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Planning for IVF. History of miscarriages, failed IVFs and ectopic pregnancy. Enlarged uterus with no eggs. Advice?

I am 34.
I've had a natural miscariage (3 mnths pregnancy).
I've had 2 failed IVFs. 1st IVF - Only 2 eggs matured but failed after the embryo transfer. 2nd IVF, 10 eggs were retrieved but none matured, this the embryo transfer did not happen.
Then I had an ectopic pregnancy and the right fallopian tube had to be removed.
Now, am planning 3rd IVF, and my doc told me my AMH 1.9, my uterus look enlarged, and there ain't any eggs!! I cannot go for IVF. I need to rely on donor eggs.

I need an opinion please.
I can work on to increase my AMH through supplements, accupuncture or exercises.
I have confidence in myself and my body. I cannot give up on one person's say.
Kindly assist me to look forward to pregnancy.

Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I am glad that you are aiming for your own pregnancy, although it may not happen naturally. I am sorry to hear about what your doctor had to say about your uterus. If it is impossible according to your OBGYN for you to have babies, you could go for surrogacy using your own egg and your husband's sperm if you are not able to naturally bear your baby. I hope you can bring this up in your conversation with you OBGYN.

Take care and have a lovely day !
Answered: Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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Pathologist and Microbiologist Dr. Sangita's  Response

Its good you want to try every thing to improve quality of egg .You can go for surrogacy or you can go for IVF by donor ovum .
Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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