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    Default Egg Donation in Greece #5

    Here's the roll call! Adding Rebecca72.

    Currently there or just back from Greece.....

    @Peninsula Girl - going over 17 April
    @Treens73 - Going over 23 April

    ✈️✈️Heading over to Greece.....

    @missjaay - going over 1 May

    @kefbub - going over 4 May

    @bindyboop - going over 15 May

    @Phia - going over 22 May (15 May start holiday)

    @Alicat77 - going over May? @rebecca72 - going over mid/late May
    @Joyang - going over 31 May
    @Homy going over mid June
    @Juventina - holiday 23 June with Dr N 16 July
    @suzan22 - June or September
    @Nilza79 - going over 1 July
    @Ashwa - going over October



    BFP and Due....
    @Yasna 23 October
    @Mrsl73 19/23 November

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    @Charlie 74
    It took me awhile & once i did i wish we started the process sooner. I was heading back to check bloods before our last ivf treatment ( well that's what hubs thought i would have wanted to keep going) the doc told me i was in perimenapause at age 44 & i initially felt devastated but in hindsight it was a positive step for me to not keep trying at this age & waste money, time & heartache when the odds are so low.. from there it took me 24hours of tears & a few days to investigate & decide on our next path. Within two weeks of that doc appointment i was booked in for May with Dr Nikos. We leave in just over week. Its been a journey for us all & a time for positivity & a little baby dust x

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    Quote Originally Posted by missjaay View Post
    I have a Citibank debit card for the upcoming trip and I'm starting to get worried about how much money I can withdraw from a Greek ATM. Anyone who has withdrawn money using an Australian card at the Greek ATM?? What are the daily limits? Depends on my card limit or the local Greek limit (capital control measures)??
    Hi @missjaay i use citibank too when i go to athens so i have done this myself. You can withdraw $1000aud, which is about 600euro perday in cash ftom atm. Eftpos and credit electronic payments are unlimited. Also make sure you ring your banks and inform them dates and location of when u r overseas so they dont cancel/block your cards. :-)

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    @missjay we where able to withdraw up to $1,200 euro from a machine at a time. If we needed more money we went to another machine lol

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    Is anyone going through embroyoland?
    Is there a facebook group set up?

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    Default About me

    Aged 44 - 45 in may
    Me: 3 child prior relationship, poor egg quality, age, endometriosis, no tubes, NKC,
    Partner: no children, low sperm count, age

    6 years of ivf, miscarriages and embroyos not implanting.

    Egg donor: January 2017 (embroyoland) -BFP: miscarriage.
    Egg/Sperm Donor: Mid may/Late may 2017 (embroyoland).

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    Default Egg Donation in Greece #5

    Ages 38 in may
    Me : 2 children previous marriage
    Menopausal from 32 no eggs at all
    Had a tubal ligation at 28.
    Partner: 35 1 child great sperm

    Ivf didnt make it to egg collection stage as none to collect may16
    Had an egg donor cycle produced 1 mature egg in turn an embryo transfered at day 3. BFP
    Miscarriage at 6.5 weeks dec16
    Greece with Dr N on the first July and he has said he wants to give me twins.
    FINGERS TOES AND EVERYTHING ELSE CROSSED!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorgeousgeorge View Post
    Hi @missjaay i use citibank too when i go to athens so i have done this myself. You can withdraw $1000aud, which is about 600euro perday in cash ftom atm. Eftpos and credit electronic payments are unlimited. Also make sure you ring your banks and inform them dates and location of when u r overseas so they dont cancel/block your cards. :-)
    Thank you so much, @gorgeousgeorge what a relief to know of your experience!


 

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