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GRS was good. We had a good approach by Dr.Perloe and his team. I am going to have by first baby in jan 2015 after a struggle of 2 yrs. Thanks to Dr.Perloe,nurse Yolanda,Tracee and his other staff.
Priya
Alpharetta, Georgia USA - [Jul 07, 2014 - 15:57:32]


I'm so grateful that in 2006, I was advised to go to Georgia Reproductive Specialists! The staff is amazing and made a complicated process into a less overwhelming plan of action. Dr. Perloe was my fantastic doctor, as I'm sure all the doctors are excellent there, and he made excellent judgment calls to make the dream of being a mother a reality for me in 2007. The staff was supportive and I'll never forget the call from the office to tell me that I was pregnant (the nurse and I were screaming together on the phone with excitement). I was so well cared for! Could not be more grateful to have my little angel because of the expertise of GRS!
Allyson Fleugel
Frederick, MD USA - [Apr 22, 2014 - 10:10:26]


GRS is awesome! Dr. Perloe and staff are wonderful. After two failed attempts with another physician, I conceived on the 3rd try. I never gave up and kept the faith that I would be a mother. My son is 4 yrs now and I am thankful for GRS!
Regina
Douglasville, Ga USA - [Mar 12, 2014 - 17:07:14]


Yippee!! We delivered twin girls on 1/7/2014! A huge THANK YOU goes out to Dr. Kaplan and her team! From our first appointment they made us feel welcome and truly supported. Because of her trusted staff we never felt lost or alone throughout the entire procedure. It was a blessing that we were successful our very first cycle. Dr. Kaplan and her team made our dreams come true!
Aisha & Darrell
Conyers, Ga USA - [Feb 01, 2014 - 04:24:54]


Thanks to the entire staff at GRS I have a beautiful daughter that will be two in February. I came to GRS after completing several cycles with another practice. I immediately knew that GRS was different, they said they would do everything they could to make our dreams come true! 1st cycle worked like a charm!!!
Sara Jernigan
Dallas, Ga USA - [Jan 03, 2013 - 18:04:12]


Dr. Perloe is a miracle worker! My husband and I came to him when we were about to give up all hope of having children. We had been told that donor eggs were a possibility, but Dr. Perloe and his miraculous team of nurses were determined not to leave any stone un-turned. Now, we are proud to say, their efforts have paid off in a big way. We are expecting our twins in the fall. Thank you Dr. Perloe, Sheila, Yolanda, Tracey, and all of the GRS staff!
Abigail
Atlanta, GA - [Mar 22, 2012 - 12:22:40]


Dear Dr. Perloe, I wanted to especially thank you for all the help you and your staff gave me when I came to you for endometriosis.You are a very special physician that has helped so many. I also wanted to tell you some good news that my youngest son & his wife are naturally having twin daughters. We are thrilled ! God Bless you for all that you do for others. Hugz, Denee Benson Hand
Denee B. Hand
Fayetteville, Ga. USA - [Aug 14, 2011 - 01:43:04]


Thank you so much to Dr. Conway and staff!!! You all are simply amazing. As I lie here with my 1 day old son Dylan, I am so grateful to all you did to help me on my journey! Thank you all again -Lori
Lori Herman
Johns Creek, GA USA - [Jan 19, 2011 - 08:12:10]


Thank you for everything
james
london, uk - [Jan 06, 2011 - 13:42:47]


We love to share our positive and great experience with GRS. We are married for 6 years now and never conceived. We have a male factor infertility and have ICSI as the only option to concieve. We tried ICSI in Other Place for the first time last year without success. This year we found Dr. Susan Conway in Alpharetta, GA and visited her. Immediately looking at our previous reports and just looking at me, she told us the last ICSI failure might be because of my insulin resistance and PCOS that caused poor quality eggs and subsequently poor qaulity embryos. She immediately prescribed medications to control insulin resistance and we soon moved to second IVF round with my next menstrul cycle. She also came up with perfect plan for regulating my body to produce high quality eggs. I love what she did with her tremendous experience, as we got some very good quality embryos this time. The best two embryos that were transferred on day 3 made me pregnant with twins now. Expecting the babies in August 2011. This is our first ever pregnancy and me and my husband are very greatful to Dr Conway and her team. Joyce Ball, the IVF coordinator in Dr.Conway team is so caring and spent a lot of time with me and shared my emotional stress, that I specially want to mention her name here. Thank you GRS and Dr. Conway and her team is the best. I highly recommend Dr. Conway and I hope my experience can help other couples who are seeking help with infertility. I highly recommend GRS and Dr.Conway.
SREDDY
alpharetta, ga 30004 - [Dec 29, 2010 - 18:52:11]


We have been trying for the last 3 years with no luck. We visisted Dr Susan Conway in August at IVF center in alpharetta. The doctor and the staff are very caring and helpful. Dr Susan Conway suggested us to start with IUI. We are very lucky to have our second IUI successful. A very big Thanks to Dr Susan Conway and her team.
Reddy
Alpharetta, GA 30004 - [Nov 07, 2010 - 07:08:15]


