All Good Things Come To Those Who Wait

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All Good Things Come To Those Who Wait

Subramaniam and Louisana are nice couple from Kapar town. They were married in 1999. In their quest to complete their family, they tried hard to get pregnant naturally but remained childless after 15 years of marriage. In 2012, Lousiana was already 41 years old and the hubby was a decade more senior than her. Then, they decided to try medical treatment.


Between 2012 and 2013, they had attempted a total of six IUI cycles at several centres but were all futile.

Despite their many failures, they did not yield. Then, they were recommended by friends to come to Metro IVF in August 2013. Upon a detailed investigation and consultation, the fertility specialist , Dr. Tee advised Louisana to go for IVF with ICSI treatment. She agreed to the treatment and scheduled their first IVF cycle in May 2014. She had her eggs pick up on 9th June 2014 and three embryos were transferred back to her wombs two days later. Her pregnancy progressed to 7th week. To her disappointment, this first cycle ended with early miscarriage.

With the support and encouragement from her husband and the IVF counselor, she remained optimistic and regained her confidence soon. She accepted a new challenge and went for the second cycle with Metro IVF six months later. This time, the Fertility Specialist picked up her eggs on 8th December 2014 and successfully transferred two embryos back into her womb two days later. Although the embryos were of Grade 3, the cycle was successful. Her urine test was positive and her Beta-hCG was 139 IU/L twelve days after the transfer. Her pregnancy progressed normally. She delivered a healthy baby boy on 18th August 2015 by Caesarean section. The couple was so happy that after waiting for 15 years, they finally have a baby boy of their own.

All good things come to those who wait.

After 15 years, they finally have their own baby boy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Their precious baby boy

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