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Our Success Story

Khun Chitathit Chitkamolchat / Khun Chalerm Thongkhongheya and Tycoon Junior

Blastocyts CultureThe mother is 37 years old with a cute little boy of 7 months. The couple are yet another who have amazed us at the effort and determination of both the father and mother to have an heir for posterity to admire, although before this both husband and wife were losing heart and hope and were almost ready to abandon the effort.

What was it made then regain hope once more?

Khun Chutathit told us "It was in the middle of the day. We were at home as usual. We had switched on the television while doing something else. It was the day when we heard something from a TV program about the idea of dealing with the problem of infertility by making a "blastocyst." I don't remember what program it was. At first we didn't know at all what a blastocyst was, but it sounded interesting. So we went to look up more information on the Internet, which gave us more understanding; and further, we knew that at the Perfect Woman Institute there was this free seminar. So I urged my husband to go and hear it."

What this means is that before then you could not have a child naturally?

"That's so. We got married at about the age of 33-34. That was rather old, so me did not want to wait. We wanted a child. But at that time we had had vaccinations against hepatitis-B. This made it neccessary to avoid childbirth for 6 months. As soon as the time was up, we left it to nature. Two months passed but I did not get pregnant. As well, we were in a hurry to have a child. So we began to see doctors. We went to see many doctors in many places and got different opinions, such as I produced too few eggs, or my husband's semen was weak."

And did you get any treatment?

"With the first doctor - he tried the way of injrecting ovulatoy hormones and left it to nature. He tried it about five times. It was a waste of time. After half a year it had not acted. We changed out doctor, who tried the old method two more times. Before making a change, it was mixed in with physical culture for 3 days. We did this many times but without success. As well as wasting time for more than a year, it took not a little money."

You began to lose heart?

"We were completely discouraged. We didn't do anything for 4-5 months. My husband began to get resigned to it and concluded 'If there are none, never mind. Let it go.'"

Until you heard the story on television you mentioned before and invited your husband to hear the seminar. What happened after that?

"From what had happened I thought my husband would not be interested. It turned out that it was my husband who said that if we were going to try something more it would be here he would choose to take the chance, because the technology was interesting. When we had heard the seminar we straighaway came to talk with the Perfect Woman Institute and registered as members that same day. The following week we had an appointment at the Hospital for a blood test and physical checkup. A nurse explained the stages in making a blastocyst culture. I had an internal examination."

Did you find anything out of the ordinary?

"The doctor said that the Fallopian tube was blocked on one side. It was not serious. After that, the following week the process of making the blastocyst was started, with injections of an ovulatory hormone every day for about a week. Eggs were taken out, put into a culture medium, tended for 5 days, and the young but complete embryo put back into the uterus. It was done just once and that was successful"

Were there any problems at that time?

"There was a check every day while I was getting the hormone injections. The nurse advised me, while this was going on, to take a lot of rest, to rest in the early evening, because during ovulation I should rest 8 hours at a stretch to get good results. We were not people who usually slept at that time and couldn't do it. During the first 3 or 4 days the check found that the eggs were not developing evenly. The doctor took a look and said that it couldn't be done yet. If I didn't intend to become a mother we didn't have to do it. I cried, wondering what I should do. The doctor told me to go back this evening at 8 o'clock, and to put out the lights and rest. I shouldn't think too much. If I did not sleep when I got back I should put out the lights and rest. I did as he ordered. Two days after that I came for a check and it was evident that several eggs had developed perfectly and evenly. I was enthusiastic to do everything that the doctor ordered."

Khun Chitathit went on "In the first period following the implantation I was given injections of a hormone to nurture the little one. It appeared I was allergic to the hormone. I had itching and a cough all the time. If the cough was severe it could cause displacement of the fetus. The doctor ordered me to stay in the Hospital. No visitors were allowed and I was not allowed to talk to anyone, and I was treated until this condition passed. During the first month I had a check every week. This was gradually reduced to once a month, until at thr firth month we knew the sex of the child. We were both very pleased. Everything quickly came to a conclusio

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