Fantastic service and support. The staff was very nice and took their time in explaining every step in the process. We would highly recommend Georgia Reproductive Specialists to anyone who is looking for a friendly, experienced, knowledgeable, and supportive staff in the IVF field.
Nick Alberga
cumming, gA usa - [Aug 28, 2010 - 06:59:26]


Dr. Singleton, is the best doctor, she is kind and thoughtful, we had our first IUI and we got pregnant. what a great doctor, i encourage people to call GRS at once and ask for dr. singleton, she great!
TJ
WOODSTOCK, GA USA - [Aug 23, 2010 - 16:45:31]


Dear Dr. Perloe, Thank you...we appreciate all you did for us during our IVF treatment at GRS. Even though we are lay people, your knowledge and expertise were obvious to us from our first meeting, we immediately felt confident we had chosen the right doctor. Your support staff is top notch...
Amy
Atlanta, GA - [Aug 04, 2010 - 14:49:33]


I have had such a positive experience with GRS, that I would love to share it with anyone is in seeking fertility help. I came to Dr. Conway a few months ago to talk about my struggles with infertility. Like most women who have been in my shoes, Dr. Conway was not the first Doctor I had seen, I had shared my story and over and over again with a handful of Doctors. All who couldn't find a reason why I wasn't getting pregnant , and who left me with the famous words " your young, don't worry". I was so relieved to meet with Dr. Conway, although clinically she agreed with my previous doctors, the difference was she offered me a PLAN!!! This was what I had been looking for, my husband and I knew we couldn't be left to keep trying unsuccessfully on our own. We then went through a round of IUI, which was planned out and totally stressfree, thanks to Dr. Conway"s caring staff. Then finally, even after having a disappointing 18 months of trying and failing on our own, my husband and I felt like the luckiest couple to have our IUI treatment work the FIRST ROUND! We owe a huge thanks to Dr. Conway and her team!!! new baby October 2010!
Diana Duggan
alpharetta, GA United States - [Mar 17, 2010 - 12:41:46]


Dr. Perloe gave my husband and I 3 wonderfully healthy and beautiful children and we thank him greatly...please continue to bring happiness to other families who are struggling with infertility.
Sena Keller
Stone Mountain, GA Dekalb - [Feb 20, 2010 - 17:05:05]


Words cannot describe my gratitude for Dr. Perloe and his staff. I had twins two years ago on my second IVF attempt. Thank you GRS!!!
Carol
Decatur, GA USA - [Feb 17, 2009 - 10:25:44]


Dr. Stephanie Singleton was my Doctor in Charleston, SC. I really loved working with her.
Jennifer Wilson
Florence, SC USA - [Jan 28, 2009 - 12:00:25]


I can't thank Dr. Perloe and his staff enough for all they did for me and my husband. Their compassion, determination, and thoroughness made it possible for us to have our beautiful daughter, who will be six years old on Sunday.
Tammy Newman
Senoia, Georgia USA - [Jan 06, 2009 - 17:37:55]


I wanted to let everyone know that I was a patient of GRS in 2005 and 2006. My experience with Dr. Perloe and his staff was amazing. I went to several other facilities prior to coming to GRS and found that the care I received at GRS was always done with the goal of making sure I was healthy and could deliver a healthy baby. Needless to say my husband are so blessed that we trusted GRS, and are now proud parents of 2 beautiful and intelligent little boys. We have a few frozen embryos left and are looking forward to vacationing in GA this summer and starting treatment for FIT. Hopefully we will be blessed with another little miracle. I would highly recommend Dr. Perloe and his staff. They are wonderful people who care and will tell you if they can make your dreams a reality, they were a blessing for me and my family. Thank you Dr. Perloe and GRS for our little blessings. V. Sellers
Shronda Sellers
Fernandina Beach , FL - [Jan 05, 2009 - 13:12:30]


I love you guys. Honestly out of the bottom of my heart. Dr. Kaplin and Nurse Starr are wonderfull. I dont know what I would have done with out them.
Nikki Nash
Newnan, Ga USA - [Oct 09, 2008 - 11:38:11]


Love the new website Dr P! Looks great and has all the wonderful info we've come to expect! Great job!
Yancey
woodstock, ga - [Aug 17, 2008 - 21:39:18]


I just completed my first IVF cycle which was unsuccessful. Your team was so positive and comforting through the whole process. I am glad that my infertility led me to such a caring group. Your website has been a real help.Thanks to all of you. I look forward to working with you when I undergo my second attempt.
Celia
McDonough, Georgia USA - [Aug 16, 2008 - 17:06:17]


thankyou so much for this site. i realy appreciate that you guys take the time to actualy answer questions via email. it is so wonderful and i realize you cant get to everybody, but we are all greatful and very happy you provide such a wonderful service. you all are a realy big help, and it is a comfort when going through a rough time ,that you are here to help. thanks so much. ashley
ashley
wyanet, il us - [Sep 02, 2007 - 14:56:53]


My doctor told me the only way to have a child would be with donor egg, My insurance covers this but what I am looking for is split donor egg would anyone out ther be intrerested?
Paula Ellison
middletown, RI usa - [May 14, 2007 - 07:48:03]


