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Should I think about next IVF cycle if one or two failed already? #IVFWEBINARS

No matter if this is your first failed IUI, second Clomid cycle, or third failed IVF cycle, they all can be a huge blow. After the failure there comes disappointment, grief, and an important question “should I try again ?” Every IVF attempt is linked to physical, emotional and financial demands. It is understandable that some couples give up after a few failed cycles, either because of emotional or financial reasons. They are under the impression that their prognosis for IVF success looks bleak after so many failures. Is this really the case? Is hanging in there through many IVF cycles worth it? Should you consider trying again? Are your chances for success growing with every cycle?

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Watch the webinar with Dr. Natalia Szlarb from IVF Spain whom you might know from our previous webinars. Dr. Szlarb discusses multiple IVF failures, IVF success after numerous failures and recommended options for patients considering another cycle.

Soon we will publish the transcript from the webinar’s Q&A session. Stay tuned!

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About the Author

Natalia Szlarb

Natalia Szlarb

Dr Natalia Szlarb is a Medical Director at IVF Spain, clinic in Alicante, Spain. She graduated from a medical university in Poland in 2002 and then has worked in gynaecology and obstetrics wards at several German hospitals. During her medical studies she also took part in international internships in Egypt, Brazil and Poland. In 2011 Dr Szlarb obtained her PhD diploma in Immunology in the United States of America. Since 2013 she has been involved with IVF Spain. She has extensive experience in IVF with donor eggs and is known by patients as a friendly and warm doctor.Dr. Szlarb speaks fluent English, Polish, German and Russian. In the EggDonationFriends’ webinar she was talking about the process every fertility patients needs to go through when undergoing IVF treatment using donor oocytes outside their home country, specifically in Spain. Dr Natalia Szlarb, as a medical specialist, explained how to prepare for such treatment and travel, what medical records or prescriptions are needed, how many appointments are usually required for different types of treatment and what the treatment milestones are.

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