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    Good news patsy and blinky for locking in your donors.

    Myheart, with the only info you supplied my gut would be to go with the 27yr old if a fresh cycle. I didn't get my period till I was 16 and at 19 they were still irregular. Can you get more info? All the very best to you.

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    Pink, ababySA let me confirm my donor in Nov for a March cycle.

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    Myheart - I would actually ask the clinic about which donor would be more suitable in order to make your decision.

    I ended up choosing an older donor - regretted it in the end. Not saying that will happen to you, because it really is the luck of the draw as every single cycle is so different, even with the same donor. But if I had gone with the clinics recommendation my original donor would not have been on the table. I was just very drawn to her because she had a child of her own and had produced twins via her first donation and then another pregnancy in the second donation which did not progress.

    The clinic were originally guiding me based on how many eggs were retrieved and how many were frozen (if any). As you know, we didn't even get to use our original donors eggs because there was only one poor quality egg. BUT we did get to use a frozen egg from the egg bank and that donor had produced a tonne of eggs in many cycles. So in my opinion (whilst looking at the gorgeously handsome product of that frozen egg sitting next to me right now - my 4 month old son) I would say let the Drs at the clinic help you as much as possible. They actually know many of the donors as they have donated there a few times, so let them give you some help there.

    RBx

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    Didnt realise Sonia (unsuccessfully) went to south africa for a donor. Hi Sonia if you (still) read the forums

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    Do you mean Sonia Kruger Tittle??

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    yep

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tittle View Post
    yep
    Wow. I hadn't heard that.
    Anyone bump into her on a visit?

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    Hi everyone,

    Did Sonia Kruger go to South Africa? I thought I read her friend donated the egg but not sure where I read that. A bit jetlagged actually - maybe I didn't.

    We arrived home last night. Gee Sydney must have had a lot of rain in the last 3 weeks. Our garden looks great as it hadn't rained for weeks before we left.

    Sad to have left SA but good to be home too (sort of). Feeling OK. BT on Tuesday.

    Hi to everyone.

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    Welcome back Luca. Good luck for Wednesdays test!

    Yeh it has rained a bit! Best get DH outside to mow your lawn etc

    And yep. Sonia Kruger ended up using her friends egg but also went to SA previously as per this article.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luca View Post
    Hi everyone,


    Sad to have left SA but good to be home too (sort of). Feeling OK. BT on Tuesday.
    Just popping in to say hello - tired and sickly but everything well.

    Good luck Luca for the test - also best wishes to anyone else who is deciding on a first go or another go, travelling, waiting or carrying

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