K G P, 30 years had one cycle of IUI in another center. Her tubes were not blocked, uterus was normal and egg count was 20. She was diagnosed to have PCOS. We did another 2 cycles of IUI but without success.
She was advised IVF and she readily agreed. She had her treatment in June and December 2010 which was unsuccessful. In December 2011, she had another cycle of IVF. 4 weeks later, two pregnancy sacs with fetal heart was seen. She was excited and extremely happy. However, 2 weeks later, only one fetal heart was seen. She was advised that in twin pregnancy, 20% will have vanishing 2nd twin. Her pregnancy progress normally and she delivered a healthy baby girl weighing 3.1kg.
In 2014, she came back and planned to have a second child. IVF cycle was started in April and embryo transfer was done on 2nd May 2014. 7 weeks later, 2 pregnancy sacs with fetal heart were seen. She was delighted to hear the news; twin pregnancy. Her twin pregnancy progress well and she delivered on 28th december 2014 a set of healthy twin, one boy and one girl. She and her husband were satisfied and happy to a family of one boy and two girls. Another happy news for her; she still has frozen embryo for future treatment cycle.