I'm so sorry about your negative. A negative is hard to take, when you've gone through hell during stimming and progesterone shots, etc.
We are here for you.
Randa, Caz, Debra: Fingers are crossed. Someone has to join Jules!
Lisa: I'm so glad to hear that things are moving right along for you. I've thought in the past that I might volunteer at the local "Pregnancy Crisis Center". That way when a young, single pregnant girl comes in and wants to adopt, I would be able to refer her to a nice couple
Too bad it is not that easy. We have just been assigned our Social Worker, so I need to get the "home visit" set up ASAP. It will take ~ 2 weeks for her to write up the study, after the visit.
Lara: That is ridiculous! I can't believe you have to have all of those tests again.
BigJ: Thanks so much for the info. on egg donation. I can't believe how inexpensive it is in the Ukraine. It will cost us around US $10,000 to go one more round of IVF, with my own eggs. I think I'm going to try that first. I'm hoping for lots of eggs, but I know my odds are not that good. My doctor reiterated to me that my odds of success are 10 - 20%. I may call it quits after that and just finish the international adoption process.
You never know though, as we originally planned to only do one IVF cycle.
I'm so glad to hear your statistics on genetic problems. That has to make you feel good.
Kat: How is the weather in Singapore? It is getting cold here.
Have a nice Thursday,