Should i take an expensive injection that produces eggs or go for an egg donor to get pregnant?
Thanks for the query.
Your options here are either to take hormone injections or try for a donor egg. Since both tubes are blocked, natural conception won't be possible.
Your age is a major negative factor. After the age of 40, the eggs reduce almost 80% in quantity and also the quality of the eggs will not be good. The hormone injections will help in ovulation induction but whether it will be a success is debatable. There may be a 35-45% chance that you will produce good eggs. You are already in the peri menopausal age group so you need to make the decision soon.
There is no guarantee that the first cycle of injections will be a success. There may be a need to try at least 3-6 cycles. If that's not a success then your other option will be to use a donor egg.
So, basically here your choice matters, along with financial security, of course.
You need to talk with your partner about the fact that several cycles of injections may be needed and the chances of success may or may not be there.
There won't be any long lasting effects of the injections but more than 3- 6 cycles is generally not indicated.
Hope this answers your queries. In case of any doubts, I am available for the follow ups.
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