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#1 Mamasita204

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Posted 08 October 2017 - 05:41 PM

Are there any movies/shows out there about IF that you've seen? Were any realistic?

Here's my list so far:

Friends from College (funny trigger shot episode)
Vegas Baby- documentary
Fuller House -IVF is finally brought up in Season3
Back-up plan- more of just a romance

Any others you might recommend?

#2 writegal416

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 02:00 PM

If you want to go way back, there was a storyline on ER where Kerry was trying to have a baby. I recall it didn't have a happy outcome.... :(


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Surrogate's Fourth Transfer:  February 2018 - was to be a double transfer, but one did not survive thawing, so single transfer; First beta - 685!!!!!; Beta #2 - 1594!!!  eusa_dance.gif yahoo.gif

First ultrasound (at 7 weeks, 2 days): Heart rate of 154 bpm, measuring slightly behind (just under 7 weeks)

Second ultrasound (9 weeks, 1 day):  Heart rate of 170 bpm, measuring small (again) at a little under 9 weeks.  Basically, it is growing at a good pace, just small - UPDATE:  heart rate is 175 bpm according to an email from the clinic! 

Harmony tests show that we are low risk and we're Team babyboy.gif


#3 wannabeamama

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Posted 17 October 2017 - 08:30 AM

Also some time ago, Grey's Anatomy season 6/7: Meredith and Derek had fertility issues and she was on some meds for a bit.  I don't think they were too accurate with her diagnosis though.  They said she had a "hostile uterus," not sure if that is a real condition.

 

It's nice that more recent shows are starting to explore this issue with more accuracy.


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#4 Mamasita204

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Posted 18 October 2017 - 08:23 PM

Ya I remember those episodes. I didn't realize at that time that I would also have a "hostile uterus"!! Lol

#5 Mamasita204

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Posted 18 October 2017 - 08:31 PM

I just remembered another movie. "How to be single"(2016)
One of the characters is an OBGYN and decides to get pregnant using a sperm donor. It's a funny movie.

#6 Abrianna

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Posted 22 October 2017 - 07:56 PM

The Switch (2010) with Jennifer Aniston is a funny comedy that involves at home insemination with donor sperm.

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#7 writegal416

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Posted 23 October 2017 - 12:38 PM

Don't forget Baby Mama.  


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First ultrasound (at 7 weeks, 2 days): Heart rate of 154 bpm, measuring slightly behind (just under 7 weeks)

Second ultrasound (9 weeks, 1 day):  Heart rate of 170 bpm, measuring small (again) at a little under 9 weeks.  Basically, it is growing at a good pace, just small - UPDATE:  heart rate is 175 bpm according to an email from the clinic! 

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#8 Mamasita204

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Posted 02 December 2017 - 09:48 PM

writegal416- I saw that you posted something about a new show on CBC " How to buy a baby". I haven't started watching it yet, but I'm sure I'll binge watch the whole season.
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#9 writegal416

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Posted 03 December 2017 - 04:00 PM

writegal416- I saw that you posted something about a new show on CBC " How to buy a baby". I haven't started watching it yet, but I'm sure I'll binge watch the whole season.

 

Yes.  It's online-only and you can binge the entire season in about 90 minutes, thanks to short episodes! :) 


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Advised Not to Get Pregnant: Circa 1994 or 1995 (I was FIFTEEN!!!)

Married: August 2010

Started Adoption Process:  January 2013

Started Researching Surrogacy: August 2016

Found Embryos: November 2016

Matched with Surrogate: April 2017, all adoption put on hold (never matched with a child)

Surrogate's First Transfer: July 2017 (one FET) - BFP, but m/c or chemical (unsure, since second beta rose more than 60%, but third beta dropped)

Surrogate's  Second Transfer: October 2017 (one FET) - BFN

Surrogate's Third Transfer: December 2017 (double transfer) - BFN

 

Moving on to donor eggs...

