Anyone out there had IVF after extensive cone biopsy or lletz?
I've only got 15-17cm of cervix left and when they tried to do the embryo transfer, my swollen ovaries had pushed everything out of alignment Without a visible cervix, the NHS Dr's have a nightmare getting the tube in. First cycle I was awake and my god I cried from the pain and indignity. I was pushed and shoved. Second cycle I insisted on sedation, that was great for me, but they had so much trouble I had to have extra sedation.
Anyhoo, I've that read transfer trauma impacts implantation rates due to blood contamination and uterine contractions.
Two failed NHS attempts and I'm thinking this isn't helping my odds.
So I'm looking for advice. How other doctors deal with this? Are there experts that have a special technique? Any UK private IVF clinics that are good at dealing with this issue?