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    Default Egg Donation in South Africa #13

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    Quote Originally Posted by JulieMalooley View Post
    34w2d and really feeling it. Keep your eye on the prize ladies !! It's worth all the heartache, money and effort - or so I hear... I'll find out very shortly lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blinky76 View Post
    Julie wait until you get stopped everytime you go out to be told how 'clever you are for having one of each' .... Or the more frustrating ' are they identical' ������
    If we have b/g twins and when I am asked "are they identical?" I am going to give them a raised eyebrow and say "well ... one's got a penis and one's got a vagina, so what do you reckon?". That should stop them in their tracks (hopefully!!!)

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    Wow, Julie, this is me last week, at 26wks. I've now got 9 weeks to go - the Ob won't let me go past 36wks. I know everyone is different, but gosh, I'm a bit concerned now ...

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    @Jennski dont be concerned those last couple of weeks are doosies for growth. I was like you but my belly seemed to double in size each week from about 28 weeks. I went from not looking pregnant to looking like a full term single pregnancy at around the 34 week mark.

    JulieMalooley you look beautiful....not long now!

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    Hi All,

    Haven't been on this site for a looong time.
    After much heartache we are all set to go to CFC. We have a donor who is yet to be screened. All things going well we'll be going over 8 weeks from her appt. We are with Dr Matabese but have been told she'll be at a conference around the time when we would be wanting to go. So our options are wait a bit longer pr transfer to another doctor.
    Does anyone have feedback on the different docs at CFC?
    I have high NK cells and MTHFR heterozygous A1298C mutation, and have just found out I have uterine fibroids, so I guess I'd like someone experienced in these things. It;s important to me also that I have a doctor who is on top of everything and attentive and understands the importance of this to me and not blase, as I have not had this experience in Australia - often left to find out *significant* things or get things done by either by being very persistent myself, in which case you are seen as a neurotic nuisance, or by finding out things by accident - requesting copies of reports to find out results I was never informed of. You're left feeling the doctors don't really care and don't try very hard.

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    We used Dr Heylen at CFC - he was fantastic. Happy to give you any help - I have been to CFC 3 times now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith1311 View Post
    We used Dr Heylen at CFC - he was fantastic. Happy to give you any help - I have been to CFC 3 times now.

    You must think quite highly of it then.
    What was your experience like, at the clinic and with Dr Heylen?

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    Definitely stats update coming next week, first week off yay! Last week of work I finish Friday. And I've got two weeks till d day ... So I'll have some time to catch up on reading all the news ...

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    @Tahli... My transfer is penciled in for May 20th .. So may see you at the clinic. I haven't booked anything yet.. Gotta get moving. I plan on having day 10 scan here then flying over.

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