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    I'd probably just poas tomorrow and Saturday as I would think it would give you an answer one way or the other, by 14 dpo -Saturday morning it should be clear. But you do what you think as I know the stress must be enormous. Let's just hope tomorrow morning shows those 2 frucking lines!!!

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    @leyshoja Agree with @emski72 Luv Or else there's a box on the form where you can tick it urgent and specify what time you want the result by in the "Time:" section then there's usually a space right underneath where you can write a ph or fax number

    I may or may not have ticked the urgent box and written a time down on my own request form when Wazza was away on holidays and I was emailed abovementioned request form as I had been foolishly entrusted to take it to the local pathology place on my own

    I may or may not have had the results by 2 pm via ph call from FN that day after specimen being taken in the morning!!
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    @leyshoja @tuxcat makes offers a good counter argument too Maybe sleep on it and see how you feel in the morn??

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    @leyshoja Agree with @emski72 Luv Or else there's a box on the form where you can tick it urgent and specify what time you want the result by in the "Time:" section then there's usually a space right underneath where you can write a ph or fax number

    I may or may not have ticked the urgent box and written a time down on my own request form when Wazza was away on holidays and I was emailed abovementioned request form as I had been foolishly entrusted to take it to the local pathology place on my own

    I may or may not have had the results by 2 pm via ph call from FN that day after specimen being taken in the morning!!
    Lol. Shifty. I have the form here... My pen may slip

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    @leyshoja Oooops!!!!😁

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    @leyshoja I think @tuxcat has good advice. I'm so gutted for you girl if you don't get this. No one should go through the cost and hassle and stress that you and yyou partner have........ And I've only seen the past year or so.
    Grrrr *shakes fist at universe *

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    as one of the original members of this thread I pop by and read everynow and again. It is so wonderful to see that DE has become a journey that so many of you have taken... 2years ago when I started the DE route it was just only beginning to become more accepted by us mature gals.
    I hope that everyone can keep their mojo going it is hard and of course expensive. I look at my 2 chlldren that 5yrs ago I would have laughed that I would have 2 children and I dont regret the pain of 11 cycles, my huge mortgage or the loss of genetics I just see my wonderful kids...
    So keep up the fight... I was lucky enough to get pregnant at 41yr with own eggs then 44yr with DE...
    Huge Hugs to all you amazing amazon warriors.. a secret club of determination pain sweat and tears that no one on the outside understands.

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    Holy crap its Micca! Nice to see you!

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    Thanks @micca, that is the only thing that has kept me going - that I know all of this will eventually be worth it. I lay awake last night from 1am onwards (jetlag or stress), had a little cry feeling sorry for myself, thought about a ham sandwich (no deli goods right if you might be UTD), didnt because i might be UTD, spent a lot of time thinking about what if its BFN and have realised that I know I can't stop. DP says we can't afford to do another DE stim cycle but I know I will regret it for the rest of my life if we just stop. Well, its still BFN this morning so I'm pretty sure this one is a done deal.
    We have the two frosties back in CT (groannnn I didnt want to fly that far again) but if they don't end up in a BFP I want to go for donor number 3. FFS I CANT believe that TWO donors have not given me a BFP yet. I feel so sorry for myself its pathetic. Why am I SO FRICKIN UNLUCKY. That was 'lucky' cycle number 13, I think I did 10 embies of my own, 5 from donor number 1, now these two perfect ones from donor number 2 and still nothing ?!?!? WTF ???? No, really, WTF !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    @Bongley Very interesting article and I support gender selection for family balancing and medical reasons only personally. I also think women should be compensated to a certain degree when donating their eggs but it should be a set amount accross the board for everyone and nothing outrageous either. Maybe a couple of thousand and that's it??

    How's things going your end Luv??
    @BlondeinBrisvegas good thanks should get the results of the first scan this morning. It's pretty early though, only day 4.

    Yes I agree, a bit of compensation would be fair I think. I'm not sure about family balancing but I guess to some infertile people it seems pretty frivolous. I'm sure it isn't to the family who have yearned for a girl after having 4 boys however. (gee give me that problem!)

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