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Postby sueandles » Sun Mar 18, 2007 10:16 am

my husband and i need donor embryos any advice would really be apreciated
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Postby AMck » Mon Mar 19, 2007 6:35 am

Hi Sue

Sorry can't help you with your query. Just wanted to wish you good luck. You may find that you get more replies if you post on the general forum.

Anna
Me 44, DP 42 ttc 3yrs
7 cancelled IVF cycles during 2005/6
ED tmt at IM June 06 BFN
ED tmt at IM July 06 BFP
Matthew born 23/3/07
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thanks

Postby sueandles » Mon Mar 19, 2007 1:22 pm

thanks anna i have re posted
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Postby Bellyache » Mon Apr 23, 2007 7:10 am

I just joined and saw your post. My dh and I will be donating our frozen embies after our IVF. We just tell the RE's office and they take care of things.
To get an embie donation, you have to find an RE that does that stuff or that can send you to a clinic that does. They have a list of couples and when an embies is a match for a couple then they have the donors come in and do more genetic testing. You should not be paying for the embryo, but just some of the blood testing from the donors and around $2500 for a FET. Make sure you are not paying as much as an IVF cycle would cost.
There are a lot of us that understand the pain in your heart, so there are a lot of embies out there waiting to be adopted. Just find a good dr that specializes in it.
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