I am really glad to go through this website. It is of great help to students like me who are really interested to pursue a career in ART. It gives us a great knowledge by reading various research papers by Dr. Tukker, Dr. Perloe, Dr. Kaplan, Dr. Susan. Thank you all for such a wonderful site which helps everyone.
Zankruti Parmar
AHMEDABAD, GUJARAT INDIA - [Apr 18, 2007 - 20:47:21]


Hi everyone I am 21 years old and my husband is 25. We have been married for 2 years and have been trying to conceive every since. This october I was pregant with an ectopic. I had my right tube removed and found out that my left tube was partially blocked. This month my husband and I are starting IVF. Just remember that God is on your side and never give up! I ask that your prayers are with me.
Ryanne McCray
Lake Mary, Fl - [Mar 10, 2007 - 06:50:49]


My husband and I know that IVF is our only chance for our own children. We have been married almost six years and know that we are ready to take this step. The only thing holding us back is the cost. We are your average couple living on the average income. IVF is a very expensive process. Can anyone give us suggestions on how we can afford and how to begin treatment?
April Griffin
Montgomery, AL 36109 - [Mar 04, 2007 - 08:03:30]


I'm 42 and am scheduled for IVF in April 2007. However my fertility specialist is very negative and it's affecting me. Our problem is male infertility, everything with my reporductive system is fine. Is there anyone out there in my age group that can offer me any advice or support, do I have a chance?
jane
pittsburgh, pa usa - [Feb 22, 2007 - 09:45:07]


I am 28 and my husband and I have been trying to conceive for almost a year. I been on Clomid (50mg) for 5 cylces with no luck. My husband has been tested and everything was fine. I just had laparoscopy last week to check for endometriosis and no signs of endomet was found. My doc ran dye through my tubes and they were wide open. He did find a blood filled cyst on my left ovary (2nd cyst removed off left ovary and I had 1 rupture on my right ovary). The only thing my doc told me was since he removed the cyst I should ovulate better. I have heard that flushing out the tubes sometimes works???? I look forward to hearing stories and advice. Good luck to all!!!
Stephanie Andrews
McDonough, GA USA - [Feb 13, 2007 - 09:52:12]


HI my is Seneca ,and I just found out today that my doctor told me that I couldn`t have any kids because they had to take both of my tubes out and my only option is ivf. what shall I do ...Will some someone please help me.MY E-mail is shields_seneca@yahoo.com
seneca
stonemountain, ga dekalb - [Jan 25, 2007 - 15:19:41]


I am really glad I found this site. It answered a few questions I had. I was told a year ago that I had endometroisois, had surgery to help it. A few days ago I went to a different GYN and while reviewing my records found that I have a few more problems than just endo. The other doc never told me anything. My fallopian tubes and overies are attached to my colon and my tubes are enlarged. Me and my husband have been trying to get pregnant for 7 months now. I wasn't sure if this was normal or not. That is my story. Thank you guys for posting things it helps other people. Every Lady trying to get pregnant you are in my prayers.
Jen
Boynton Beach , Fl USA - [Dec 29, 2006 - 09:57:10]


Thanks to this IVF.com I had all the information I need. I once had a "CHOCOLATE CYST" (8.4x8.4 in size)in my right ovary and Fallopian tube. My daughter "Mary Barbie" and I were just lucky enough to have such a great & experienced OBGYN. It was a great miracle to survive and enjoy life. For those women with Endometriosis, I know you can survive it, too. God Bless and More Power!
Barbie Marie Tamano-Ortiz
Mandurriao, Iloilo City/Bandar Seri Begawan, Philippines/Brunei Darussalam - [Dec 13, 2006 - 04:13:35]


I just want everyone to know that there is "Hope". Last year of July, I posted a message after my IUI failed. I was about to give up. I have PCOS and my husband and I have been trying for over 5 yrs. After 1 failed IUI and 2 miscarriages in a row. I am happy to say that we are expecting a baby boy X-mas 2006.I was on fertility shots,Metforming and Heparin. Please don't give up! Ever!!! The roller coaster ride does come to a end. Goodluck ladies, your in my prayers.
Jane
Warner Robins, GA USA - [Dec 08, 2006 - 08:04:23]


Happy I found this site. I highly recommend Dr. Carolyn Kaplan. I used to work with her in Santa Monica way back in the day. She helped me concieve my daughter. Dr. Kaplan is a caring gentle individual and is very thourough. You meet her and she makes you feel like family. If you see this ,, Hi CK!!
Hope Martinez-Torres
San Bernardino, CA USA - [Oct 20, 2006 - 07:28:17]


Hello all. I am glad that I have found this site. I found out that I have PCOS, 2 weeks ago. What they can not figure out is that I have been pregnant 3 times and one of those times has resulted in my son Ethan who is 1 1/2. He really is our angel. I then after having him became regular with my period that had never happened. Then I got pregnant again and loss the baby 4 months in. I have not had a regular period since then. It has been about a year. We are now going into trying metamorfin, now that they have diagnosed me. I hope that this works. I am not about to accept that I will not have any more children. I have beaten the odds once and will do it again. Good Luck to everyone.
Michelle
Merrill, WI US - [Oct 16, 2006 - 19:58:44]


This is a very useful site,thank you.
NAZAR DESSOUKI
CHELMSFORD, ESSEX UK - [Aug 26, 2006 - 13:53:13]


