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    Oh Jennski, I'm sorry to hear about your BFN! Finding out at this stage that you didn't have the frosties you thought you did would just compound it all. I remember how I felt when we found out we had no frosties and no BFP. Take the time you need to grieve and hopefully there is an alternative plan B there for you. X

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    Jennski, my heart goes out to you. What a nightmare run. Take the time to be upset/heartbroken and then if funds allow get back on the horse, choose a different donor and have another amazing holiday in SA. Did DH freeze some sperm when you were over there?
    I just know that there is a baby in SA waiting for you. Xxx

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    Fingers crossed they're super dooper quality eggs @emski72 & you get fantastic fertilisation results with a handful of wonderful blasts in 5 days time!!

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    Hi Emski, 7 eggs are plenty, like you said, you only need 1

    Are you having a 3 or 5 day transfer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmmaJane75 View Post
    Hi Emski, 7 eggs are plenty, like you said, you only need 1

    Are you having a 3 or 5 day transfer?
    I guess it depends on fertilisation at this point...they have booked me in for day 5 so we'll see. X

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    Well I have everything crossed for you. X

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    Jennski, I'm so sorry. Reading you posts, I wouldn't be blaming yourself or your BMI for not being pregnant. No frosties made it either. Sounds like it was due to either eggs or sperm. Did they test DH's sperm?

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    Default Egg Donation in South Africa #10

    Nice surprise this morning, got a message from the bank querying some suss transactions on my credit card and yep someone in Africa has racked up 3500 on it. University fees, book shops and two flights. I never used my card anywhere remotely dodgy. Arssholes.

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    Default Egg Donation in South Africa #10

    Good luck @emski72 you'll get a good one from that lot, don't worry.
    So sorry @Jennski... I thought being thin only affected your ovulation so if that is not even part of the picture you will have no issue in my opinion.

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    Default Egg Donation in South Africa #10

    @Tahli it's hard to get excited when you can't picture all the details. I reckon you'll get excited when you're on that plane..

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