 

New donor embryos available!!! Trying with them

 

Surrogate's Fourth Transfer:  February 2018 - was to be a double transfer, but one did not survive thawing, so single transfer; First beta - 685!!!!!; Beta #2 - 1594!!!  eusa_dance.gif yahoo.gif

First ultrasound (at 7 weeks, 2 days): Heart rate of 154 bpm, measuring slightly behind (just under 7 weeks)

Second ultrasound (9 weeks, 1 day):  Heart rate of 170 bpm, measuring small (again) at a little under 9 weeks.  Basically, it is growing at a good pace, just small - UPDATE:  heart rate is 175 bpm according to an email from the clinic! 

Harmony tests show that we are low risk and we're Team babyboy.gif


#10 Mamasita204

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Posted 10 December 2017 - 10:29 PM

I binged last weekend! Watched it all in one shot.
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Posted 11 December 2017 - 09:49 AM

A really good movie showing the emotional effects of a miscarriage and how it can affect a marriage is Band Aid.


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#12 MoJo

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Posted 09 January 2018 - 03:27 PM

It looks like Life in Pieces is going to include an infertility storyline. 

 

It's one of my favourite comedies right now so I really hope they do it well!



#13 Mamasita204

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Posted 12 January 2018 - 02:55 PM

It looks like Life in Pieces is going to include an infertility storyline. 
 
It's one of my favourite comedies right now so I really hope they do it well!


Really? When will they start this storyline? I watched the first two seasons. It's so funny.

#14 writegal416

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Posted 12 January 2018 - 05:45 PM

Again, going way back.  On Sex and the City, Charlotte and Trey had trouble conceiving and ultimately divorced.  Charlotte did not have kids until she married for the second time, first adopting and then (in the movie), having a biological child. 


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Moving on to donor eggs...

 

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Surrogate's Fourth Transfer:  February 2018 - was to be a double transfer, but one did not survive thawing, so single transfer; First beta - 685!!!!!; Beta #2 - 1594!!!  eusa_dance.gif yahoo.gif

First ultrasound (at 7 weeks, 2 days): Heart rate of 154 bpm, measuring slightly behind (just under 7 weeks)

Second ultrasound (9 weeks, 1 day):  Heart rate of 170 bpm, measuring small (again) at a little under 9 weeks.  Basically, it is growing at a good pace, just small - UPDATE:  heart rate is 175 bpm according to an email from the clinic! 

Harmony tests show that we are low risk and we're Team babyboy.gif


#15 MoJo

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Posted 16 January 2018 - 12:39 PM

Re: Life in Pieces - the infertility storyline just started a couple episodes ago.  So about half way through season 3, I guess?


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#16 Mamasita204

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 09:53 PM

Re: Life in Pieces - the infertility storyline just started a couple episodes ago.  So about half way through season 3, I guess?


I'm watching it on netflix so season 3 isn't on there yet. I guess I'll have to wait.
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Posted 19 January 2018 - 02:46 PM

There is a new documentary on Netflix you all should check out.  It is called "One More Shot"


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#18 Rach357113

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Posted 28 March 2018 - 12:09 AM

'One more shot' is worth a watch. 

 

'What to expect when your expecting' also touches on infertility/adoption/miscarriages.


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#19 writegal416

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Posted 29 March 2018 - 08:52 PM

The new Roseanne includes a surrogacy storyline where Becky (Original Becky) is a traditional surrogate (!!!) to a woman played by Becky 2.0. I am not sure if I will watch. Not a fan of Roseanne’s politics...
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Advised Not to Get Pregnant: Circa 1994 or 1995 (I was FIFTEEN!!!)

Married: August 2010

Started Adoption Process:  January 2013

Started Researching Surrogacy: August 2016

Found Embryos: November 2016

Matched with Surrogate: April 2017, all adoption put on hold (never matched with a child)

Surrogate's First Transfer: July 2017 (one FET) - BFP, but m/c or chemical (unsure, since second beta rose more than 60%, but third beta dropped)

Surrogate's  Second Transfer: October 2017 (one FET) - BFN

Surrogate's Third Transfer: December 2017 (double transfer) - BFN

 

Moving on to donor eggs...