Hi! I'm 35 yrs old,I had tubal ligation after my third child when I was 22. My husband and I separated and a few years after I met someone and we've been living together for almost 7 years now.Im happy and I feel lucky to have met him because he loves my kids too, but I could feel his longing to have a child of his own. We learned about IVF but we cant afford the cost. If anyone with a kind and a good heart would help us with the cost of one cycle,please don't hesitate to e-mail us. It will be such a blessing...I need to keep this family, a family I haven't had since my childhood.Thank you and GOD BLESS US ALL...
mel
cebu City, Philippines - [Aug 16, 2006 - 19:18:48]


I was diagnosed with PCOS last year and for the past 8 months have been trying coceive with fertility options. My doctor recently told us we need to choose b/t IVF or the Ovarian Drilling. I would be very interested to hear anyone's stories with Ovarian Drilling, if it worked, how long it took to conceive, etc. We are trying to decide which option to do. Thanks and best of luck to all of you as well.
brooke
mt. pleasant, SC USA - [Jul 31, 2006 - 19:01:28]


Hello all, My husband Peter and I both have fertility problems. I was dianosed with PCOS earlier this year and was put on Clomid while we were waiting for Peters tests to come back, I only had a level of 5, I needed to have a level of 30, so I was devastated then the blow that Peter has a blockage and cysts..we get his results on August 1st and we're hoping there is sperm behind the blockage, we then see my specialist on August 10th where hopefully, we find out if we can be treated.. Please pray for us both and good luck to everyone who are trying for a baby... I will pray for you all.
Janet
Liverpool, Merseyside England - [Jul 23, 2006 - 10:31:35]


Hi I am 25 years old. I was diagnosed with PCOS a few years ago. My husband and I have been trying to have a baby for about 4 years now. I want to try ovarian drilling one of my cousins who was going through the same things I am tried Ovarian Drilling and is now having her second child. Has anyone else had good results with ovarian drilling?
Barbara
Phoenix, az usa - [Jul 09, 2006 - 18:05:38]


Hi, My name is Pam. My husband and I have been trying to have a baby for about 10 yrs. I just find out that I have PCOS. I started Metformin 850 MG this week. I can't wait to see if it is going to help. This site has been helpful in making me think positive about my treatments.
Pam B
,GA usa - [Apr 05, 2006 - 15:54:09]


I found this information to be very informative..thanks.
Judith G
- [Apr 03, 2006 - 09:35:33]


Very interesting page. I've been reading the stress related information and it's quite complete. Thanks. sensatio.com
Albert G
, - [Apr 03, 2006 - 08:47:48]


HI, My name is Julie and I just got diagnosed w.PCOS about 7 months ago. My husband and I have been trying to have a child for around 5 years now, and every day I get more anxious and depressed. I've been on chlomid 5 times (even on 250mg) and I just started metformin. Are there any other options of conceiving naturally before we need to go through IVF?????
Julie E
MA - [Mar 30, 2006 - 08:31:32]


hi, my name is tanya and im 18 years of age. i was told that i had PCOS about 3 months ago and i dont know what to think about it as none of family members have had and the doctor i saw about gave me medicine that made me really sick i have been told that i cant have kids and i dont know what to do i hope every one that has PCOS knows that they are not alone i hope everyone still has the chance of having kids best wishes to you all
Tanya C
Adelaide, sa adelaide - [Mar 29, 2006 - 22:20:38]


Hi all. I'm 24 and was diagnosed with endo on Valentine's of this year. I only have stage 2 and when I had my lap done, they cauterized the endo cells. They say I may still be able to have children. I hope so! I've been dating the love of my life for 3 yrs and we're planning on getting married and having a family together. A lot of your stories bring me hope. Thank-you for that. My prayers are out to all of us! God Bless.
Brenda W
MB Canada - [Mar 24, 2006 - 00:52:44]


I just lost my baby recently and I am very heartbroken about it I have been trying to find stories about this becauase I'm not so well and my family thinks I need a doctor. This is my way of dealing with my miscarriage. I just wanted to say thanks this website helped.
Krystal A
Brantford, Canada - [Mar 06, 2006 - 20:38:57]


Hello my name is Atu. I am 37 years old, my husband and I have been married for 17years. We have done 3 ivf that has failed and another ivf Feb.20th,2006. We are waiting on the result. I just wanted to tell eveyone to keep the faith.
Atu H
mount vernon, wa america - [Feb 22, 2006 - 03:58:18]


Hi, I am 36 years old and have been trying to get pregnant for 22 months. My husband has a daughter from a previous relationship, and we have had his sperm count checked, and he is fine. I have had a HSG and my tubes are not blocked, and I have also tried clomid twice, with no success. I really do not like the side effects that come from clomid, but I will do whatever it takes to become a mother. We have an appointment with one of the doctors on this site on friday to discuss artificial insemination as the first steps...has anyone else tried this after using clomid with no success?
Tracie E
Cumming, GA USA - [Feb 21, 2006 - 04:13:16]


hi i am 42 i had an ectopic pregnancy 2yrs ago which left me with 1 tube and that is blocked i really want another baby and am in desperate need of info of where 2 go and what 2 do the docs arnt helpin and the gynaclogyst said its 2 risky 2 operate plz help send me an email if you no anythin thanx
Angela O
sheffield, england - [Feb 19, 2006 - 10:20:17]


