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    Hi @Tahli it was a hard decision as our donor was wonderful. They look very similar so could be twins.

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    It sounds like a really sensible decision @midnite01. I'm looking forward to seeing a pic of bub in the coming months!

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    Thanks I wasn't sure how many more cycles the donor and her sister had done so thought we would act now. The sister has excellent stats said Le roux.

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    @Cathy69 I'm just past the 14week mark and still not allowing myself to get excited just yet. Everything baby wise is going exactly how it should so we dont need to be so cautious but we can't help it after so long getting here. Im wanting to share our news with my mum on mothers day but DH is not keen on us telling anyone for as long as possible just because he doesn't think he could face having to untell people should something happen. Not sure how long we will be able to hide it tho because I look like I've swallowed a whole watermelon. I'm having such terrible bloating and fluid retention I have no idea what excuse to use when people start asking why I look so big. Flowing dresses only hides so much.

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    Congrats @Outoftime it's perfectly natural to feel that way after the journey we have been on. With my first with long battle of IVF I didn't want to buy anything until I was almost 30 weeks. All the best for remainder of your pregnancy.

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    Congratulations @Outoftime
    I was exactly the same. I just went though the motions of doing what the obstetrician told me I needed to do. After so much bad news at every scan prior to my DD being born, I didn't allow myself to get excited as I expected bad news each scan even though my pregnancy was perfect til 36 weeks and I had high blood pressure and looked like a water bomb about to burst. Baby was 100% ok through the entire pregnancy. It wasn't until I was holding my beautiful little girl in the delivery room that I believed she was real.
    Good luck and enjoy every minute of it.
    xx

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    Default For anyone located in Perth. This is today.

    An independent review of the Western Australian Human Reproductive Technology Act 1991 (HRT Act) and the Surrogacy Act 2008 is being conducted by Associate Professor Sonia Allan. Submissions and comments are invited from interested parties on matters including but not limited to:
    Access to information by donor conceived peopleSurrogacyResearch on human embryos, eggs and spermPre-implantation genetic diagnosis/screeningPosthumous use of sperm and eggsThe oversight system, data management, research, new technologies, and more.Community Consultations

    As part of phase two of the review, A/Professor Allan will be conducting in person consultations from 9-20 April 2018. She would like to meet with consumers; donors; donor-conceived people; and other interested members of the public.

    Community consultation sessions are being held at.

    DateTimeVenueFriday 13 April 2018
    2pm to 4pmHealth Consumers' Council
    Unit 6/40 Lord street, PerthSaturday 14 April 20181pm to 3pmJoondalup Library
    Meeting room 1
    102 Boas Avenue, JoondalupMonday 16 April 201810am to 12pmBunbury Library
    Small meeting room
    1 Parkfield Street, Bunbury

    We invite you to come along to share your experiences or views about assisted reproduction, surrogacy, donor conception, and/or related matters. No booking is necessary.

    If you are unable to attend but would like to speak to A/Professor Allan in person or via telephone, please contact The Program Manager, Reproductive Technology Unit, Department of Health by e-mail HRTSR@health.wa.gov.au or by telephone (08) 9222 4334.

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    Hi ladies. Hope everyone is travelling nicely along in either their pregnancies or wherever you are in your roller coaster of a ride. So I fly out tonight for my second trip to Cape Town. My first trip attempt was kinda doomed from the start with only getting 2 embies which didn’t take but also there was a question mark over quality. So I’ve had to do a complete new cycle with a new donor which I’m hopeful for. Apparently my donor is a really good facial match She had her egg retrieval yesterday and got 14 eggs. Unfortunately will be in the air when I hear from lab about fertilisation so it’s going to be a tortuous 8 .5hr flight. So really hoping this cycle is more successful . Feeling the pressure a bit more this time as 2 close friends who like me are single and who have had to use donor embryos are both pregnant. One friend came with me last trip to CFC and got pregnant first go. The second friend got pregnant second attempt with donated embryos at home. Obviously so happy for them as we’ve been all trying for the last 2.5 yrs. but really hope I’m not the one who it doesn’t work for. Anyway need to start thinking sticky vibes. Good luck to those heading to CFC soon.

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    Default Egg Donation in South Africa #16

    @Outoftime hope everything continues to progess well for you. My baby is 2 weeks old and I “still” feel it’s too good to be true and am totally scared that something will go wrong. I totally understand the fear of not telling anyone after many years of disappointment. And, in hindsight, I wish I had of enjoyed my pregnancy more, but unfortunately I spent all the time worrying. Be confident that this time it will work for you and enjoy!

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    So I’ve arrived in Singapore and eagerly opened up my email. NO email from CFC. So not a happy camper!!!!!! Have emailed them but it’s after hours so will probably have to wait till Sunday morning which is another 15 hrs!!! I reeeaallllyyyyy hope it doesn’t mean none of the 14 eggs have fertilised. Just another way to screw with my head


 

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