Bela from Vienna, Virginia struggled with fertility treatments and surgery for nearly a decade. She even tried surrogacy, but all attempts were unsuccesful. Last year she came to CIGC for minimally invasive resection of endometriosis as a last attempt before seeking donor eggs. Her next IVF cycle was succesful and Bela got pregnant with twins.
“On my 10th IVF cycle after the resting period, we got three eggs out of which 1 was mature and 2 were immature. The IVF clinic matured the immature eggs and we got three fertilized embryos. 2 embryos implanted and gave me my first ever successful pregnancy in 10 years. I was convinced that endometriosis was certainly ruining me in the past.”
“My twins were born early at 32 weeks as I had other issues during the pregnancy. We had a rough start but we all are doing good now. It still feels surreal. I had several failed IVFs, too many infertility issues and several losses. I could never imagine having a baby in my arms. And now I have 2 of them!”
CIGC surgical specialists Rupen Baxi MD, Natalya Danilyants MD and Paul MacKoul MD use the DualPortGYN approach for resection of endometriosis. This is an outpatient surgery and the technique uses only two 5 MM incisions. Most women are back to work within 1 week.
You can read Bela's full story on Dr. Paul MacKoul's Tumblr here: Dream Come True: Twins After Endometriosis Surgery
To book your appointment with an endometriosis specialist at CIGC, call 888-SURGERY or contact us online. The Center for Innovative GYN Care has offices in Rockville, MD, Annapolis, MD and Reston, VA. Women travel from across the country and around the world for innovative minimally invasive GYN surgery through CIGC's travel program.
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