I am 25 years old and after 4 miscarrages my Doctor put me on Heparin, Asa, and Progesterone. I am also starting Clomid this month. Has anyone been on these Meds before and Had a succesful pregnancy?? How many cycles of Clomid does it take?? Thanks
Stacie T
Monterey, ca - [Feb 19, 2006 - 07:57:48]


I had a tubal ligation 5 years ago. I don't want to undergo reversal, I was most interested in IVF. Maybe information could be provided referring me to specialists in my area that provide these services.
Mychelle C
Meridian, MS USA - [Feb 17, 2006 - 08:03:07]


my husband&i have been trying 4 a child for 8-9 years with no success.we've had the tests & it was discovered i have a raised prolactin level and dont ovulate.I have been taking cabergoline 4 a year & have had normal results 4 6 months-in this time i should be pregnant & havent,my doc has decided 2 do 2 more blood tests 2 discover if i am ovulating,if i am then he the next step is ivf,if not then pills 2 stimulate my ovaries.i won't know until May & the prospect of ivf terrifies me,i've heard so many stories about how difficult & stressful it can be & how marraiges break up due to the emotional stress & i dont want this to happen!how do couples cope?
Belinda S
Liverpool, uk - [Feb 03, 2006 - 11:07:59]


My 70 yr old friend has recently married a 24 yr old lady. She wants to have his baby. Is this possible or is he too old to be fertile, he is very concerned about this. He is very fit for his age and longevity is in his family genes. He is too embarassed to ask anybody and wants me to help.
David S
Brisbane, QLD Australia - [Jan 25, 2006 - 15:06:16]


Hi, Im Debbie I am 25 yrs old and I have endometriosis. I did the laporoscopy last february and it was cofirmed. I worry every day that I will not have children I always wanted to have a family and it terrifies me that I will never be able to. my fiance and I have only started trying four months now to get pregnat but it seems like four years to me.I hope i will get pregnant soon.If anyone needs to talk send me an email. It would be nice to talk to someone who is in a similar situation.
Debbie-ann S
- [Jan 19, 2006 - 03:44:27]


Hi i'm 26 years old, and me and my husband are trying to have a baby for over 2 years.I have my tube blocked so at the and of July i did a laporoscopy to try to open them up.Apparently it didnt work! I cant affort the IVF my husband is in the military so is not covered.I was wonder if anybody can help me with some information, i'm willing to offer my eggs in change of help.Email me at fabifebo dot gmail.com. Thank you
Fabiana F
columbia, MD USA - [Jan 13, 2006 - 07:46:08]


I am now 26yrs. found out I definitly had endo when I was 20, but had much pain since I was about 15yrs. Since then I have had 4 lapro. surgeries. My husband and I had a daughter a year ago after trying for almost 4yrs. She pasted away 24days after her birth. Things have been hard and continue to be trying again. I have been on clomid for 6months and I just had another surgery so I get to continue with the clomid for another 6months. I continue to pray and will for the rest of the women who know where I am coming from, when I say, "God, why me?" Keep the faith ladies.
Amanda G
Raleigh, NC USA - [Jan 12, 2006 - 13:42:30]


Dignosed with Endo. at 24, suffering menapause at 34, I am now 36. My husband of 8 yrs. has now decided that having children "just wasn't part of the Big Guy's plan". I can NOT accept that and want to try IVF with an egg donated from one of my 2 younger sisters. How can I help him understand how important it is to me to have a family of my own? He doesn't want a child that is not ours.
Christina G
Jackson, GA USA - [Jan 06, 2006 - 08:26:33]


Hello! I am 35, I had a problem with pragnant. I have endometriosis. But now I am pragnant from IVF, but from donor. And now problem with my new frend. He want make abort. Can you tell me, its very danger??
Ivanova A
Moscow, Russia - [Dec 20, 2005 - 01:38:05]


Hi all, my wife and I have been married for over 8 years and have been unable to conceive on our own. I have Cystic Fibrosis and we are pursuing in vitro due to our infertility. Would love to hear from anyone else who has gone through this. We have so many questions. Thanks.
Brian J
Hoover, AL - [Dec 19, 2005 - 10:12:06]


I have just gone through my first cycle of IVF and it did not work,which affected me deeply. Both my tubes are blocked and I am 40 years old , so that's two strikes againt me. If anyone has any advice that would be helpful for my next attempt i would love to hear from you.
Hope H
Toronto, ON Canada - [Dec 11, 2005 - 15:50:19]


Hello, I am 32 and my wife just turned 29 and we are about to go through our first In Vitro coming up here in about a month. This will be her first time taking the medications, I have a low count and many of the sperm are missing a chromasome that penetrates the egg. I hope that this In Vitro works out for us. If not, we will be doing a second one with the frozen embreyos.
Michael S
Rapid City, SD USA - [Dec 08, 2005 - 14:43:58]


I am 33 years old. My partner and I want to have a child together..hopefully a little girl!! I'm just beging the process of researching sperm donations,etc. I'm hoping to be pregnant no later then my 35th birthday..that gives us 16 months.
Kathryn V
Denver, CO USA - [Dec 08, 2005 - 07:35:30]


