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Patient Stories

OriginElle’s first patient Thanhtruc Tran had twins from her first IVF cycle, then went back six months later for another baby.

Thanhtruc Tran wasn’t new to assisted reproductive technology when she went to the OriginElle Fertility Clinic & Women’s Health Centre not long after the clinic first opened its doors in January 2011. She and her husband Vanquang Tran had been trying to have a child for three years and had been patients at another clinic.

After ten IVF attempts and seven years of failed pregnancies, persistence at last pays off for a determined Montreal woman in her 40s

Despite a soft-spoken mannerism, Boriana Tzvetkova makes a first impression as a resolute achiever, focused on overcoming obstacles.

A Montreal lawyer, Boriana, 42, immigrated to Canada from Eastern Europe 15 years ago. She and her husband Roumen, a research chemist, had met and dated as neighbors in their native country.

30-year-olds Karina and Yan knew that getting pregnant would be problematic with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Looking back five years later, however, they had never anticipated all that they would endure to have a child.

Their fertility journey started in 2009 when the couple decided they were ready to start a family. Karina was aware that she suffered from PCOS prior to trying to conceive and knew that she would likely need to seek treatment for her condition in order to have a child.