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    Oh Lord a broken leg Kay!?!? I wouldn't cope.

    Trust me it's not a short 9 months....still 5 months for me and I'm not coping.

    August sounds perfect. Good luck.

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    Canuck – Congrats on seeing the dude and he’s measuring a day ahead too. Hope the spotting stops soon, although it’s common, most of us would prefer not to see it. Glad you’ll be taking it easy, always a great idea.

    Kay – Great that you have a donor locked in for August. I found the donor selection and finalising to be only stressful part, everything after that was fairly easy. Looks like you and I are going to be August cycle buddies, i am planning a FET for August.

    Emski – Not long now till you start prepping for your FET. All the best.

    Blinky and Miss Sagi – Am following you two twin mommies’ progress and happy you ladies are doing well, and that the bubs are going strong.

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    @Kay2015 and @faith15 I'm planning on SA in August if my last FET fails - transfer is next Thursday of one last egg donor embie. It's not a great one so I'm planning on full steam ahead as soon as I get a bfn. Just staying a bit low for now on this thread because I'm still a bit in limbo but stalking big time

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    Congrats Canuck!

    KMP - where was that so I don't book with them!?

    Been hell of a week here with three trees gone in front of the house, neighbours car totalled and no electricity for a couple of days - kept thinking of people with babies and how they were coping!!

    Kay - choice of donor always serendipitous!

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    Crabby....a long way ftom you....Sunshine Coast Radiology. Moving on...moving on.

    It's been really hairy around Newcastle for sure. How sbout those poor people stuck with no power, no supplies and no way out...Wildest weather I've seen for a while. Glad it's all over. Dawn service snd walking for me in the morning. Best head off to bed.

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    Thanks kmp - started to wonder where and how to book....

    yes we are just at Northern beaches know much worse on central coast.
    My son kept asking why we couldn't fix the tv with batteries πŸ˜ƒ

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    Another August possible here. Our final OE FET ended in the predicted BFN. We will know in the next week or so if we have a local, known donor. We are not counting on it and are planning for CT in the second half of Aug. I have draw up a preliminary short list of about 20 to go through with DH. Once we have come up with an agreed, shorter list I will contact agencies to check availability.

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    Thanks for all the kind wishes.
    Kay, congratulations on the donor.
    Faith, you have such a wonderful positive energy (yes I know it's the internet, but you must be truly lovely IRL).
    Sunny, sorry this didn't work out for you. I must say that once I made the decision for DE and looked at the stats, it was pretty easy to move forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canuck1 View Post
    Thanks for all the kind wishes.
    Sunny, sorry this didn't work out for you. I must say that once I made the decision for DE and looked at the stats, it was pretty easy to move forward.
    hi Canuck, we have known for a while that we would move to DE after this last FET. It is now a matter of does our known donor say yes, if not we're off to CT. It took a while to come to terms with but we have, I just want to be making progress.

    i knew it was a distinct possibility but it took my husband longer to accept but surprisingly he was the one ready to move forward first. I was all set to do another stim cycle, he was the one saying it is time to move on.

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    So the August ladies could include:

    - Faith
    - Sunnygirl (tbc – depends on potential with local known donor)
    - myself

    Leyshoja you're not on the list as you have an upcoming FET so fingers crossed that you're successful with that.

    Kay

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