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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    Ok this is really starting to stress me. I don't know which way to turn and couldn't get onto my FS today who is not keen on any of this anti immune stuff. Last thing he said was there were additional antibody tests that had come back of mine that he didn't understand the significance of and he would get back to me. Who is dr M?
    Leyshoja - am I right in thinking you are in Brissie?
    If so and you want someone local try calling Dr Warren De Ambrosis. He does immune protocols and intralipids here for a lot of his patients.
    He also has been mentoring Dr Charlotte Moorling - she now works out of his offices and takes patients there.
    Warren has a long wait list but Charlotte is much quicker to get in to see and consults with Warren on her patient list.
    I did DE with immune protocol with Warren and he was awesome. I firmly believe this protocol was what got us across the line. (I did a DE cycle prior to our successful one with just half the protocol (no intralipids) that resulted in a BFN)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blinky76 View Post
    Leyshoja - am I right in thinking you are in Brissie?
    If so and you want someone local try calling Dr Warren De Ambrosis. He does immune protocols and intralipids here for a lot of his patients.
    He also has been mentoring Dr Charlotte Moorling - she now works out of his offices and takes patients there.
    Warren has a long wait list but Charlotte is much quicker to get in to see and consults with Warren on her patient list.
    I did DE with immune protocol with Warren and he was awesome. I firmly believe this protocol was what got us across the line. (I did a DE cycle prior to our successful one with just half the protocol (no intralipids) that resulted in a BFN)
    Yes @Blinky76 I'm in brisbane. If there is a long wait list I'm in trouble. I'll be talking to my FS tomorrow to see what I can organise but so far it's looking more likely that it's easier to do in Cape Town...

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    Default Egg Donation in South Africa #10

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    Thank-you so much @Sunnygirl04 @Kay2015 @leyshoja @Miss Sagi @mardicharli @Cathy69 @pinkshootingstar for the benefit of your accumulative experience and for helping to kick start my DE journey!
    @Kay2015 How did you manage to put your donor on hold for 6 months, rather than 3? @Miss Sagi and @Cathy69 I've registered with Cape Cyro, ta. I'm just waiting for the log in details. I would have been surprised by the marijuana use too but at least they declared it I guess. The thing I think a lot of donors leave off their profiles is issues around mental health, either their own or family members. Great suggestion to email pics of myself & my son to the donor clinics too, ta!
    This weekend I've fairly thoroughly gone through 5 clinic's donor lists. I kept coming back to one donor in particular so I've emailed for more info. What info would you be asking about a proven donor? And does any-one have experience with Nurture? Ta!
    Hi @Tahli

    I didn't put her on hold for 6 months as such, but rather just couldn't find a date until about six months out. EDSA were able to make that work for me.

    Also, I would highly recommend you send a picture of yourself and your son to the donor agencies. That's how I identified my first donor (who fell pregnant so I had to find a new donor). Not only does it cut down your workload because the agency can filter for you, but the only people who have MET the donors are the agency so they can make matches in ways that you can't.

    Re Nurture, I honestly wouldn't worry about which agency - identify the donor and the agency will do their job.

    Good luck!
    Kay
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    Hi all, Just an update from me - we have 10 embies still growing, and a 5 day transfer planned for Wednesday. I am feeling cautiously optimistic.

    Jennski and Wazbub let us know how you're doing! Hope everyone else is well,

    Kay

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    Great news Kay! You should feel optimistic, that's a great result. 😀

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    Hi Girls

    Just quickly, lining scan done today - 10mm, Dr W very happy.

    All else going fine.

    Looking forward to catching up with August ladies, Kay2015 mobile # is best option to contact me.

    Hope everyone else is great.

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    Congrats Kay and Jennski, sounds like everything is on track !!
    Just FYI, intralipids at CFC are only around $245. Incredibly cheap.

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    Hello August/September ladies
    Just wondering if there are any group catch ups happening whilst I'll be in CT? I'll be there from 22 August to 4 sept and partner only there for first week.
    I've loved the catch ups both times I've been in the past.
    Thanks 😀

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    Hi pink
    We would love to, we are the same dates leave Friday night ! I'll pm my phone number

    Hi leyshoja .. What are intralipids ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferngirl View Post
    Hi pink
    We would love to, we are the same dates leave Friday night ! I'll pm my phone number

    Hi leyshoja .. What are intralipids ?
    It's an Iv drip of soya oil, egg products, saline etc that the give to women with immunity issues or killer cells.


 

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