I am currently cycling in Dallas, Texas but if this next cycle fails I might consider going elsewhere. Do you have any recommendations.
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01-13-2007, 12:34 PM #1
IVF in Texas
01-14-2007, 03:20 PM #2KarenS-MIBoard Coordinatorhas no status.
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I'm sorry that no one answered. It can be a little slow here on the weekends. You might want to post this on the General Pregnancy & General Parenting boards. I know it might be difficult to go there, but you might get some good recommendations, if you don't get any here tomorrow.
Karenttc #1 for 7 1/2 years
~ IVF #1, 6-93, cancelled; IVF#2/rescue ICSI- 7-99, failed
~(switched RE's) ZIFT/ICSI- 1-00, successful w/twins, lost 1 at 8w
~ ZIFT/ICSI #2, to try for #2- March '03- successful
~ GS- IVF #1, 7-05 failed. FET 10-05- BFP, m/c 5w5d
01-14-2007, 03:43 PM #3lonestargoddessRegistered Userhas no status.
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Center for Assiste reproduction
Have you been to the center for Asst Repro? Dr. Karen Doody and Dr. Kevin Doody. They are awesome www.embryo.net
01-14-2007, 04:53 PM #4kellbellRegistered Userhas no status.
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Where are you cycling? I have been at Plano Presby for the last 2 1/2 years with Dr. Barnett. Unfortunately we have not been successful, but I think he is an excellent RE. Best of luck with your cycle.
01-14-2007, 08:13 PM #5DallasDonorRegistered Userhas no status.
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I go to Dr.Pinto in Dallas. He was with Drs marynick/putman at Baylor earlier this year but has gone solo. I can not say enough good things about this man! Unlike the large practices where you feel like you are a number, he makes the time for every patient. He does all u/s, b/w and even gives his cell phone number to his patients. If you want more info, then PM me. Good Luck to you!!Me (34) DH (37)
DH: Severe Male Factor; Me: Egg Donor x2
Miracle DS born 10/01
TTC#2 4.5 yrs
IVF/ICSI#1 in Jan '07!! BFP-Beta #1-69; Beta #2-166;Beta #3 957
TTC#3 - FET May 2009 - BFN
Spring 2011 - GS#1 - in 2ww
01-14-2007, 08:36 PM #6
Thank you all for your posts. I am seeing Dr. Le at Advanced Reproductive Center in Irving and he is great but I am worried since I had a canceled cycle. We are hopefully on the right track now but I just want to think ahead in case this does not work.
01-15-2007, 09:11 AM #7
I cycled twice w/Fertility Center San Antonio...can't say enough good things about the docs and the staff, but I didn't get PG with three IUIs and two IVFs . That is mostly due to my age (41), so I decided to move on to SIRM-Dallas since SIRM has a great protocol for AMA patients. I'm doing estrogen priming and a very aggressive stim protocol in hopes of finally getting my BFP. I'm very impressed w/Dr. Saleh and his staff so far.
01-15-2007, 10:08 PM #8hollymRegistered Userhas no status.
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i saw dr le, and to be honest, well.... he refused to treat us. my dh thinks it's because he realizes we'd make his numbers bad. who knows?
we also saw dr chantillis who is really nice, but way too far for us. he's at dallas presby.
dr robert kaufman in fort worth is the only one who finally gave us answers. yeah, the answers weren't what we wanted to hear, but he was very sensitive about it. according to my ob/gyn, kaufman takes the cases no one else will. i'm glad we saw him. he treated a condition that went undiagnosed for ages, but was very honest with us regarding ivf. i appreciated that. i think he also sensed at the time that we were really ready to close the door on ttc. for a dr, he's got a great bedside manner. he really pays attention to his patients and their needs.
anyway, i liked kaufman. i wish he had been in the area years ago before we invested our hearts into this for so long.
good luck to you.
ttc almost 10 years
coping with empty arms
Last edited by hollym; 01-15-2007 at 10:10 PM.
01-16-2007, 10:59 AM #9
SoulTea....I would suggest Dr. Karen Lee or Dr. Chantillis at Presby Dallas.
www.dfwivf.com. I switched to Dr. Lee from a previous clinic and am thankful everyday. Dr. Lee is who gave me my BFP when other doctors said there was little hope. (Poor responder/dominant follie issues.)
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