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    Yay ferngirl. You jumped.

    Now enjoy the process

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    TannyMac, I understand exactly how you feel, I was devastated when we didn't get any frosties either. It's hard not to think we are going to get eggs to the freezer and it's so disappointing when it doesn't happen. Hopefully those two lovely blasts will do the trick. X


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    Hi @ferngirl, you just have to jump into it. I've got to admit I would NEVER have committed and sent money to SA if there weren't already a heap of people here who have done it, and I agree that epiginetics play such a big role that I didn't stress too much once I selected our donor. The one stressful bit is that I told them I'd like to cycle asap and boy didn't they try to accommodate ! That was 5 weeks ago and we should be going in 3 weeks but still waiting on definite dates and hoping to get some tonight .... Very stressful right now but I will book accom this weekend at places with free cancellation as I'm worried we won't get in where we want to. The flights with SAA seem to always be around the same price so I don't expect we will get a sale price anytime soon. Good luck !

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    Good luck @TannyMac - those two will be the pick of the bunch. I understand you must be stressed though, but 70% chance of success is nothing to be sneezed at

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    Hi Ferngirl I think you need 10 posts to do a signature.. .you'll get there quickly!
    Welcome to the thread, you'll find lots of support here

    the last roll call can be found here

    http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/forums/showthread.php?540610-Egg-
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    That explains why I couldn't set a signature - thank you!!!!

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    Thanks so much ladies - great support unit here! It's nice to keep busy for a few days before we fly out. Visited the Penguins at Boulders Beach and went to Cape Point - very beautiful. Snuggled up on the lounge now, then off to high tea at Mount Nelson tomorrow. As Dr Le Roux said to me "holding thumbs" which is what they say instead of fingers crossed. I'll be holding thumbs for the rest of us and the others planning their trips!

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    Default Egg Donation in South Africa #9

    Quick one, CT is on, donor has passed all tests, but her AMH is only 8.9? They never mentioned that it was low or anything, but mine is 12 ??? She is 24 !! What the?

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    Their scale is different from memory and that sounds like it would be good against their scale... maybe google, if not someone here will know. x

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    @Pixel said this on this thread many moons ago

    For the records my donor is 24 yrs old got a AMH of 2.15. (they say anything over 1.2 on their SA scale is good and most donors get between 2.5 -5 over 5 can be heading towards PCOS) AMH scale is 0-10 different from ozzie scale.

    I'm not sure if that's reassuring now... maybe she's just a super donor like @MrsErinR I'd be interested to know what your donors AMH was Erin given your completely outstanding embryo count!
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    Thanks guys I just googled and yep they have a different scale and measurement units. She is right at the highest possible level so yay . Madly booking stuff today yippee

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