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    Default IVF over 40 #28

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    Homemade kimchi. On my way to good gut health again 😀 which is apparently good for fertility also.
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    Hello 😊Brisbane is easier than Sydney for me as a lot more direct flights from Townsville to Brisbane but yep it is a bit trickier. Are you with Genea? I tried them but didn't have much luck so opted for Wazza.
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    Hi @Maxwellsmum, I'm in Nth Qld too but I was going to Sydney. It's a bit of a trick when you have to travel too isn't it!

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    I'm putting my order in now for a bumper crop of BFP's for all the girl's coming up to cycle.
    @Tahli I agree with Juliemalooley. I have a good feeling about this one. If BiBV is taking bets I am going with a singleton.
    @BlondeinBrisvegas so sorry you are having to deal with your ex DP's crap. What is it with guys? Awhile back I suggested going to a singles meet up to a male friend of mine. He predicted that it would be mostly males. When I asked why he said that the guys would all be divorcees who had plenty of time on their hands, while women in the same situation had too much to do and too many responsibilities to look for a guy. He was right. There were a dozen guys and 1 girl there.
    When you're ready to move on (and I am not suggesting this is the time) make sure your ex DP takes on enough responsibilities that you get time to pursue other relationships too.

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    Good morning, lovelies.

    I'm just about to head off to work (back tomorrow evening) so am hereby officially handing the POAS Baton over to @Tahli. Make sure you disinfect it well first my love, it's just pulled up what will be my final BFN for this cycle. Sorry girls, looks like I'm out

    DH and I have decided we are not going to waste any more time, worry or money on OE cycles, and are instead seriously considering donor embies or failing that, donor eggs. Between you all and I, I have secreted away a last amount of about $4K which is what I call my "Last ditch, final chance" at becoming a Mother. I would much rather do our final shot with embryos or eggs which are more likely to produce a successful result, and have no reservations about the non-genetic link at all. So we are moving forward with that in mind, and hopefully an Angel will come to us in our time of need

    I guess the best part is that this route also gives us a little leeway time-wise too. Time for us to heal after the loss of Blossom, time to heal physically from all the meds, and time for us to save some money for our future nursery (I hope!)

    OK, I'd better get moving.

    So @Tahli, when might we expect you to start POAS? Hmmmm?!

    See you tomorrow ladies
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Good morning, lovelies.

    I'm just about to head off to work (back tomorrow evening) so am hereby officially handing the POAS Baton over to @Tahli. Make sure you disinfect it well first my love, it's just pulled up what will be my final BFN for this cycle. Sorry girls, looks like I'm out

    DH and I have decided we are not going to waste any more time, worry or money on OE cycles, and are instead seriously considering donor embies or failing that, donor eggs. Between you all and I, I have secreted away a last amount of about $4K which is what I call my "Last ditch, final chance" at becoming a Mother. I would much rather do our final shot with embryos or eggs which are more likely to produce a successful result, and have no reservations about the non-genetic link at all. So we are moving forward with that in mind, and hopefully an Angel will come to us in our time of need

    I guess the best part is that this route also gives us a little leeway time-wise too. Time for us to heal after the loss of Blossom, time to heal physically from all the meds, and time for us to save some money for our future nursery (I hope!)

    OK, I'd better get moving.

    So @Tahli, when might we expect you to start POAS? Hmmmm?!

    See you tomorrow ladies
    @Blossom74 so sorry about your BFN glad you have a plan but its sad giving up your OE

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    Default Hugs Blossom

    Not the news we wanted to read today. So Sorry Hun, take care & safe work travels xo

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    @Blossom74 I'm shedding tears for you in my car on my way to work today. I'm so sorry. The decision to give up on anything is so hard but often it is what is needed to create a new opportunity. Soft cuddles for you today xxx

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    Blossom I am so sorry to hear about your bfn. I am glad you have some money to move on with donor embryos.

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    Personally I don't think I would consider DE but that's just me. Want our own baby but won't break the bank doing it. Women who donate Embies are Saints, I couldn't do it.
    Must be a long waiting list for DE I would imagine

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    so sorry to hear @Blossom74. I'm glad you have a plan for what comes next. take care today. I hope work takes your mind off things for a bit

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