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Trying to conceive from past 12 years. Could not succeed. What are the chances to conceive? Concerned?

HI, I HAVE BEEN MARRIED FOR 12 YEARS NOW, TRIED TO CONCIVE NATURALLY AFTER 4 YEARS BUT UNSUCCESSFUL. HAD ICSI IN JULY 2009 AND CONCEIVED IN 1ST TRY. BUT HAD SPOTTING TILL 20 WEEKS, AT 20TH WEEK DEIVERED A STILL BORN BABY. LATER AFTER 6 MONTHS TRIED THE ICSI CYCLES 4 TIMES WITH ALL NEGATIVE RESULTS. GAVE A BREAK TILL YEAR 2012. IN MARCH 2013 TRIED THE CYCLE OF FERTOMID, PROGYANOVA AND DHUPHSTON. 1ST MONTH DIDNT SUCCEED, NOW ON 2ND CYCLE. WHAT ARE THE CHANCES TO CONCEIVE? PLZ HELP
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Hello Payal
thanks for your query.
You need to provide me with further details, as to why an ICSI was necessary in the first place.
Also, the cause of stillbirth needs to be investigated.
You have to rule out genetic, chromosomal, autoimmune, infectious causes, uterine abnormalities and hormonal imbalances - before planning a future pregnancy.
If ICSI was advised and carried out in the first case, then chances are high that you would require ICSI and IVF again to conceive.
The chances of natural conception after 12 years of married life and 4 failed ICSI cycles are quite low .
Please consult an Infertility specialist and do not waste more time.
take care and wish you luck .
Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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