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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    @Chiefsgirl can I ask why Hawaii was so expensive? Was it clinic costs or country costs? I need my plan in place if the next FET fails and maybe it's an option if I can do it cheaper than what I thought you spent?
    The $$ varies depending on which donor you choose, their travel costs, clinic monitoring costs etc. we saved by choosing a local donor so the travel costs were less and no extra monitoring costs. Our first pick was nearly $8k more because she was based in Chicago. These were our costs- all in USD

    Agency fees - $4,500
    Donor compensation - $6,000
    Psych evaluation - $500
    Donor medical insurance - $245
    Ivf fees (for donor and me) - $15,900

    Total USD$27,645 which came in around $35k aud.

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    Hi everyone! Just checking in so i can follow the new thread.
    @Chiefsgirl wow! That is expensive!

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    Great news @Corbes! How many dpo are you?

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    @Corbes WhooHoo!!! Congrat's Luv!!👏 Must be a relief for you😊

    So far so good!!😊 P4 can fluctuate throughout the day too. Your level is quite good but understand taking some pessaries will give you that peace of mind😊 Can never have too much progesterone when you're Preggo!!👍

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    That is great news @Corbes, remember it's the doubling you need to worry about! Good idea to start pessaries tmw.

    So I just had a doozie of a fight with dh in the car on the way to dinner with bil and now I have pains in my tummy!

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    @Chiefsgirl What kind of pain?? Just growing pains I hope!!! Please take it easy Luv ok??xo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefsgirl View Post
    That is great news @Corbes, remember it's the doubling you need to worry about! Good idea to start pessaries tmw.

    So I just had a doozie of a fight with dh in the car on the way to dinner with bil and now I have pains in my tummy!
    Thanks for that @Chiefsgirl and that made my decision easier. CT it is, if we need another donor...
    Give your DH a slap for upsetting a pregnant woman ! Unless you were in the wrong of course, in which case give yourself a slap lol

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    congrats Corbes! the doubling sounds right on target

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    I was very ragey in the early days @Chiefsgirl
    Congratulations again Corbes!!

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