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    Quote Originally Posted by Amandamoo View Post
    Does anyone know if Dr Matthias from Sydney does appointments via Skype or something?

    Thinking of making an appointment after the miscarriage with the twins. I feel like I need to be taking more to help support the pregnancy.

    TIA

    Yes, he does, Once you booked in he will consult via phone. I did the same in 2018 and followup consultations, he will call you.

    Due to the distance I now see Dr Peter Ellims, he is good too but in Melbourne. Few grils here have seen him too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1greenfrog View Post
    I had the ERA, EMMA and ALICE all done last year in May as one test, it was 980euro, price depends on the exchange rate and costs on you card (at the time it was about 1650 aust at the time) Plus the biopsy cost me $400, plus drugs.
    I remember having an ultrasound (can't remember if I paid for this, probably ������ ) to check the lining after taking progenova from day 1 and then progesterone for five or six days... I think it was dependent on the thickness of the lining before they got me to start the progesterone, then five or six days later they did the biopsy.

    @Positive1, It sounds tight, but maybe the test comes back sooner now. I think it was three weeks later that I got an email from Spain with the results, and then a couple of weeks later that I got a letter from my FS office with an explanation of the results.
    Yes, you are right, I check with Dr JS, cost about $2,000. and result would come in 3 weeks, so perhaps 4 weeks in total.
    I will ask him, he wants me to push the month. But I decided to go ahead as I planned before. Will see how I go. Seems everything is tight now.
    Thanks for the responsne.

    BDW, where did you do all these test? Seems its was not in Australia.

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    I did them in Melbourne, but the sample was sent to Spain. To Ingenomix I think it's called.
    That was last May/ June could be done in Australia now. Not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michy1980 View Post
    Hope you don't mind me randomly replying but yes he does, I consulted with him from New Zealand!
    Thank you for your response . To be honest I was reading your posts (not sure if you started the thread) and how you highly recommend this Dr after your miscarriages. That got me thinking maybe I should be doing the same. Thanks for responding

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amandamoo View Post
    Thank you for your response . To be honest I was reading your posts (not sure if you started the thread) and how you highly recommend this Dr after your miscarriages. That got me thinking maybe I should be doing the same. Thanks for responding
    My pleasure I have read your story also and I'm so terribly sorry that you lost your little twins. That is just devastating. I truly hope Dr M can help you, his help saved my life and I hope he can do the same for you.
    If you have any questions etc don't hesitate to reach out x

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    Default Egg Donation Greece #19

    Quote Originally Posted by Aussiesofftogreece View Post
    Thanks Amanda.
    I haven’t ovulated and had a blood test to confirm. But I have a follicle growing... so it’s coming! But Dr Nikos just said it doesn’t matter if I have ovulated by the time I get there?? So now I’m soooo confused!
    Any ideas?
    I don’t believe it matters at all. You are having a transfer, in a natural pregnancy you ovulate then the egg travels to your womb to implant so why would it matter? It only matters if you are doing full ivf cycle with egg collection.
    I could be wrong though??
    Last edited by Moc24; 12-02-2020 at 23:22.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amandamoo View Post
    Hi everyone, I'm so excited..... My donor angel had 20 mature eggs and 14 fertilised overnight.
    I'm super excited

    Have a great weekend.
    Hi @Amandamoo did everything work out this week & embryos a-ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverview View Post
    Hi @Amandamoo did everything work out this week & embryos a-ok?
    Hi @Riverview 😊
    On day 3 we had 12 embryos then day 5 we had 6 embryos. They have been frozen and sent for NGS screening in Turkey.
    Fingers crossed they all come back normal. We are over the moon. The results will take 3-4 weeks to come back. I’m nervous and can’t stop eating.
    I’ve returned back to work part time this week after the miscarriage.

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    Wonderful news @Amandamoo and good your easing yourself back into work. And nervous eating never hurt anyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moc24 View Post
    I don’t believe it matters at all. You are having a transfer, in a natural pregnancy you ovulate then the egg travels to your womb to implant so why would it matter? It only matters if you are doing full ivf cycle with egg collection.
    I could be wrong though??

    It matters in terms of timing. It's ok if you ovulate, but you have to know exactly when it happened - so it's not the ovulated egg that's the problem, it's the effect ovulation has on your lining. If you ovulated naturally and they pinpointed when it happened (with no room for error), then you could proceed with your donor egg embryo transfer exactly five days later (or when the ERA says, if you're doing that). But once you ovulate the empty follicle starts producing progesterone in preparation for implantation, which means the natural ovulation will determine the window for implantation, not the medications you're taking for your cycle. If that makes sense.

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