 

New donor embryos available!!! Trying with them

 

Surrogate's Fourth Transfer:  February 2018 - was to be a double transfer, but one did not survive thawing, so single transfer; First beta - 685!!!!!; Beta #2 - 1594!!!  eusa_dance.gif yahoo.gif

First ultrasound (at 7 weeks, 2 days): Heart rate of 154 bpm, measuring slightly behind (just under 7 weeks)

Second ultrasound (9 weeks, 1 day):  Heart rate of 170 bpm, measuring small (again) at a little under 9 weeks.  Basically, it is growing at a good pace, just small - UPDATE:  heart rate is 175 bpm according to an email from the clinic! 

Harmony tests show that we are low risk and we're Team babyboy.gif


#20 Daisy.Eriksen

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Posted 12 July 2018 - 11:28 AM

I know this is a little old, but I often pay attention to IF story lines in books and tv shows and movies. A lot of the big ones have already been listed, but here are a few more I've thought of.

 

TV Shows

 

Friends:

-Phoebe acted as surrogate for her brother and wife

-Monica and Chandler adopted after they found out he had MF issues and she had a "hostile uterus"

 

How I Met Your Mother:

-Lily and Marshal are laughed out of the doctor's office because they had been trying for "two weeks"

-Robin finds out she can't have children

 

Happy Endings:

-Jane looks for the child allegedly conceived with an egg she donated in university

 

Seed:

-Canadian show about a sperm donor who finds his donor babies (features MF issue, lesbian couple, single mom by choice). 

Similar idea to the Starbuck movies but I haven't seen them.

 

Books

 

Girl on the Train:

-I think it contains one of the most accurate descriptions of the jealousy and bitterness that infertility can cause, even though most of us don't spiral as much as that character did.

 

I See You:

-Spoiler alert: Infertility plays a role in the explanation. I was not impressed with it!

 

Shopaholic to the Rescue:

-Secondary infertility is briefly mentioned and underlies some of the character's emotions in the book.

 

The Time Traveller's Wife:

-Deals with miscarriage

 

That's all I can think of for now. I think it's really interesting to see how infertility and miscarriage and loss is starting to come up more frequently in pop culture, whether it's a main storyline or just referred to briefly.


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#21 Balance

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Posted 13 July 2018 - 08:02 PM

****update*** It is only one episode and not realistic. Girlfriends guide to Divorce season 5 introduces an IVF story line. Single woman looking to do IVF with donor sperm.
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FET - May 10, 2018.  May 19 + HPT!! 1st Beta May 22 - 435!! 2nd Beta May 24 - 995!! June 21st - IT"S A BOY!!! babyboy.gif  EDD January 26, 2019

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#22 choicemom2be

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Posted 23 July 2018 - 09:53 PM

There is an Australian TV show called offspring on Netflix with an IF storyline. The main character is an Obstetrician however so there are lots of babies and births if you are sensitive to that.
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Posted 07 October 2018 - 06:03 PM

New movie out on Netflix all about infertility called Private Life. Actually they did a pretty good job covering IVF, adoption process, donor eggs and the cast is well known. They got the emotions down as well.
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Posted 29 October 2018 - 01:41 PM

My wife was watching a TV show on the weekend called New Amsterdam (medical doctor show drama) and one of the doctors is diagnosed with DOR


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IVF #3 - Jan 2018 (estrogen priming antagonist protocol with growth hormone) -  4 eggs retrieved, 2 fertilized with ICSI, 1 blastocyst PGS-normal 6BB mitoscore 29.82 (frozen)

FET #1 - March 2018 - cancelled due to thin lining (6.25mm)

FET #1.2 - April 2018 - cancelled due to thin lining again! (4.85mm)

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ERA Aug 2018 - Pre-receptive by 1 day

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Posted 19 November 2018 - 07:03 PM

The television show, This is Us has an infertility storyline this season.