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    Quote Originally Posted by midnite01 View Post
    @leyshoja 4 quality blasts from 12 is pretty good. What was her amh like? How many eggs were mature? Im assuming you did isci??
    They never did say how many were mature. Her amh was really high, over 9 from memory and yes they do icsi. I've just sent an email off to the clinic to see if she's available regardless or if there is anyone else they can suggest. I want a @Chiefsgirl experience - a truckload of eggs followed by a truckload of frosties followed by a truckload of babies on board!! That'd be wonderful.

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    I reckon if you could find out how many mature, what size the follies were just at or prior to trigger, if the remaining follies contained small eggs or were empty, whether there were any issues with eggs being realised and maybe donor could have double trigger if need be? Hope this helps.

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    It would be interest to know how many mature eggs and you would know fert rate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    I'm starting to think about Plan E now. The backup plan for if these last two frosties are not successful.... My CT donor had 24 follies retrieved, 12 fertilised, 4 x 5 day embies. If we do another donor cycle, do you think this is a pretty good result, or should we perhaps try a different donor next time ?
    @leyshoja does she have a good track record i.e. have recipients had any pregnancies from her eggs? If not I think I'd change and look for someone who has. (My donor hasn't BTW, yipes)

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    I'd probably go with a new Donor if it comes to plan E @leyshoja, if 4 of her top quality eggs/embryos haven't stuck then that's a risk I wouldn't be willing to take again. And when choosing a new donor I'd go with someone who has been proven by ivf not just her own baby as the clinic will know how that donor responds to the protocol if you get what I mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnite01 View Post
    It would be interest to know how many mature eggs and you would know fert rate.
    I'll see what I can find out ...

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    Is Lynn still doing DHEA @Charlie74? She seemed to be going away from using it in my last OE cycle. You have to take it for 3 months or longer to see any effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    I'd probably go with a new Donor if it comes to plan E @leyshoja, if 4 of her top quality eggs/embryos haven't stuck then that's a risk I wouldn't be willing to take again. And when choosing a new donor I'd go with someone who has been proven by ivf not just her own baby as the clinic will know how that donor responds to the protocol if you get what I mean?
    Agree, that's a sham the whole 'proven donor' thing. Just having had your own child doesn't make you proven.

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    Having said all that I'm full of poo because my first Donor only had her own baby, and my new one isn't proven 😄 but I want you to have the best possible chance.

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    Wazza will throw everything at it. Many fly up to see him, might be worth a nsidering before Cape Town? - I'll shamelessly get some info from another thread ...brb

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