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    Default Overseas egg donors

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    I used donor eggs three times at Cape fertility in SA. After two trips we have 19month old twins and 5 frozen embies as a result.
    Feel free to PM if you have any questions.
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    I have used 2 different egg donors in Cape Town thru Cape Fertility. After 3 trips to SA.. 1 mc and I am now 25 weeks pregnant with a single girl after a single transfer. I am 41 with low AMH. Feel free to message me if you have any questions.

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    Hi for what it's worth I looked into the WEB and heard that the success rate was as low as 30% and it is very expensive. I can only gather that the % success rate is so low cause they freeze the eggs to ship them here and the success rate post thawing hasn't been great so far.
    My doc did say that a fresh egg is always going to be more successful and that can only happen if you find a donor here or an overseas clinic. Good luck! It is a minefield but there's lots of support on here

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    Hi sorry @weybridge it seems that what I've said is what you heard too so yeh not sure TWEB is a great option....

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    Hi Kylie,
    Congratulation on conceiving a baby girl.

    My story:
    I had tried for 7 years to become pregnant (AMH 1.1)had IUI's and was going to have a IVF for final closure waiting for next period to come, hence it was late and I found out that I conceived naturally and am now 23 weeks and 4 days baby girl due Feb 11 2018. So pleased I did not have to go overseas for egg donor because that was my next option.

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    Fantastic news @weybridge ! What a relief indeed!!


 

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