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    @January I'm wondering if that's what I'll end up doing! Thanks for adding me to the roll call too!

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    Hi Girls,

    Tahli, great numbers!!!! They're the numbers dreams are made of. Hopefully the good news continues and your BFP is not too far away.

    Lolly, nice ... I like it.

    AFM - we had thought we had found a new donor last week, but now find she has strong beliefs on what Dr we should use for her cycle, and unfortunately that's not the Dr we use. Good Lord, I would have thought as the cost bearers, we would well and truly have the luxury of choice of Doctor !!!!! Time is not on our side, so when we really need to be planning cycles, we are stuck in a bit of an email standoff and wondering if we have a donor or not. I will begin trawling through all the profiles again just in case ours decides she can't see our point of view, or just how head-strong I can be. So frustrating! Anyway, rant over now Ladies, thanks for listening!!!

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    Jen, are the doctors both at CFC?

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    emski72 - so sorry to read it was a BFN I had my baby 6 weeks before my 50th so you are a spring chicken compared to me! Thinking of you hun xx
    I know love, you're my inspiration. My weight loss surgeon said today 'you'll probably fall pregnant naturally when you lose the weight', I like his optimism ha-ha.

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    Good luck for transfer @Tahli you must be super excited !! Did you end up having 5 courses at the Vineyard?
    No surprise early BFP for me guys at 9.5dpo but that's to be expected. The POAS-a-thon has well and truly started though. @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

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    Tahli, good luck today.

    Leyshoja, great news, enjoy your POASing! 😊

    Emski, nice for your Dr to say that, but it won't happen unless you're on your immune treatment 😊

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    @Jennski, why on earth would it matter to your donor which doctor YOU use ?? What's up with that ?!?!?! I hope she sees reason soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    @Jennski, why on earth would it matter to your donor which doctor YOU use ?? What's up with that ?!?!?! I hope she sees reason soon.
    To be fair the Dr is up her jootsy too

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    Ah well if the donors doctor is always the same as the recipients doctor then that makes sense I guess...

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    And they are up hers more than ours too...I can understand it, in my 20s I was funny about that stuff.... even now there was s a doc at CFC who looks like a co worker of mine who I don't particularly like so there is no way I'd go with him...

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