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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana0108 View Post
    @Chmeille congratulations.. baby Josie is adorable.

    @Shelter75 Goodluck!

    Hi everyone.. it’s been awhile so I had to back read.. I had just undergone hysteroscopy and thankfully all is good. I just need to confirm the donor.. my original donor was previously rejected by CFC as she hadn’t pass screening over a year ago but signed up with my agency who was unaware about it..luckily CFC informed my donor agency abt her..now im back again choosing a donor.

    Another donor was recommended but my concern is she got green eyes.. DH and myself have brown eyes..
    Did anyone encountered this or have to considered donor’s eye colour?
    Thank you

    Eye colour is a strange thing. I wanted a blue eyed donor (like me, I have blue eyes) even though I knew my baby wouldn’t have blue eyes anyway because my husband is Indian with brown eyes. I didn’t care about any of the other things though - height, hair, blood group etc - just eye colour.

    I still wonder why this was so important to me. It just seems fickle, but it was. I think I was fortunate to find someone who was such a good match and also a fabulous donor.

    Good luck with it all!

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    @Shelter75 - fingers crossed for you. Great news regarding frozen embryos. My daughter was I believe a non hatching blastocyst so I hope you are as lucky as I am.

    @Dana0108 - my first double donor were both blue eyes, I also have blue eyes and my daughter has blue eyes but some days they look black or dark grey. My second double donor egg is green, sperm is blue and I am just hoping it/they stick around for me to find out what colour eyes he/she has. My first egg donor I chose that time had blue eyes but failed the medical, and I wasn't happy to choose one of the donors that were available at the time who had blue eyes. I was majorly concerned about not having a blue eyed donor, but the I figured due to a few friends i know have brown and brown and have ocean blue eyed kids. Also two blue and ended up with dark brown eyed kids. What will be will be. I am going to love the child just as much whatever colour its eyes or hair is so I figured it didn't really matter at the end of the day. Good luck with your choice. I hope you get great results.

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    @Dana0108 what colour are your donors parents eyes?
    If she has green eyes she either carries 2 green genes or green and blue. If she carried a brown gene her eyes would be hazel as both green and brown are dominant genes. If using dh sperm you could only get brown eyes if she has a blue eyed parent. Blue is recessive so therefore only ‘shows up’ when both parents give a blue gene.
    If you let me know what her parents eye colour and your dh parents eye colour are I can tell you the possibilities of what you will get. If you want a brown eyed baby go for a donor who has both parents with brown eyes. Good luck

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    Thank you everyone for your thoughts.
    DH and I had a chat last night and have choosen to proceed with our 2nd option. If she is unavailable then I guess it’s meant to be the donor recommended by CFC. I guess I was just trying to think ahead and don’t want to answer to anyone if in case the baby got green and blue eyes.. maybe it’s my protective instinct..😊.
    Thank you for all your opinion..much appreciated.
    I am will just wait now for the donor agency to confirm..hope my new donor pass the screening.

    Goodluck to everyone who are about to go SA!

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    @Moc24 the donor recommended by CFC maternal eye colour is brown and paternal is blue.
    maternal grandmother & grandfather brown. paternal grandmother green and grandfather blue.

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    The eye colour thing is an interesting issue It wasn't a huge thing for me but I am thrilled how it turned out. My SD was green eyed, my ED was brown eyed and I am blue eyed (from brown/green parents) . My twins have the most beautiful blue eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana0108 View Post
    @Moc24 the donor recommended by CFC maternal eye colour is brown and paternal is blue.
    maternal grandmother & grandfather brown. paternal grandmother green and grandfather blue.
    Hmmm well she could not have green eyes from brown and blue parents so her mother must be hazel (often mistaken) so she has got green from her mother and blue from her father so no chance of brown there unless your dh is brown brown (no blue eyes In his parents/grandparents etc)then you will either get hazel or brown. However if your dh has a blue gene you could just as easily get blue!

    Unfortunately blue is recessive so can be carried for many generations without knowing it is there until it is matched with another blue gene.

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    @Moc24 DH is brown brown..based on ED’s profile green from brown and blue parents..so maybe she’s hazel instead of green.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana0108 View Post
    @Moc24 DH is brown brown..based on ED’s profile green from brown and blue parents..so maybe she’s hazel instead of green.
    She couldn’t be hazel with one parent being blue as hazel is one brown gene and one green gene. Blue eyed people always have two blue genes so have to give one to their offspring.
    If dh definately has no blue anywhere in his bloodlines you can only get brown or hazel. So one gene from each parent you could get
    Green brown which shows as hazel
    Blue brown which shows as brown
    Hope this helps

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    @ Shelter great news about your 6 frozen embies & good luck with two. hope all goes well.
    2@Hazzie Thanks for the Dr suggestion, I've decided to go with Le Roux at CFC as the other ladies recommended. So far communication has been great & I didn't have to send new tests.

    I've found a new donor, hoping everything goes well this time. I'm feeling good about it, hoping to head to CT in June/July.
    Ladies I'd like to know from those ladies that managed to go to Ct for just 4 days.
    HOW they did it?
    Where did you stay?
    If you stayed for 4 days did any of you have a successful pregnancy?
    Please help.............
    CFC have recommended I come for 8 days, because they prefer to do a fresh cycle???I can't afford to do that plus I don't think my work will let me, I've just spent 21 days in CT in March.
    Thank you in advance.

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