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    Default Failed IVF - how to adopt?

    I'm new to this forum. I guess i was searching for some help. Today my husband and i found out that our second lot of IVF hasn't worked. We are both 39 years of age, and i only had the one egg to fertilise this time, so our time is, or has, run out. We desperately want to bring a baby into our lives. I am wondering if anyone can give me information on adopting from overseas (as we think we are too old to be accepted with Australian adoption rules). Thanks!

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    So sorry to hear that your journey seems to be at an end. I hope you can find peace.

    Have you considered fostering instead? What state are you in?

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    Hi sorry that your IVF cycles haven't worked.
    Have you considered using a egg donor? I have heard that adoption is a lengthy process.
    All the best and I hope you get a child soon


 

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