Well, my question would always be, don't always assume (m/c ment.)
Daisy (Login loochieuk) Posted May 29, 2012 6:28 PM
that there is an issue with the embryos, especially for DE.
Sometimes, it is true, that luck is against you and the embryos are faulty BUT I personally would counsel that before going again, you and DH undergo some basic implantation failure/m/c testing so you can be sure that the cause of failure is not you or DH.
The testing would normally include,
DH karyotype and sperm testing (e.g. dna fragmentation etc)
DH and you infection tests e.g. ureaplasma, mycoplasma, chlamydia, Group B strep etc.
Thyroid and antithyroid antibody testing for you. What are you exact TSH numbers? TSH should be between 1 and 2 if poss.
Clotting issues - have you had testing for these?
Uterine? Hysteroscopy to check
Autoimmune issues, e.g. thyroid, RA, antinuclear antibodies? Any history of rhematoid arthritis, chrohn's etc?
Immune issues e.g. NK Cells, Tnfa, cytokines etc.
I would investigate these as well as checking that your clinic has top live birth rates for DE especially for FET?