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    I have been reading along girls but since I had to create a new password so I could download the pics from the Mac Bubhub on the tablet doesn't work (even when I put in the new password). What is it with computers?! eBay have a 4 day list as many items for free so DH has been on the Mac going crazy. (eBay *****!) It's a great way to make some extra cash though.
    @Tahli as someone once said POAS is a cruel master. I think a little burning ceremony of the leftovers is in order when you get beta HCG confirmation. Get some revenge I say.
    @winsor I am so sorry that you lost your little one. I was happy to read though that your DP mentioned donor eggs. You were meant to be a mum. I know it.
    @Blossom we never looked at donor embies here but the US clinic we were considering would have been around $20,000 (Mostly due to poor exchange rate) but that was everything.. flights, meds, accommodation, treatment etc. You get three transfers of either double or single (your choice) good quality embies. Their success rate was 90% over the three attempts and they also offered a money back guarantee (a bit tricky when you read into it as you need to travel to the US for tests).

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    @Blossom74 from my understanding the world egg bank is done through monash and was around 25k or so for 6 or so frozen eggs i didnt pursue this cause i had heard they didnt have overally great thawing method and i figured for that money i could go overseas for less. @Blossom74 fab news about going to the bank.

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    @winsor bless little Gracie forever a perfect angel.

    @Tahli enjoy your poas journey i hope its your last one 😀

    @Blossom thats fantastic news luv. Wow how your dh has changed. I'm so excited for you. Well your going to turn into the research queen now comparing all your options here and os. Good luck

    Afm im still having my dreams about triplet girls. My only complaint is waking up and they're not here. It feels so real and we are so happy. I really hope i get the chance to see my dreams come true.

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    Default IVF over 40 #28

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    @winsor, I'm sorry this has happened. I think little Grace left this earth enveloped in a cloud of love from u & DP, and all the girls in here who have been thinking of her in recent days. Love to you X
    @JulieMalloolley, that was quite an effort writing that! Thanks sooooooo much for taking the time. At 41 & not having come ANYWHERE close to doing what you've done, it really is an amazing story for me to read. I'm sorry for the sadness of the the losses you had, and all the emotion & money spent... But your determination inspires me. I'm a VERY determined person, always have been . It's a joke in my family that when I get something in my head im like a dog with a bone & wont let go! But with this fertility stuff I feel myself wavering some days & think 'maybe I should just let it go? Maybe I should accept that it's my own fault I'm 41 & have no children?'

    But your story fills me with hope. It inspired me before you had these gorgeous babies, & even more so now!
    Same, I'm like a dog on a bone too. But look where it finally got me. I can't recommend CT for DE ( @Blossom74) and an immune protocol strongly enough. Considering my Aus donor cycles cost me $30,000 for those 5 embies $20k oop, and CT with a sorely needed holiday included cost around $16000 for two of us (no expenses spared - we did all the touristy stuff) plus $2.5k for the FET which got my BFP, I think it was much more affordable.

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    I still have a second squinter of a line girls but it's not progressing in strength of colour. It's very feint and comes up within the time frame. 12dpo today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnite01 View Post
    @Blossom74 from my understanding the world egg bank is done through monash and was around 25k or so for 6 or so frozen eggs i didnt pursue this cause i had heard they didnt have overally great thawing method and i figured for that money i could go overseas for less. @Blossom74 fab news about going to the bank.

    Yes, just had a look at The World Egg Bank actually, and it's waaaayyyyy too expensive for us. But a small personal loan combined with the little bit of savings we have left might just cut it for an Egg Donor cycle if I found someone on EDA. I think that's the way we are heading, with donor embryos as a backup. Fingers crossed the bank will come to the party. Today, in preparation, I am working on my ads which need to get approval prior to publication as I'm in Victoria.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    I still have a second squinter of a line girls but it's not progressing in strength of colour. It's very feint and comes up within the time frame. 12dpo today.


    I don't reckon that's too bad love. Considering you're not great with FMU, AND it's only 12dpo which is still early on, I reckon it's very good to get your double pink lines within the allocated time frame.

    Think back to when I got my BFP. I had a barely there squinter at 6dp5dt. So grey and fine that DH couldn't even see it. I know it's nice to think you could get a blazing red line across the stick but in reality sometimes these things take time. It's an exercise in patience, I know!

    I reckon you have a nice little singleton in there, and soon enough he will start to make his presence very well known

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    I still have a second squinter of a line girls but it's not progressing in strength of colour. It's very feint and comes up within the time frame. 12dpo today.
    All good! My afternoon POAS was stronger than FMU. And my line was only looking nice & pink, but still a bit faint at 8dp5dt. Give it until tomorrow to strengthen up, the good thing is that it's not lighter & it's showing up in the time frame

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    It is getting lighter.

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    I'd say you're safely UTD @Tahli!! its super early still and a line is a line is a line!

    Be positive, I reckon in 8 months time you'll be hitting the labour ward with a few of us hopefully not far behind you!!
    @Blossom74 thats great news, EDA seems pretty good from what Ive seen with people finding donors so theres a great chance you'll find yours.

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