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    Hi, i didnt have kids before abd just started my ivf journey. My eggs reserve is low and i had one embryo frozen from the first round. I know my chances are around %20. Please share if you have any succesful stories with similar conditions, as fhe stress is eating me out.

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    I recommend staying positive, trust your docs, and believe in success. Unfortunately, stress might be one of the reasons why your treatment might fail. Try to refocus your attention by e.g. meditations or hobbies you enjoy, and all your dreams will come true. Fingers crossed.


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      This is a very important fact to understand—low egg reserve means you cannot get pregnant. Many women with low egg reserves regularly ovulate good-quality eggs and successfully become pregnant. I advise staying positive, having faith in your doctors, and having faith in yourself. Unfortunately, one of the possible reasons for your treatment's failure may be stress. stay positive and stay happy! good luck.


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        Originally posted by yg12 View Post
        Hi, i didnt have kids before abd just started my ivf journey. My eggs reserve is low and i had one embryo frozen from the first round. I know my chances are around %20. Please share if you have any succesful stories with similar conditions, as fhe stress is eating me out.
        It's completely understandable that going through the IVF journey can be a stressful and emotional process. While I don't have access to real-time data or individual stories beyond my last update in September 2021, I can share that many people have had successful outcomes with IVF, even with low egg reserves.

        IVF success rates can vary based on various factors, including age, egg quality, and underlying health conditions. A 20% chance of success may sound discouraging, but it's important to remember that it is still a chance, and many individuals have had positive outcomes with similar odds.

        Each person's fertility journey is unique, and it's difficult to predict specific outcomes. However, advancements in assisted reproductive technologies have provided hope to many individuals and couples struggling with fertility issues.

        Support groups and online forums can be great places to connect with others who have gone through similar experiences. Hearing success stories from people who have been in a similar situation may provide you with encouragement and hope.

        Remember to take care of yourself during this process and seek emotional support from your partner, friends, family, or a counselor if needed. Reducing stress and maintaining a positive outlook can also have a positive impact on your well-being and the fertility process.

        It's important to discuss your concerns and questions with your healthcare team, as they can provide personalized information based on your specific situation and medical history.

        Wishing you the best of luck on your IVF journey! Stay strong and hopeful.