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    Default Going for IVF to Europe? Is it a good idea?

    Hi! I am 30 years old and I wanted to travel for my IVF. First I was considering India, but later I read about a 66 year old lady, that gave birth to twins in a clinic in Kiev, Ukraine
    so I have an appointment for 11th of April, I will stay there for 2 days, receive my medicine protocol and will do my cycle till june.
    Good luck

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    Sorry but I don't have any advice.
    Good luck and hope you get a BFP soon!!!!

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    Can i ask why Australian IVF is not an option?

    good luck

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    I made IVF in Australia, it was two times not successful, I have read about new technologies of using stem sells while IVF, the chances to become pregnant grow up twice, and the IVF attempts are unlimited as opposed to local one.
    In addition my grandfather was russian, so I would like to conceive there, in means to me a lot

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    We are planning on doing our next cycle in Bangkok next march. Good luck to you, wishing you all the best!

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    samantajhones are you still going to Ukraine with your sister in law for a surrogacy program?

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    Yes, my sister goes for surrogacy, we have one problem of infertility, but my sister's one is more difficult, we plan to go together, our husbands are Australians.


 

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