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this is so frustrating.
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tanya - August 28

does anybody knows about poor egg quality? can you still get pregnant when you have that kind of problem?

 

leslie - August 28

having chromosomal abnormalities or eggs are damaged is the reason why you have poor egg quality. that problem can't sustain a pregnancy and the quality of your eggs declines significantly with age.

 

arlene - August 28

well, it's just so devastating to know that there are no symptoms for that. so should have a regular check-up when you want to have a baby. the most
frustrating part is that when you are planning to have a baby and you will find out that you have this kind of problem.

 

agatha - August 28

why don't you have in vitro fertilization (IVF) using donor eggs or embryos. but then if doesn't make any sense, then you can have adoption; the least you can do.

 

heidi - September 2

as you age, your eggs will begin to decline in quality as well as in number. when you are in your 30s or early 40s, you will probably have more poor quality eggs available than good quality eggs.

 

trista - September 2

it is also known that having poor egg quality can be due to poor ovarian reserve.

 

zaida - September 2

yes it is trista. other factor are having health problems or simply it's genetics.

 

hevia - September 2

smoking, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy have been known to cause eggs to decline in health.

 

heidi - September 2

If you suffer from endometriosis, you may also find that your egg quality is poorer than you would like it to be.

 

maya - September 10

there are treatment for poor egg quality and having poor quality eggs does not mean that it is impossible for you to become pregnant. by using fertility drugs is one way to possible increase the quantity and quality of your eggs.

 

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