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    Welcome @Rhino! Where are you at with your CT journey?

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    Hi Tahli

    CT? sorry don't know that abbreviation...

    I replied to Felicity's post - but may have ended up on the wrong post? ...


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    CT is Cape Town. xx

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    Ha ha ... thanks

    We have started looking into going to CT for an egg donation. We have just started contacting everyone there (Cape Fertility and some egg donation agencies).

    It's our last chance really...

    I'm a bit concerned about going to South Africa though... and need to know everything I can so I can be confident with our decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummy2016 View Post
    Still looking at options and planning.
    Anyone know if they do surrogacy in SA, or any agency that does this?
    Hi i enquired about surrogacy in SA and what Blinky said is correct. You must be a resident there. I have done a little investigating just to suss out options too and the countries i found that can do surrogacy for overseas people like us are Canada and Ukraine. Canada is pricey- they wont give actual costs but i have figured around 100k. Ukraine is affordale at around 40k but i am not so sure about travel to the ukraine? Somedays i feel like im gettig desperate for a baby and will do anything but then i have to make myself snap out of it and be realistic. Is ukraine safe, do they treat the women fairly etc. I have not research enough as there is not much info on the net that i can find. If you dind anything please let me know i think it is possible to get your embryos transferred to other countries if you can find a legal surrogate .

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    PS does anyone want to give me a new job because the one im in is giving me the sh#ts and is stressing me out. If i didnt need a billion dollars to do my next cycle i would just walk out!!! Argh!

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    Thanks ECM, we will hopefully be in Cape Town on 6th June and will look at apartments in V & A. I was thinking that area looked good, safe and easy to get to restaurants etc. Thanks so much for the information.

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    @MissSagi @Tahli I just got my treatment plan from CFC and they want me to go "back to basics". I have not told them about Dr M and immune issues. He if course has me on an intense protocol with LIT, neupogen, clexane, prednisolone and intralipids. Do i tell CFC about this? They dont even want me on clexane this time. What do i do? I feel i should be upfront but who know how Dr metebese will react. Help! Xx

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    What's the back to basics protocol they've suggested, and why @ECM1981?

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    Oh my. Today I broke down and wept my eyes and heart sore.
    A lady I know who had been trying forever to have a child just had a baby. I am happy for her, and actually feel like if God can do it for her, I have hope, my faith and hope is renewed. You see, her first child graduates university this year, thats how long she has been trying to have a child. I heard the news, wept, laughed, wept.
    Oh .....Lord!!!
    Just wanted to share that.
    Ladies, trust God, there is hope for us all.
    Ok, bye.

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