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    I kind of agree too, if I was going through first half of IVF I would want to like and trust my doctor, I think Egg collection is full on needles, egg extraction etc for me I can't imagine it as a 20 something, but I understand the process is frustrating it's hard to get all the planets to align the way you like !

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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    @emski72 I love your doctors optimism too however you do always hear those stories about people at 43 and 44 falling naturally. Wouldn't that be a hell of a turn up ! We can only hope
    Leyshoja - I am going to be a damperner about that idea of getting pregnant naturally at 43/44 - sorry. In the vast majority of cases when that does happen, they already have children - statistics for first time natural pregnancies (and the more important live birth following) in the 40+ age group don't bear even looking at. I agree about how nice it would be but am a believer that living under false hope (even a little bit) does more harm than good. You (and basically everyone on this board) are doing the best they can and doing a great job, sadly, intervention, doctors and 1001 injections seem to be our best hope.
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    Yeah I know, I was just trying to turn a frown upside down. It's a miracle when it does happen. Just ask Michelle bridges lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    To be fair the Dr is up her jootsy too
    Emski I have never heard that word before!! And I'm a nurse!! I love it and think I'm going to steal it!!

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    I'm following @Lolly99's lead and changing my horrendous user name which is a version of my ex husbands surname. When it's done I will be JulieMalooley so for the next few months before and after its changed I will sign with my 'other' name as well so people get used to it..
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    Emski: Just spat my tea out giggling to your comment about her jootsy..definitely my word of the day!Jennski: If you like your new donor, would it be worth considering changing docs to keep her happy? I think all the docs at CFC are pretty good (in my humble opinion...)Leyshoja: Good luck, fingers crossed for a BFP.Hello to everyone else, just popped in for a quick read while Baby PJ sleeps...
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    @leyshoja - juliemallooly! whoa I've only been here a few months and I'm starting a trend!! When you send them the email just tell them the name you want and it took me a few days but they changed it!! I love the new name!!

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    Default Egg Donation in South Africa #11

    I sent it yesterday or the day before so should be soon

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    @Tahli make sure you go with a full bladder and then get a picture of the scan. They also gave me the cutest little baby scan album to put it in. I didn't get either of those things last time but the nurse did comment this time that it was a great clear scan because of my bladder. Maybe that's the only reason I got the pic.. I've been looking at it a bit today, kind of getting my hopes up now that it's getting close to BFN/BFP time...

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    BFP ! I have a grin from ear to ear woot woot !!!!

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