I also think discussing it here may have repercussions for Wazza. He does have colleagues who thoroughly (and in my opinion, incorrectly) disagree with what he does.
I think Wazza is one of the best at what he does.
You turned 38 in September 2012, 39 in 2013 - although you said you were 40.3 for you BFFP, 40 in 2014, 41 in 2015. Yet your signature says you're 42.
Humour me, because I'm just not understanding the numbers you're giving me. I assure you I can do pretty complex maths, but I'm not making this work. I assume that it's just a glitch in communication.
And I'm not having a go at you, so settle down with the insults please.
I don't actually care how old you are, I've always wondered how accurate people's signatures were or whether it was autocalculated or something. I simply thought that you had been an older Wazza success than what you're saying you were.
Last edited by princessrory; 20-12-2015 at 21:49.
In terms of QFG policy there is a laminated page on Wazza's desk which details a comparison of some stats between Wazza and average of QFG FS's and ends by saying he was within parameters and is hereby accreditated for another year. Multiple transfers were part of that criteria. They should embrace his brilliance, not try to restrict him!
Last edited by Gagingi; 20-12-2015 at 22:00.
BlondeinBrisvegas can I ask why you leant towards an earlier transfer?
The TET was on the table for our transfer two weeks ago, so must still be an option. Maybe we are an extraordinary case. One of the things I think we all appreciate with Wazza is that he can take in and hold so much info, so whilst he considers a TET as an option I don't think its use is based purely on age, but on overall clinical picture (in our case we have AMA/endo/adeno/PCOS and MFI issues).
To to be honest I have more of an issue with mandatory SET over DET, particularly for early transfers and/or when embies cannot be frozen.
Last edited by Gagingi; 20-12-2015 at 22:09.
Sure you can ask😊 The Day 4 transfer was because a Day 5 was going to fall on a Sun which meant I would've had to wait until the Monday & done a Day 6 instead.
I got cold feet over the thought of having to wait that long so opted for a Day 4 instead.
The Day 3 was because DP couldn't get the day off work for a Day 5 which would've been a Monday & I needed him to drive me home (no-one else could do it that day & they wouldn't let me take a taxi home which was fair enough) as Wazza gave me pethidine as well as the Valium for my transfers due to them being excrutiatingly painful for me.
The reason for the pain is 2 fold according to "The Man" himself...1. My cervix has scar tissue from previous Gynae surgery & 2. It was/is (had an elective C-Section) on the very tight side due to never having had a baby before which made "getting through the door more difficult" (i.e. passing the catheter through) according to him!!😁😁😁
After having the "Wazza Special" I was like..."Pain?? What pain??" 😁😁😁
Last edited by BlondeinBrisvegas; 20-12-2015 at 22:25.
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