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    Default Please help - embryo donor wanted

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    Default Please help - embryo donor wanted

    Just wanted to wish you all the very best Kindness, I really hope that there's someone out there that can help make your dreams come true. Sounds like you've been through a really difficult time.

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    Thank you for your kind words Green Fairy. Keeping my fingers crossed.

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    How are you going Kindness? Much response to your earlier post? Thought I'd give you another bump and get your story up again.

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    Thanks Greenfairy. No, all quiet so far.

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    Best of luck Kindness. I'm sure you'll be a fantastic mum. I'm sorry to hear of your marriage breakdown but glad you have the support of your mum, so important when you are growing (and raising!) a bub! <img src="images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" smilieid="1" class="inlineimg"
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    Can I ask, please - what is the difference between egg and embryo? Or there is none?

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    An embryo is a fertilized egg. Goodluck kindness.

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    Hi Kindness, just wanted to wish you all the best. I'm also a single lady, 41, and did 6 rounds of ivf with anonymous sperm donor but sadly my eggs are no good. It's less expensive to fly to South Africa for donor eggs and sperm than going through a clinic here with a donor. There's lots of info on the SA thread below. Good luck xx

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    Ah ok
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