I'm married for 3 years and my husband and I have been trying to have a baby ever since. I was recently had a HSG and it diagnosed my left fallopian tubed is blocked. My doctor plans to prescribe Clomid to increase my chances of conceiving. I am wondering if this is the right thing to do to increase my chances.
Faith G
Decatur, GA USA - [Dec 08, 2005 - 02:04:44]


I'm 38 yrs old, married for 3 years. Recently found out that I have a small intramural fibroid. I'm considering IVF, but was told that the fibroid would have to be removed first, then wait for 3 months to try. Does anyone have any information? I'm scheduled for a consultation in January and I want to have all the info/questions together prior to my appt. Thanks!
Kim J
Snellville, GA - [Dec 06, 2005 - 10:30:19]


Hey my name is Amber. I am 16 yrs. old and I was diagnosed with PCOS almost one month ago! Everyday I wake up nowing that I am not going to be able to have kids and it just doesn't let me know that I am going to be able, too! My doctor is doing hardly nothing about it and seems like he doesn't care! All he did was give me birth control pills and they are not working! I don't know what to do anymore!
Amber R
Russell Springs, Kentucky USA - [Dec 05, 2005 - 08:57:14]


Hell--my name is Janet. I am 25 years old, soon to be 26 in Feb this coming year. I was diagnosed with endometriosis last July. Since then I have had two laperscopies. My husband I were going to continue to push on but it is very costly. However, I was just awarded the honor of being the new "Mrs. Virginia International". With this new title I am using Endometriosis as my platform. I want to raise awareness of this disease in the medical and social communities. I feel very passionate about my cause. And my question is--does any one know how I could go about doing a funrasier for the cause of Endometriosis? Would any one be willing to sponsor me? Please let me know!
Janet M
Buena Vista, VA 24416 - [Nov 29, 2005 - 12:13:53]


HI, sisters: I am almost 34 years old. And I really want to have a kids. My husband and I have tried for 2 year, but no luck. We want to try IUI or IVF. I live in Bellevue, wa, in the Seattle area. Could some one recommand me a nice clinic and doctor for this? Thanks a lot.
Laura D
Bellevue, WA US - [Nov 22, 2005 - 13:20:27]


Hello. I am 23 years old. In this january, I will have been married for six years. I noticed when I got married, I was having abdominal pains to where my husband had to rush me to the ER. They didn't find out what was wrong with me, just sent me home when the pains went away a couple of hours later with pain medication. I had went to a couple of doctors, and none of them could find out what was wrong with me. I had a cyst in my right ovary which was causing all that pain, and I had been diagnosed with Endometreosis. For six years, I have been hoping to have my family. So my husband and I are going to give this IVF a try. Wish me luck!!!
MaryAnn P
Denver, CO USA - [Nov 18, 2005 - 11:02:28]


Hi im stephanie a 19 year old who has found out last week she has endo. this is very hard for me, mostly because i dont know anything about endo. Also i am very afraid i wont be able to have kids, this site is really great. its nice to find people going through the same thing as me. im sad alot and it would really be nice to have somone to talk to that is going through the same thing.. thank you all and good luck oh yea and ps dont give up hope!!
Stephanie P
Ptitsburgh, Pa Us - [Nov 01, 2005 - 07:15:43]


I am 22 years old. Have been married since I was 19 years old. I found out a couple of years ago that I had Endometrosis, and have had a laprascopy surgery to verify that I have it. She removed it. I bought one of those ovulation kits along time before that, And It never showed a peak fertility, only a High. I dont think I have Ever ovulated. If This is true. How can I get pregnant?? Is IVF my only option??? Please email me if you have anything to add to this or if there is something you can help me with. Thanks
Jamie P
Korea - [Oct 24, 2005 - 18:57:05]


I am 30 yrs.old with 2 kids 8,10 but, i have no tubes due to 2 ectopic pregs. my husband and i are doing invitro ow i started gonal f shots and i am due for retreival on fri. and mon. for implant. i am very nervous and anxious to know if it will work. anyone that has been through this email me for support thanks
JESSICA F
OCEAN, NJ USA - [Oct 24, 2005 - 07:01:43]


i did ivf in 2000 and it was successful and i have a daughter. i have 11 embory and dont know what to do with them. can anyone help me with to solve this . i'm 45 yrs. old and dont know if i should try again. help help help.
Ora K
morrow, ga usa - [Oct 16, 2005 - 14:54:11]


I am 32y old and I have 3 children. I had my tubes tied 1 year after having my son. We now really want to have another child, but can not afford to go through IVF. If any one would want to cover the cost of one cycle with all the expences, I would donate unused embreos or eggs which ever is chosen. I am sure with me have 2 of my children 14 months apart that we would not have a problem producing planty to share. Just email me.
Carrie S
ohio USA - [Oct 12, 2005 - 20:49:33]


hi im 20 ears old and have endometriosis i found out about it 4 months ago after alot of years being in pain i was just wondering if any one could give me some different ways of treatment
Jenni S
perth, w.a australia - [Oct 11, 2005 - 18:45:47]


