through fertility treatment. Angela says of her blog: “I hope that people in similar situations can find some comfort in knowing they're not alone!”
Please visit Empty Uterus Syndrome at: http://www.emptyuterus.com
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