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    Hello

    I'm currently still cycling with my own eggs, but am exploring the possibility of donor eggs if nothing happens with mine. I had been having good cycles up until the most recent stim, which was a bit of a dud. The main problem at this point is ethnic background: both DH and I are non Caucasian and are looking for a donor of the same background as us. I don't have any friends of that background, no sisters, and all relatives/ friends are around my age anyway. It seems that finding a donor of that background is next to impossible locally, so I think we are looking at overseas, but not quite sure where to start.
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    Default Egg Donation (Recipient Thread)

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    Last edited by Lozby; 06-04-2016 at 13:36.

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    Hi Springy! Sorry to see you here (in the nicest possible way) I was hoping you were going to have a better result with your current cycle , it was sounding so promising.
    What is your hertitage ... some one reading may have some suggestions for you on options.
    Em xx

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    Hi Lozby, my meds are pretty straight forward, so my GP prescribed them about a month ago. Synarel and progynova. I'll also be adding some immune assistance in as I have some issues. Prednisilone, doryx antibiotics for DH and me, clexane, then in SA I start progesterone in oil.
    How about you? What will you be on?

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    I'll be on progynova too and clexane patches. That's all I know of so far. Ive never even made it to an EPU so it will all be a first but hopefully it goes ok. I still haven't booked accom or flights yet as am waiting for my official timeline for my donor. Can't wait to start booking things!

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    Oops, Not clexane, I meant climara patches

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    Lol I WISH there was a patch for clexane!

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    Hi Ladies,

    I have been with Melb IVF and Monash IVF. I am currently with Dr Lynn Burmeister. Lynn wants me to do another stim cycle as I have only had one with her but I think that may be a waste of time. I am looking at ED from The World Egg Bank (TWEB)...mainly beacuse they send the eggs to Australia and with my DH's work he can't take much time off work without much notice...


    It is very expensive and the success rate is only 55% of transfers... SA I think is around 80%...!!


    Anyway, I think we have to go with TWEB... I am finding it hard to chose a donor...

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    Hi girls, just popping in to say I had my scan all was fine it was 13.3 mm so good to go

    We leave in a few hours!!! Hope your all well

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    Myheart you found the thread! Have you thought of doing SA and shipping the sperm? Thats always an option too as there is big differencecost between SA &TWEB.


 

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