Posted 14 June 2019 - 02:34 PM
Gynesys is located in Ville St-Laurent, easy for us to get there as we live in Pierrefonds. All routine appointments + sono and such take place there, for the transfer, we go to Procrea with which there are associated. The waiting room is often full and we have to wait at least an hour after appointment time, but when we’re in the doctor’s office, he really takes his time and answers all the questions we might have. He is also very empathetic and encouraging, so that helps too.
I can relate to the experience of feeling abandoned sometimes with procedures, I guess most people need more than one procedure to succeed so the staff are taking for granted that you know what to do... We usually write down all the questions we have before appointment or procedures and it helps, but otherwise, I don’t mind being the squeaky wheel and insist on understanding things in order to make them right... it is our dream that we are dealing with after all... right?
I have never done IUI, where are you with your cycle now? Wishing you all the best!
TTC since 2014, now 45 years old
Endometriosis, polyps, thyroid imbalance... took long to my body to be ready.
January 2019: good news, 8 x 4aa (5 days) embryos created.
PGS test: 4x DNA champions, 4 abnormal
First ever FET
on April 18th, 2019 -> 1st [email protected]
= 7, 2nd [email protected]
= 2.2... shooting star
on June 25th, 2019 ->1st [email protected]
= 36, 2nd [email protected]
= 2.3... another shooting star
Several tests to try explain poor implantation (CD-138, Mutations, Antibodies...) all negative except for TPO
February 2020: ERA test, I am 12 hours post-receptive!
March 2020: FET
cancelled due to Covid
on June 29th 2020> complications during transfer, BFN. Left with only one good PGS tested embryo