An IVF success story at Malpani Infertility Clinic

Our story.... to begin with....is no different from many infertile couples. A perfect love marriage in 2005 with everyone's blessing after 5 years of courtship! As we began this exciting journey of togetherness, atage of 23,conscious decision was made not to start a family until be both settle well in careers, have a house of our own and descent earning to support a good standard of living. Years passed by fast and we were all set by 2009 to begin 'trying' for a baby with a confidence to be conceiving soon.....2010 came, with no success after trying for almost a year. The doctor in me alerted myown self that something is not going right. Went to seek agynaec opinion andwas taken aback to learn that I had PCOS (polycystic ovaries) with anovulatory cycles which needs tobe treated before we could try again. 6 months of treatment and the cycles were responding well. Started off with my ovulations studies and trying 'normally' for 6-8 months. Again no luck! Meanwhile, during this process, further good news for me was to learn that I am athalessemia minor (a type of anemia) and grade 1 heart disease - MVP.  And being a medic, I knew what this meant for me - conceiving will be a challenge and pregnancy will be high-risk.SoI was referred to theso called experts in infertility in the town (Pune).  Hysteroscopy confirmed everything normal and IUI suggested. 5 failed IUI cycles left us with 'IVF' thrown as the last option to conceive. By this time, allpossi...
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I was offered an out of match fellowship position and accepted it 2 days ago. Now, due to family issues It would not be ideal for me to relocate to that area. Is there a way I can withdraw my acceptance (I haven’t sign the intent letter or anything whatsoever, just email agreement) or would it be profesional suicide?
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I am a recent USMD grad (2019) finishing a preliminary surgery year. Looking for PGY-1 or PGY-2/CA-1 Anesthesia position. Stats (STEP 1/2/CS/3)- 250/251/1st pass CS/229. No failures. I can be reached at juchoward@gmail.com Thank you.
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Does anyone know if the exam is still going to be scheduled for June? Also how long did everyone study for and what resources did you use?
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