Hello, my name is Stephanie and I am 32 yrs old. I have tried 3 cycles of IVF and all have failed. I just have visited Dr. Perloe here in Atlanta to see what his thoughts were. He wants to try a different protocol on me he said the one my previous docs used is what he uses on women who are 38 yrs and older. In the past there has been some questions on my egg quality. I recently did the clomis challenge test and everything was fine or it did not show that I was in pre mature ovarian failure. I guess I am wondering if anyone out there has had simalar problems and what should I do. I really want to try another cycle with Dr.Perloe but I almost want to go ahead with a donor egg or maybe even saragotte mother. Any thoughts???
Stephanie S
Pelzer, SC USA - [Oct 11, 2005 - 09:45:43]


HI...I am 27 years old and have had PCOS for about 10 years.I have been married to my wonderful husband for 5 years.And we want a baby bad but unfortunately it's not happening.I don't know what will happen in the future but I sympathize with each and everyone of you ladies who can't have a child of your own.You have to keep in mind "If it is truely meant to be ,it will happen."That's how I cope..everyday.Good Luck to all of you! Nadine
Nadine J
Kitchener, ON Canada - [Oct 07, 2005 - 14:58:31]


i am 18 years old and i have just been told by my doctor that i have got pcos. i am really worried that i will never be able to have children and i really dont know how to go about the situation. i could really do with some help to over come my shock and to have someone explain it to me that understands. if anyone wants to contact me please email me on devlin_16@hotmail.com thanx x x x
Nicola S
birmingham, - [Oct 03, 2005 - 10:16:47]


Dr. Perloe is awesome! and his staff too! He took exceptional care of my daughter that has a reproductive birth defect. He was very respectful of her young and tender age. I would highly recommend him.
Dana M
Dacula, GA USA - [Sep 23, 2005 - 15:56:13]


I have been dealing with chronic pelvic pain since I was 12 (9 yrs). All the females on my moms side have been diagnosed with endometriosis and have all had hysterectomy's because of it. My GYN P.A. put me on oral contraceptives, which helped but the pain was still sometimes too much to bare.I have tried for years to have a simple laparoscopy done to see if I also have endometriosis, but was turned away and told to just stay on birth control.Even though this will ease my mind,I am still so very worried about the rate of infertility with this disease.I am just hoping there is somebody who understands what I am going through and will have some answers and hope for me
Sarah T
fort ann, ny us - [Sep 18, 2005 - 14:14:21]


I enjoyed this website it is nice to know that i am not alone. I am 25 and have had endo for 7 years. Many surgerys, Lupron shots, now a new drug Letrozol, to help supress the endo. I have had one miscarrage, and at this point in time and not looking to have children. If anyone has any info on this new drug for endo Please share with me. Thanks!!!!!!
Carmen D
Rouses Point, NY Clinton - [Sep 11, 2005 - 17:45:33]


Hi, This site is very supporting. I recenly had IVF but miscarried at 5W4D. I am planning to go for second. Please mail me your suggestions and tips for success. You can also ask me some questions, hope I will be able to answer with my little experience. Thanks in advance.
Amulya T
- [Sep 07, 2005 - 12:57:55]


Hi this is a wonderful site. I am 22 years old and has had endometriosis for 3 years now. I have had 2 losses and now I am on my first round of Clomid. So hopefully a successful pregnancy comes soon. Good luck to everyone.
Stephanie C
Goldsboro, NC USA - [Aug 30, 2005 - 20:14:06]


Hello. I'm 31y old and my boyfriend is 39y old. I just finished my second IVF. Unfortunately its failed. And now i'm looking for somebody, who have also had IVF.Sucessfully or not, it doesnt matter. I just wanna talk to somebody, find out how other people feels during this curing etc. I wanna compare with my own feelings, to find out, maybe i did something wrong during this curing period and after embryo transfer.I wanna start IVF again after some monthes.Maybe somebody can share with me their experiences.I really would be happy about that. And sorry for bad english.It's not my mother tongue and i'm not speaking it vell well. waiting for responses. Thanks. Triina
Triina A
Estonia - [Aug 27, 2005 - 23:11:32]


When I met my husband he'd already had 3 girls. I have the honor to help raise the two younger ones with him. However I long for a child of my own. We have been through one surgery. My tubes had lots of scar tissue. I was going to go through with the rest of the IVF, however our health-care did change and no longer would pay as much. Ladies remember there is no price on life. If you want it bad enough go find away. I have been having dreams of having my very own and they come often. I believe this is a sign from God to start my IVF again and try once more. These doctors are God's gift to us. Thank them often. Best wishes to all...~smiles~
Angie L
Carrollton, GA USA - [Aug 16, 2005 - 10:48:55]


I'm 25 yrs old and they think I have endometriosis. When I was 20 and was in the military, I had the laparoscopy surgery and they discover that both of my tubes were blocked with scar tissue and adhesions. Five years later and now they come at me with this endometriosis. The one thing in life that women should be able to do naturally has been taken away from me and I don't understand. I've always vision myself as a mother.[ I know I would be a great mom. I don't know how to deal with my situation, I am going crazy. I find myself asking the same question day after day "Why Me?". I just don't understand. And once again I ask this question "Why Me?".
Ashanti McKinney
LA - [Aug 09, 2005 - 12:42:40]


