Why Your Cycle Might Get Canceled or Delayed

Life has its share of setbacks and disappointments. Unfortunately, cancellations or delays of embryo transfer cycles during fertility treatment can sometimes be among those unpleasant hiccups.

There can be many reasons for cancelling the embryo transfer portion of a cycle, including:

-A woman’s body is unresponsive to the medical protocol.

-A fibroid or polyp develops and needs to be removed.

-The uterine lining just doesn’t develop properly.

-A woman’s body is overly responsive to the medical protocol.

But if any of these happen to you, all hope is not lost. A successful transfer cycle may still be very possible, and could be just ahead in the near future. Southeastern Fertility Co-Director Dr. John Gordon and IVF Coordinator Lynda McCollum unpack all of this in detail in this video.

To schedule your free 15-minute telemedicine consult with Co-Director Dr. John Gordon, call 865-777-0088 or click here. To learn more about Southeastern Fertility, including our mission, values and team, click here. To learn more about IVF with Southeastern Fertility, click here.

Know When to Fold ‘Em

When it comes to a scheduled embryo transfer cycle, sometimes you’ve got to know when to fold ‘em. Heartbreaking and frustrating as it can be, there are sometimes good reasons to put the brakes on a cycle. Doing so does not mean all hope is lost. It likely just means the timing isn’t right at a particular juncture, and your hopes of achieving pregnancy have a better chance of becoming realized down the road during a rescheduled cycle.

Southeastern Fertility Co-Director Dr. John David Gordon and IVF Coordinator Lynda McCollum explain below in this edition of our Internet show “Talk Fertility.” P.S.- Don’t miss Dr. Gordon’s excellent (-?) Yoda impression near the end!

To schedule your free 15-minute telemedicine consult with Co-Director Dr. John Gordon, call 865-777-0088 or click here. To learn more about Southeastern Fertility, including our mission, values and team, click here. To learn more about IVF with Southeastern Fertility, click here.