Where to stay in Taichung?

written by Sansan


When I first emailed Lee Women’s Hospital, they replied and sent me a list of hotels where their foreign patients usually stay. We were fortunate enough to visit Lee Women’s Hospital with my in-laws a few months before we were to have our IVF cycle and my father in law asked around as to where the best place to stay is and Lai Lai Hotel was mentioned a lot. Continue reading “Where to stay in Taichung?”

How to Improve Egg Quality Before IVF

written by Sansan


I’ve had irregular menstruation ever since I could remember and I didn’t really think much about it until I had a check up before Archie and I got married and discovered I had Polycystic Ovaries. I just thought, wow I have lots of eggs. Well, yeah but it wasn’t until we were having our fertility workups that I realized that most of my follicles were actually of very poor quality. Continue reading “How to Improve Egg Quality Before IVF”

Why I had my IVF in Taiwan and not in the Philippines

Written by Sansan. Blog entry is first written on March 3, 2017. You can find the blog at http://alwayssunnyinmanila.blogspot.com/


 

It’s always a hard thing to leave our comfort zone. At least that’s what I felt when we decided to do our IVF in Taiwan. It was especially hard since my OB-Gyne here in Manila is just the nicest, sweetest person. She also does IVF in St. Lukes QC or BGC. The cost is not that much different if you compare having it done in Manila or in Taiwan. Actually, it’s a lot cheaper in Taiwan. But taking into consideration the cost of staying at a hotel/airbnb, airfare and food, It would say it’s about the same.

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IVF in Taiwan or Philippines?

Originally written on July 16, 2016 by Archie. You can find the blog at https://thestoryofaichi.wordpress.com/


It was 7 and a half years ago when we first said our I dos. We were greeted with warm smiles, congratulations and of course exuberant wishes of having babies. I thought we would immediately have one after a year or two, but after 7 years, we’re still waiting. Continue reading “IVF in Taiwan or Philippines?”