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    Welcome to the thread Tracey!
    Best advice is ask questions here - or read through the old threads although at this point you might need to set aside about a week do read them all , but it really is worth doing as there are lots of tips, accommodation recommendations etc.

    AFM - looks like this cycle is going to be a bust for me, it's coming up to 8dp5dt today and not a hint of a second line so I've started putting plan B in motion which is a trip back for a full (and last) fresh cycle in October. Hoping like crazy I can coax my donor out of 'retirement' to cycle for us, if she can't I'll have to find another I guess

    Anyone who has travelled with a little one, I'm looking for self contained accommodation recommendations with a baby - prefer near the clinic that aren't too outrageously expensive. Also what did you do for a car seat/pram while over there, did you take your own? Oh it's going to be a rigmarole!

    I hope my other TWW buddies are going well, looking forward to hearing some positive news soon!

    Em x

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    Oh Emski, I'm so sorry to hear that, I had all my fingers and toes crossed for you. I hope that you can coax your donor out of retirement for plan B in October. X


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    I was just jumping on to see how you were going Emski, I'm so sorry to read your news, could it be a late implanter? Will you be having a blood test?

    We are leaving tomorrow, not looking forward to the flight home.

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    Lol I love the way we are all up at stupid hours... I can't get my sleep pattern back!

    I'll go for BT on Monday to give it every chance but at this point it would take a bit of a miracle I think. Lisa hopefully you're bringing back some excess with you - don't forget... a few days of gestone in your carry on! x

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    Best wishes Emski. Glad you're prepared for one more shot.

    Airbnb may be a good starting point for you or homeaway. My friend's sister who is originally from Capetown used them for loads of accommodation over Christmas. Another friend had great accom in London/Europe and never paid a lot.

    With a child it's just more adventure. That's what I have to tell myself to prepare for the future anyhow.

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    I know right... It's been a week since we returned and I am still waking up between 3-4 am every night.


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    Thanks for the welcome ladies. I'll read through the thread with a cup of tea!
    I'm an experienced IVFer. 3 years, 22 cycles, 7 pregnancies. Just felt my journey wasn't over after a couple of years off so thought if spin the wheel one last time with a young donor.
    I've heard the success rate for older (eeeik) women and young SA donors is quite high.
    Keeping it real at the same time!
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    http://www.exxpectations.com/news/ma...arean-sections

    This is a friend's daughter (the doctor) in Brisbane. Wonder if my doc would consider if all good and healthy?

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    Hello Emski!

    I've been watching for an update from you since I'll be doing the exact same trip next year to transfer our last two embryos. I really hope the blood test gives you a nice surprise on Monday!

    The best of luck to everyone currently cycling or about to!!

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    Thanks Twirly... You just never know in this caper! X


 

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