Akintwins

  • Dear Nicole, I plan to stay in NYC for birthing for at least 2 weeks then move from there to Boston for further family care before I return to Nigeria.

    Planning to travel by early May.

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  • Congrats @Nicole. Been, waiting for your good news to come out & comment. I’ve been a silent observer in this group because morning sickness did not allow me to type…. It’s getting better now that am in 2nd Trimester. Am planning New York ( being the nearest to Boston MA where I have relatives since I heard the bills in MA are crazy) and…[Read more]

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  • Akintwins posted a new activity comment 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    Hi Oluwakemi, thanks for checking on me. I just found the password to my profile today to log in hence my absence since.
    We’ve done tests and it was confirmed again that it’s the male factor. He’s undergoing some medications now as p r the doctor’s prescriptions. Being hopeful that all would end well.

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  • Oluwakemi and Profile picture of AkintwinsAkintwins are now friends 1 year ago

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  • Akintwins and Profile picture of fruityfruityfruityfruity are now friends 1 year ago

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  • Akintwins posted a new activity comment 1 year ago

    Dear Oluwakemi, many thanks for your kind response. I would do as indicated. Regards,

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  • Akintwins posted a new activity comment 1 year ago

    Dear Nicole, many thanks for your kind response. I haven’t run any hormonal test. Which lab is recommendable in Ikeja? Can I work in to do it in the lab or based on Gynae recommendation? Is there anything I need to do before the test? Like how much in average is the test likely to be? Would the result be immediate and collected same day? I read…[Read more]

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    • Nicole replied 1 year ago

      @akintwins hun, you can do it in any good lab dear. I used Pathcare, but they are in VI. It’s usually best for your Gina to recommend, as in the end, the results are best interpreted by him. They usually check for AMH, FSH, Progesterone and Prolactin levels. And yes, there are certain days in your cycle when these tests can be taken. Predicte is…[Read more]

      • Welcome to our family Akintwins @akintwins. :heart: :heart: I think your husband’s sperm has improved some. However doing an hormonal test like Nicole @nicole suggested might shed light on what is going on in your body. And you may not even need IVF. Talk to your doctor about the hormonal assay and get a recommendation from the tests for…[Read more]

    • Have you gone back to your doctor or done the tests Akntwins @akintwins? Hope you are doing great though.

      • Hi Oluwakemi, thanks for checking on me. I just found the password to my profile today to log in hence my absence since.
        We’ve done tests and it was confirmed again that it’s the male factor. He’s undergoing some medications now as p r the doctor’s prescriptions. Being hopeful that all would end well.

  • Akintwins posted an update in the group Group logo of Trying to Conceive GroupTrying to Conceive Group 1 year ago

    Am so sad and have been having headache since morning. Have a child almost 6 yrs ago who would be 6yrs this year and i started trying since 4yrs ago without luck. Did HSG and both tubes were ok, have fibroid outside the ovary which docs @ Lasuth said does not affect conception, hubby diagnosed of low sperm count which he had been using FertilsanM…[Read more]

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    • Nicole replied 1 year ago

      Dear @akintwins, welcome to our family :friends: . Secondary infertility can be so frustrating, so we understand how you feel. Thank God your tubes are patent, and the fibroid is outside the uterus. Did you run any hormonal tests at all? Do you use OPKs to confirm ovulation? It would be a good idea to verify these, before making a suggestion…[Read more]

      • Dear Nicole, many thanks for your kind response. I haven’t run any hormonal test. Which lab is recommendable in Ikeja? Can I work in to do it in the lab or based on Gynae recommendation? Is there anything I need to do before the test? Like how much in average is the test likely to be? Would the result be immediate and collected same day? I read…[Read more]

        • Nicole replied 1 year ago

          @akintwins hun, you can do it in any good lab dear. I used Pathcare, but they are in VI. It’s usually best for your Gina to recommend, as in the end, the results are best interpreted by him. They usually check for AMH, FSH, Progesterone and Prolactin levels. And yes, there are certain days in your cycle when these tests can be taken. Predicte is…[Read more]

          • Welcome to our family Akintwins @akintwins. :heart: :heart: I think your husband’s sperm has improved some. However doing an hormonal test like Nicole @nicole suggested might shed light on what is going on in your body. And you may not even need IVF. Talk to your doctor about the hormonal assay and get a recommendation from the tests for…[Read more]

        • Have you gone back to your doctor or done the tests Akntwins @akintwins? Hope you are doing great though.

          • Hi Oluwakemi, thanks for checking on me. I just found the password to my profile today to log in hence my absence since.
            We’ve done tests and it was confirmed again that it’s the male factor. He’s undergoing some medications now as p r the doctor’s prescriptions. Being hopeful that all would end well.

  • Akintwins became a registered member 1 year ago

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