well once again I have to be awkward!, well if you've read my previous posts you will know I had a trachelectomy for stage one cervical cancer and have been going through treatment for IVF.
Well producing the eggs has not been a problem however transferring the embryos back has. The fresh cycle embryo had to be frozen as the cervix entrancewas not allowing any entry to the uterus.
So now I was in on mon for a dilation for a frozen cycle, once again this was pointless and no entrance into the uterus was capable, so the day after I had a transmyometrial agg transfer. This is where the blastocyst ( as they had been developed longer than an embryo, so they are stronger) was injected through the lining of my womb into the cavity.. andwe had success, however the chances are not as good as a normal egg transfer only 40%, but better this than absolutely nothing. Now once again I felt like a guinea pig as apparently this procedure is very rarely done as a lot of trachelectomy patients struggle to bleed regular, but if you are of a similar situation to myself spk to your dr about this procedure...... And hopefully in a couple of weeks hopefully I will have some good news, but however if not at least i know there is an option of getting the embryos into my womb xxxx