I was just wondering if anyone knew how long after a CS I could do a stim cycle? I'm 15 weeks now and want to do a donor cycle for my sister when my bubba is out. Assuming I'm either not breast feeding or doing a pump and dump for a few week if I do?
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13-06-2013 18:56 #1
How long after birth can you do a stim cycle?
22-06-2013 23:18 #2Member
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Hi wise enough,
I am an egg donor and the general rule for the majority of clinics is 12 months if breast feeding. I have heard of donors having it lowered to 6 months if they aren't but not less than this as it generally takes this long for your cycle to return to normal.
A great source of information is egg donation Australia.
Wishing you all the best for your pregnancy.
23-06-2013 19:03 #3
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