Oh gosh Bib I hope they arrive in one piece. They haven't transferred them yet. They are travelling with ivf couriers. They personally deliver them. Not sure on transfer yet, I am having a scratch done on the 13th may. Will speak to fs tomorrow to work out details. Anyone know it think it's a problem being they are donor embryos? Surely they would just be under my name.
@BlondeinBrisvegas Thank you lovely its so hard to believe that it could actually happen but your right there is always a chance
Did you find switching to Wazza made a big difference ?
I'm not sure as i dont seem to get blasts if there is much point doing another cycle with my own eggs if this one doesnt work.
I'm really stretched with funds too and just really want to have a baby in the next year.
Last edited by amie999; 27-04-2016 at 18:42.
It made a big difference in the protocol he used...the combination of FSH, the way they were taken, the procedures he did (Endo Scratch/Lipoidal Flush), the pharmacy of supplements and drugs, even when he TESA'd the Ex, he checked many different places to see if he could find any sperm (such as the Vas Deferens).
I think everything he did made a difference and helped both myself and the Ex maximise our chances of producing a Golden Egg/Sperm. The meeting of those 2 is all the Embryologist's doing...she's the one who injected that particular sperm into my particular egg thus creating a healthy embryo.
I also think there is some kind of element of synchronicity involved too...that all the factors/requirements needed to produce a viable pregnancy have to come together all at the same time for it to happen. Wazza gave us all those elements but after that it was out of everyone's hands and up to "Babyluck" I reckon
Aaaah...whether to do another OE Cycle or go to DE is something for you to decide Luv. Get Wazza's opinion for sure on what he thinks is the best way forward plus all the Lovelies here that have/are going down that path can help you too with any questions etc that you might have. After that, weigh it all up and make a decision.
Don't go putting the cart before the horse just yet Luv though it's good to have a Plan B just in case
Last edited by BlondeinBrisvegas; 27-04-2016 at 18:54.
I'm sure IVFA would have checked it out thoroughly. About time we got some support from local clinics (Wazza excepted of course. That man would do anything to help us ladies get UTD).
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