Hi, My name is Jane. My husband and I have been married for 5 years.I'm on Follistim shot, I produced 11 eggs. On the 16, 17 of July,an IUI procedure was done,everything was in our favor. On July 28th I started bleeding. Physically I am fine, but I am not emotinally. I am starting with fertility shots all over again.It's such an emotional roll-a-coaster.Some of my friends say that I can always adopt,but they don't seemed to understand that I want "My own baby" that my husband and I created together.I want to experience the miracle.For everybody that is going through this painful journey. Just keep on trying...Please feel free to e-mail me at:afwifejc@yahoo.com
Jane C
Warner Robins, GA Houston - [Aug 01, 2005 - 06:56:49]


I am a 32 teacher and have been trying to get pregnant for over 10 years. I just had surgery to remove endometriosis and BOTH of my tubes. My only hope of getting pregnant is IVF and my husband and I are having a hard time finding the money to fund it. My heart breaks every month when my period comes and every time a new teacher at my school gets pregnant. It is so hard to face women who are pregnant when all I want is a baby. May God Bless everyone else who wants a baby like I do and those who are fortunate enough to have one.
Brenda S
Hertford, NC USA - [Jul 29, 2005 - 12:47:42]


HI all This is a good site
Biola A
stockbridge, Ga - [Jun 30, 2005 - 09:36:32]


This site has been very helpful and it is nice to be able to hear others stories because it makes me feel normal. I am 23, getting married, with endometrosis. I only have one-side left and am anxious to have kids. I have my ups and downs but just want to get pregnant and can not seem to. Thanks for your all your stories! Thanks
Alice H
San Diego, CA USA - [Jun 29, 2005 - 12:43:56]


My husband and I are scheduled for IVF but we have questions. I think this site is great and I hope the women in here can answer my questions.
Dez E
Seattle , WA USA - [Jun 29, 2005 - 10:05:32]


hi there i got hold of this site by typing the wrong thing but i find that it is very informative and so i am just overwelmed with all the information that i am getting. i am 25 years old experienced problem with my period sometime ago had a ultrasound i was told everything looks fine however I read the result myslef and SAW "SUPICIOUS OF POLYCYSTIC OVARIES" hence the reason why i was on the net. so if anyone know what this mean please shar. i have also optioned to seek another doctor who speaks english (lol) maybe he could help in explaining what are my chances of getting pregnant one day. i wish everyone well
Della P
Castries, St. Lucia - [Jun 22, 2005 - 09:17:09]


Hey everyone.i'm just looking for some real information from anyone who knows first hand..what should expect? i'm going for IVF/ICSI in september but no one has told me anything, i have rang the hospital so many times but i cant get any answers. i know this site is brilliant but i would like to talk to someone who's been there. please
Rachel B
Dublin, Ireland - [Jun 21, 2005 - 04:26:08]


I have had 8 miscarriages in 8 years. I finally found out the I had a genetic disorder and was told that I won't be able to have children. I was devistated. After finally giving up hope, my husband and I got preganant again. After having 32 sonograms, my little boy was born healthy and happy. I am 36 and he is now 6 1/2 months old and he is my life. This is the first web site I have found that actually gives support. I have decided to write a book on woman and there husbands experiences to help other woman. Please email me your story with permission to put it in my book. People need to know what we go through loosing a baby. DO NOT GIVE UP.
April S
Richardson, TX USA - [Jun 15, 2005 - 09:16:08]


I am only 24 and I had to have a Hysterectomy at age 22 because I was suffering with Endometriosis. I still have one tube and one ovary, but am experiencing the early stages of menopause. I would love nothing more than to have another child. I am checking into IVF and hoping for the best. I almost think I could have been okay without the surgery, but I still have problems today with the Endometriosis, the pain never fully goes away.
Amanda C
Winchester, VA USA - [Jun 03, 2005 - 06:02:03]


I have Endometriosis, I have had both tubes removed, I've had 5 surgeries to drain cysts from both ovaries. I am 32 years old, me and my husband are doing IVF because we really desire to be parents. It has been really hard to get pregnant. My husband and I have gone through so much. Well I am now on meds to try for the third time to get pregnant. I have 8 frozen embryos, they are going to put 4 this time. Well I am praying to God that he can give me that wish of being a mother. Do not give up on your dreams.
Silvia D
Vallejo, CA Solano - [Jun 01, 2005 - 08:55:32]


having been recently informed that my tubes are not patent due to fibroid and adhesion complications,i was at a loss`and without hope till i stumbled upon the webpage. The wealth of information and advise (on every conceivable) question i had, has gone a long way in clarifying my path. Thank You
NNEKA E
Brussels, Belgium - [Jun 01, 2005 - 07:18:12]


This is a great resourse for my needs. I needed help with my pelvic pain but you have helped.
melom
osaka, japanese - [May 31, 2005 - 18:06:32]


I look forward to my PCOS treatment with Dr Perloe. I have heard so many great things on Dr Perloe's PCOS knowledge. My appt was May 13 and am excited about my treatment and new lifestyle!!
Jenny H
Atlanta, GA USA - [May 31, 2005 - 04:20:21]




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