At Hanabusa IVF we are committed to taking on all forms of infertility,
even the most challenging cases. Some of our recent patients have come
to us with previous failed IVF and IUI attempts and others have Diminished
Ovarian Reserve (DOR), high FSH or Premature Ovarian Failure (POF). Despite
these complications, Hanabusa IVF is able to treat each patient.
Below, we’ve compiled some of our most challenging cases and invite
you to review the alternative protocols we used to ensure a successful
pregnancy for each patient.
A 41-year old woman who underwent
3 failed and 5 cancelled rounds of IVF was treated at Hanabusa using our mini-IVF approach. After one round of
IVF using Clomid only, and therefore no FSH injections, we were able to
produce a normal embryo. After PGS testing, we froze the embryo and later
performed FET after natural ovulation, and she is now pregnant.
In the case of a 34-year old woman who had
7 failed IUIs and 1 failed IVF, her Hanabusa protocol involved one round of mini-IVF and FET after natural
ovulation. She is now pregnant with the embryos she had frozen for the future.
After2 failed IUIs and 5 failed IVFs, a 36-year old woman with DOR and a high FSH peaking at 27, came to Hanabusa
where we used a different, less invasive protocol than her previous rounds
of IVF. Again, we used our mini-IVF approach one time, established a normal
embryo using PGS, and performed FET after natural ovulation, which led
to a successful pregnancy.
- A 27 year-old woman came to us after a failed TESA sperm IVF. With one
cycle of mini-IVF resulting in a normal embryo, we performed FET after
natural ovulation and she is now pregnant.
With one round of mini
IVF and using PGS (NGS) to determine the health of the embryo, we performed a transfer in a fresh
cycle for a 39-year old woman who prior to this underwent IVF for male
factor infertility and failed. After coming to Hanabusa, she is now pregnant.
- After 3 rounds of mini-IVF, using only 2-4 injections of FSH per cycle,
a 41-year old woman with POI and a high FSH peaking at 23, produced a
normal embryo leading to pregnancy.
A 38-year old woman who underwent
3 rounds of failed IVF, came to Hanabusa for 1 mini-IVF cycle, using only 3 injections of FSH.
Performing PGS, we were able to get a normal embryo and performed FET
after natural ovulation leading to pregnancy.
We list these success stories as a way to illustrate the kinds of patients
we’ve been able to treat. As you can see from the above cases, even
patients with numerous failed IVF cycles are offered an alternative at
Hanabusa, and the mini-IVF protocol combined with our overall gentle,
safe approach, means it is possible to achieve a healthy pregnancy despite
the complexities involved with your particular fertility issues.