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    Hi ladies hope everyone is going ok. I don't often post here as I'm a bit busy with my 6.5 month old twins. I've been clearing out and found I have 8 crinone and 5 Gestone if anyone in Sydney would like to have? All still in date. Can't promise I would post as too busy for the post office I'm afraid but pm me for collection. 😄

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    Firstly, massive congrats to @emski72 and @ferngirl on achieving sibling pregnancies. Woo hoo!!! How are things going with your bloods/first scans?
    Secondly, @Canuck1 what's happening with your precious daughter hun. You've come so far. I'm worried for you both. You've been in my thoughts.
    Last edited by Tahli; 09-02-2017 at 07:15.

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    Thanks @Cathy69 and @Melodyj7. @Tahli, she is still inside (and kicking occasionally). 24 weeks is viable, which is allowing me to plan and go through all the baby clothes people have given me second-hand. For me, it was a mental hurdle. I have had such bad luck that I didn't believe that this was a good one. But she is...
    I do hope she cooks for another 15 weeks.
    To all those thinking - just do it! (to quote Nike) My biggest regret in this process is not moving to donor eggs sooner. I just couldn't accept that my eggs weren't good. I am more relaxed in this pregnancy because I know the congenital risks are less due to the egg donor's age.

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    Same. If I had found out how easy donor eggs were in SA sooner, I would have one it sooner too. Giving up on your own eggs is the biggest hurdle.

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    Hey @Tahli, thanks - all going ok so far... scan Monday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnite01 View Post
    Melody i think its probably worth getting tested to see if you have any immue issues like nk cells. Sorry i dont know your history how many previous transfers and cycles did you do. I have elevated nk cells so take steriods ckexane etc. All the best.
    I don't have elevated NK cells.. But for all my cycles Wazza had me on low dose steroids .. Prednisone 10mg per day plus 60 clexane plus all his other drugs such as feldene nitrodur ssndrena ethinyl estriodIal etc. I am currently 14 weeks pregnant with number 2 after my recent (3rd visit) to cfc for donor eggs.

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    Sorry, thread crashing again, massive congrats @emski72, so glad it worked out for you. Didn't you use the same donor as you did for DD this time around? Xx

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    Sorry, thread crashing again, massive congrats @emski72, so glad it worked out for you. Didn't you use the same donor as you did for DD this time around? Xx

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    @Canuck1 I'm glad to hear you can feel her move occasionally. Do you have an anterior placenta? Are your scans going well? Are you booked in for a C-section, in 15 wks? Enjoy sorting through your baby clothes. It's such an incredibly special time.
    Fab news @emski72. I'm sure Monday's scan will go brilliantly!!
    (Huge hugs to the over 40's thread girls, xxx.)

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    @Molros No she got pregnant herself at the 11th hour! How rude. So we had to go with a new donor.
    @Tahli how is your pregnancy going?

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