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    It gets worse, now I'm logged on trying to fix it for them. Leaving for the airport in about an hour so after that they are on their own. Stop stressing about it @emski72 (easier said than done I know) soon enough you'll be utd again

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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    It gets worse, now I'm logged on trying to fix it for them.
    Stop it!

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    Leyshoja, all the best for your trip to CT. Agree with Emski, just leave all that yucky work stuff behind. It's their problem now!.
    Enjoy your holiday and hope you come back with a surprise or two on board!

    Faith, that's great news you have started again. All the best for this next time around.

    Emski, try to stop the worry, but I know you still will! You will be just as organised as ever!

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    Happy travels Leyshoya! Bring back a stowaway or two...

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    Hi Ladies

    Hope you don't mind me butting in...?
    Well, just had my 5th failed transfer, and trying to face up to the reality we need to make another plan. Really sucks that today is my birthday, and would never have thought at age 42 I would still not be a mum.


    I guess I would like to ask a bit of advice form you girls that have been going down the egg donation route, as this is all so new. My DH is 38, and our diagnosis have been Male factor. Neverthless, two miscarriages and 3 failed transfers later, here we are.

    RE is sure the problem is the embryo is just not "the right one" between my age, and his sperm quality, and I suppose we can keep trying and hope we one day get "the right one", or try something different. We are in NZ, so testing the embryo's are as expensive as the cycle, hence impossible.

    Our thoughts have been to go down the egg donation route as hopefully we reduce one of the factors that contributes to our constant failure, and the baby will genetically be linked to at least one of us. Since I am orignially from SA, going there makes sense.

    I guess my questions are as follows:
    - does our plan make sense? (opting for egg donation where male factor is the recongnised problem)
    -where do we even start?

    I hope I am not asking silly questions!

    Thank you ladies.

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    Welcome zara im a kiwi and mfi is our issue as well as older eggs. We also thought ed might combat the mfi issue as well. I need to run but will send longer response tonight welcome luv xxx

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    Happy Birthday and welcome Zara!

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    Hi Zara, if you were 35 I'd probably say just use DS in NZ but being 42 and I'm assuming like most of us you're not made of money... Id suggest doing DE too if youre comfirtable with it. the clinic in SA is great in that it offers the opportunity to do a cycle using 1/2 Donor sperm and half your Hubby's sperm so you can see how things pan out and take it from there. xx

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    @Lisaxxx hope everything went well today with your scan x

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    @Lisaxxx hope everything went well today with your scan x
    Hi Emski
    Thank you everything went well measuring at 7 weeks with a good heartbeat. Because I'm a worry wart I'm having another scan in 2 weeks. There was another sac so maybe the other one may have been there but is no longer. EDD 24 Feb 2016.

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