We find out during my hysteroscopy that the mass has NOT shrunk from these Lupron injections?
This has been the topic of conversation the past few nights in our household.
We easily reached an agreement that might sound absurd to some–
We will transfer our embryos anyways.
Yes, you heard right.
Why? Well, for starters we already tried surgery in May of 2015 to remove the mass and it failed. We do not want to go that route again and we have informed our RE of this decision already and she respects it.
Secondly, we will have tried medically managing the mass through the Lupron. If this did not work, we will not do it again obviously.
Third, plenty of women have successful pregnancies with fibroids or masses in their cavities. Even my OB and RE support this fact.
You might be wondering why we even cared about the mass to begin with then?
Why not have just transferred months ago?
The answer is simple…
After 3 miscarriages, we all wanted to give it our best shot. We want my uterus to be as healthy as possible for a baby.
If we hadnt ever miscarried, and just found a fibroid, we probably would have just transferred as many do. But that was not the case.
Moving forward, we now know that we have done everything we possibly could have done. We pray it works for us.