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    Default Ahhh I can't believe this has happend

    I was a first time egg donor and had my eggs collected this morning, the lady I donated to got 27 eggs. My husband and I are staying in a hotel as it's close to the clinic and obviously we got a little carried away as we don't often have time away from our sons and we were intimate. Long story short we got so caught up in the moment and the condom fell off....


    now their is no way I'm calling the clinic as I'm not comfortable doing that.


    do you think there was a chance of left over eggs or that I may have released some eggs prior to them being removed the clinic was running 30 minutes or so behind. What do you think my chances are?

    I wasn't feeling sore or bleeding before anyone asks so I felt comfortable enough DTD.

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    I'm sure they would be very thorough in removing all eggs but sometimes they have to leave some behind if they're awkward to get to. I would think they would tell you that though.

    Anyway, presuming pregnancy is your concern, why don't you pop to the chemist and get the morning after pill just in case?

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    Whoopsie babies can happen in this situation. I've known one girl have a collection and cancelled cycle due to OHSS and end up pregnant as they ignored the advice to abstain.

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    Did she get pregnant with just the one baby?

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    I'd get the morning after pill, you can get it over the counter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Secretmember View Post
    Did she get pregnant with just the one baby?
    Nope - she had twins.

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    Get the MAP if you don't want to have a baby (or two or three).

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    I don't think the morning after pill can help, the eggs are already out there.

    They didn't tell you to abstain did they? I think you would be fine. I can't recall being told to abstain after donating eggs. They usually get them all.

    But several side notes: yay you for being an egg donor and helping someone. Secondly OMG 27 eggs is huge!! Thirdly can't believe you felt like doing the deed, I'm sure for days after mine.

    Do you get updated with fertilisation results? I donated to my sister so knew everything .

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    MAP prevents implantation, not ovulation, so yes it will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trustno1 View Post
    MAP prevents implantation, not ovulation, so yes it will work.
    "Emergency contraception (also known as the morning after pill or ECP) may stop a pregnancy before it starts by preventing or delaying the release of an egg from the ovaries.The ECP does not prevent fertilisation, inhibit implantation or end an established pregnancy. It is not an abortion pill. It also does not provide any on-going contraception and offers no protection against sexually transmitted infections (STIs)."


 

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