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Postby fulloffaith » Wed Sep 17, 2008 7:57 pm

Good luck babyluv, keep us posted on how many fertilized!

And Go Gators!! :)
Mommy to GBB triplets born 12/31/07 at 34w3d


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Postby Sher8 » Wed Sep 17, 2008 7:58 pm

fulloffaith -

By the way, your boys are adorable. Congrats!

Me - 40 DH - 40 (Male Factor)
May '05 1st IVF/ICSI: +ve (DD-Siena Marie born Jan 31, 2006)
April '07: FET- BFN
June '07 2nd IVF/ICSI: +ve (DD-Sydney Yvonne born March 12, 2008)
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Left over...

Postby natashamom » Wed Oct 22, 2008 4:50 pm


I just wanted to comment about left over embies.

My opinion is that there are so many couples out there that can only dream of having a baby but can`t afford egg donation like myself,if I was in your shoes,I would without any hesitation donate my embryos to those childless couples,cause I really feel their pain.

I was lucky after almost 5 years on the embryo donation waiting list to be fortunate enough and have 2 embryos donated to us this coming December!

Thank you for reading.

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