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    Tahli from my perspective I would maybe do a last cycle with your own eggs knowing you have frozen embies as a backup. Its also weighing up the cost v success rates.

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    So sorry to hear Tahli. Big hugs for you. Everything crossed for your lucky last little embie. The last one was the sticky one for me when I had our first baby. Xx

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    I thought this was worth sharing ... What we go through to try and make our dream of a family come true is hard and hard to talk about ...
    http://www.themotherish.com/ivf-trea...yringes-photo/

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    Oh yeah my fs posted that pic on instagram... very confronting

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    After my BFN yest that image just made me cry...sums it up alright.
    Yest my 3 y/o son impulsively jumped in the shower with me and asked me why my tummy was green. Initially I thought he meant the reflection from the shower curtain but then realised it was the Clexane bruises I'd been successfully hiding from him. I hastily said I'd bumped into some furniture. Thankfully he didn't see my black bottom from the POIs.
    This weekend I'm choosing between:
    1. Taking one month off IVF
    2. OE cycle with LB at a cost of $5k oop with a 10-15% success rate. I'll be lucky if I get 1-2 mature follicles and 1 x day 3 embryo to transfer.
    3. Use one of my Cape Town embryos at a cost of $3k oop, all inclusive, with a success rate of around 50-60%. I have 2 frozen embryos with SD1 and 5 frozen embryos from SD2.

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    Default Egg Donation in South Africa #11

    Um yeah, I think they forgot to put the 458,000 pills in that photo with the syringes. That would be more true to life. @Tahli how are you going to do CT FOR $3000 oop when the flight are almost that?

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    So sorry this wasn't the time for you @Tahli

    thinking of you

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    Tali - correct me if I am wrong .... JulieMalooley, South African Airlines usually have $1300 odd airfares from the capital cities in the lower seasons so the $3k is usually quite achievable for FET (at least it was for me).

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    Yeah my Fet cycle was 4k staying at the vineyard for 8 nights. Depends on the time of year you go.

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    Default Egg Donation in South Africa #11

    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy69 View Post
    Tali - correct me if I am wrong .... JulieMalooley, South African Airlines usually have $1300 odd airfares from the capital cities in the lower seasons so the $3k is usually quite achievable for FET (at least it was for me).
    Not sure @Cathy69, I've never seen cheap fares when I needed them. I had in my mind that the flights were $2800 for some reason, but they are more like $1800, so yes you could probably do it for not far off $3k. I did my FET in CT for $2600 all inclusive, but got $1200 off my flight due to qantas points last time so it would have been around $3800 full price.
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