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    @ Pauli77 if you are having LIT it must mean that you and your husband have a few 'matches'. You should only transfer one embie as if you transfer two and one has lots of 'matches' the immune system will flare and prevent both implanting. I hope that helps with your decision.

    Also most clinics will only do double transfers for over 40 year olds or after three or more failures. Yay for starting jabbing, it always feels better when you start 😀

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    Yep agree with scruffy. I did 5 IVF transfers before I found out I have hla matches with hubby which mean only 1 transferred from now on, otherwise one might attract the immune to flare up and it will kill both.

    My first clinic wd only transfer one on the first go, after that they transferred 2 but I was 39 then. 41 now😔

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    @Pauli77, the same thing happened with my DH and the scare tactics our FS used. I was fuming! They are exceptionally anti multiple transfers in Australia, but even the U.S are coming on board now with single transfers. We did end up transferring two for our last try and the waiver that bbhope mentioned is utterly terrifying to sign. I nearly didn't go through with it. Like Cheifsgirl and Scruffy said, with the matches I think it's Dr Sher's blog that explains why you should only transfer one.

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    What a response girls! Thanks heaps for all the support and advice Bbhope, Chiefsgirls, scruffy, Ladybug14 and MissSagi

    I will show my DH the inputs that I just read from you guys and we might even cancel the app with the doctor and save some $$$

    Thank to you girls ,I feel confident now that only 1 embryo is definitely the best decision

    What an amazing bunch of people that I have found here !

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    Hi all, does anyone know of an egg donor program anywhere in the world including here where you know and have contact with the donor, similar to known donors here in Australia? We want to know our donor and for the child to know who they are etc but after losing our donor last month I am finding it hard to find another one and just want it to happen sooner than later. Any ideas? Don't want completely anonymous... Thanks, freaking out

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    Have you tried Travelling Donors, thailand & USA?

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    I think Thailand is "known" under the table but don't quote me. You could ask on the thailand thread under egg donation.

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    Just a quick note, to say that it's all good news :-) The Harmony results from the US are low for all three trisomies. I asked if there was a percentage with that, and the secretary said 0.01%, and then said that that equates to 1:10,000 chance. I way like those odds better. I'm rather relieved, but strangely still not over-the-moon. I feel like I should be, but I just aren't. Also, on the way home I realised that I never asked the sex, but I guess I was just more concerned about the health, and can always find the sex out another time.

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    That's great news Bertie, It will probably sink in, in the next couple of days. Now it will probably kill you to wait til Monday to find out the sex! 😊

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    Having more dramas with Dr M's office. I called G on Wednesday for a script for clexane as I only had 4 days worth left. Expecting it in the mail on Thursday, it didn't arrive so I thought it would definitely turn up today.....No it didn't and I dont have enough to get me through the weekend! Having a bad run with them this week. Will have to grovel at the emergency clinic tomorrow for a script...hopefully they'll come through for me again.
    This immune stuff is the pits 😬


 

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