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Had ICSI operation, got spotting then periods. Can conceive with another surgery?

I am 43 years old and I made ICSI operation on April 06, 2013 and the DR transfered 4 excellent eggs but i had light bleeding after 3 days and I got my period on April 16. I think that I am not pregnent so what will be my chances if I tried to do the operation again ???
By the way I just got married last year.

Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response

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Over all success of IVF/ICSI is around 35-40 % ( age of female < 35 yrs). As age increases quality and quantity of egg decreases and success rate comes down to around 10-20%( Females > 35 yrs). May be this time you were unlucky. You can definitely go ahead with another ICSI. ICSI with donor egg will give you much better chance. Other additional factors contributing to your infertility are equally important and should be taken care of.

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Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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