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Saturday, December 21st 2013, 10:01pm

ABANDONED CYCLE DUE TO FLUID

hi all, just lookin for a bit of advice as i felt the hospital didnt really explain anythin to me.

Was undergoing my very first fet we have 5 snowbabies,, all scans seemed to be fine up until the 2nd last one where fluid was discovered, i was told to continue with drugs and to get another scan several days later, to our dismay the fluid was still there along with a cyst... the fluid caused our cycle to be cancelled and it gutted us both badly, my dh cried all the way home so heartbreaking to see as we thought third time lucky,, does anyone know as to why fluid appears ? is there no way to prevent this from happening on our next attempt which should be around feb march,,, how likely is it to happen again?

also is it possible at all to get our snowbabies transferred from once clinic to another as i feel the hospital has never really sat us down and explained anything or supported us in any way through our failed attempts, its always felt like sorry you failed, next,,,,,,it is on nhs?

any advice welcome :thumbsup:

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Saturday, December 21st 2013, 10:42pm

HI Im so sorry your cycle was cancelled, it must have been disappointing. Try to think that it's better its cancelled rather than defrosting your snow babies for it not to work due to the fluid. Unfortunately I have no idea about the fluid build up, but I am sure someone will be able to advise you.

I am fairly certain you are able to transfer your snow babies to another hospital as I know others have, however I don't know if there will be a charge for this, I would presume so. Definitely ask them though as you need to feel comfortable with who is treating you.

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Wednesday, January 1st 2014, 7:29pm

thank you for your advice, i think i need to try and speak to someone as i feel so left in the dark and tbh im finding it hard to cope with things , another yr goes by another yr older i am :thumbdown:

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Wednesday, January 1st 2014, 7:48pm

I'm so sorry. Ask lots of questions and don't take no for an answer.

You may not be able to transfer your frosties depending on how they were frozen. I couldnt move mine.

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Sunday, February 2nd 2014, 11:50pm

Hi, what have your clinic said? Sorry I didn't see this until now. I'm afraid I don't know re the fluid. I have a friend who transferred her frosties, she had to pay but I don't know how much xxx



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Monday, May 5th 2014, 11:28am

I am sorry to hear about your IVF cycle cancellation. Well, I believe, this can be a side-effect of stimulation medications. When a patient undergoes an IVF cycle she is given FSH which stimulates the ovaries into allowing all the possible follicles (& eggs) to develop.
OHSS (ovarian hyperstimulation) occurs in about 1-2% cycles, where the patient’s ovaries over-responded to the medication. They are enlarged and can cause fluid to build up in the abdomen and pelvis and possibly lead to blood clots.
This can usually be prevented through close monitoring of the woman's response to medications and in some cases, the treatment cycle may have to be cancelled.
Prevention of OHSS is always the best strategy. OHSS can best be avoided by judicious use of fertility medications. Share your history with physicians there, if you are trying at new clinic so that they can adjust the dosage based on your previous response to these drugs.
Hope it helps.

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Monday, May 5th 2014, 12:29pm

I think this was a FET so no stimulation drugs were taken. Nelly, wishing you all the best x
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