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Postby lynniecat » Fri Oct 10, 2008 9:20 pm

May I bother you all for a quick breakdown on options for donors.

What is the way most go if you are not using a personal friend or relative?

Do you use the clinic you are doing IVF with, a company that supplies donors, ad ad on the web? Wondering also about costs.

Anyone? I will very appreciative.

My brother's wife would like to help, but she is 38.


Anyway clinics you all can recommend for doing IVF with donor eggs?


Thanks soooooooo much in advance,

Lynn
Me: 44 severely reduced reserve
DH: 44 perfect
IVF 1: Feb 08 -BFP twins (lost one at 7 weeks, one at 13 weeks) :-(
IVF 2: June 08 -BFN :-(
IVF 3: September 08 -BFN :-(
IVF 4: November 08 - Katherine Emma born 8/9/2009 :D
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Postby Lstack » Wed Oct 15, 2008 5:49 pm

Lynn,
I am very familiar with the egg donation process. I have pcos and know the struggle! I am associated with a great clinic in New York. I would be happy to help you.

Just PM me!

Best of luck,
Lisa :)
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Postby annamills » Tue Nov 04, 2008 9:06 pm

Lynn, I had my treatment in the Czech Republic and got pg :) The clinic was very professional, the waiting period fairly short and the cost is compared to the UK or some US clinics, a bargain. Let me know if I can be of any help, best, Anne
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Postby ANGIE32 » Fri Nov 07, 2008 6:52 pm

the clinic .select your donor in regards to your blood group and rhesus and your physical characteristics. The donor's identity is absolutely anonymous. This clinic has more than 10 years of experience and has donors awaitting for couples. Contact me of you wish the clinic details.
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Started Egg Donation Blog

Postby andsierra » Fri May 29, 2009 11:24 pm

I started an egg donation blog that documented my first cycle. I start my second next week. I thought this may help future donors and families to better understand the donors experience.

http://www.apanoply.blogspot.com
* to go directly to the entries about egg donation - find the labels column on the right side and click "egg donation". i enjoyed my experience except after retrieval. i was out (i.e. no walking) for a week!
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