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#26 Froyohoho

Posted 12 August 2016 - 08:58 PM

Down regging to synch for fresh transfers isn't unusual at all.
Mutiple people on here have done it including myself.

#27 Lokum

Posted 12 August 2016 - 09:30 PM

I have a friend who also down-reg'd for transfer of her own frozen egg (thawed then fertilised), and I did down reg for both IUI and IVF in Australia (using my own eggs!).

It doesn't make sense they wouldn't down-reg a recipient of donor egg?  Of course they want to know the precise day on which to transfer, to get best results.

I think there's a miscommunication or misunderstanding here.

#28 finally successful

Posted 30 August 2016 - 07:09 AM

Wow 40k. I did my donor cycle abroad and paid a fraction of the price. I was successful on my first attempt and am now carrying twins. I know that using younger donors makes us think we will get a positive. I believed that too and thank god my first cycle was successful. I did it in greece. Sykoutrisivf com. Very easy procedure and no wait really. Hope u all have  the luck I had wherever you go

#29 Baby4butterfly

Posted 14 October 2016 - 10:56 AM

Hi all. I am sitting in the ivf clinic right now and about to have my 5th cycle. Only one folicle was produced. I am so over this process. I am 44.

I have started to look into overseas egg donors. My GP (not fertility specialist but someone I trust) said dont go to Africa. A lot of people have aids. In some areas as much as 1 in 5 women.

My IVF specialist said not to use WEB - because freezing the egg before fertilizing lowers the success rate. Its aparently better to fertilise a fress egg. Have you heard of anyone who went to Europe for egg donors?

#30 finally successful

Posted 16 October 2016 - 12:27 AM

Mine were frozen for about a year. I had an issue with my health that prevented me from going through the process. A year later I am pregnant with twin girls and going to give birth soon. So I can't say fresh is better than frozen

#31 alek2019

Posted 08 January 2020 - 06:00 PM

View PostBaby4butterfly, on 14 October 2016 - 10:56 AM, said:

Hi all. I am sitting in the ivf clinic right now and about to have my 5th cycle. Only one folicle was produced. I am so over this process. I am 44.

I have started to look into overseas egg donors. My GP (not fertility specialist but someone I trust) said dont go to Africa. A lot of people have aids. In some areas as much as 1 in 5 women.

My IVF specialist said not to use WEB - because freezing the egg before fertilizing lowers the success rate. Its aparently better to fertilise a fress egg. Have you heard of anyone who went to Europe for egg donors?

Hi this has been three years ago but wondering if you were able to have your baby?  Did you go to the egg donation route?

I had my boy through egg donor at Dunya IVF in Cyprus.  And I'm going for another try.  I had embies frozen there so I'm hoping to have FET.  I had my time battling over whether to get egg donors or not and it was hard.  But once I had my boy there is no question of my love for him.  Our IVF doctor assures us that the frozen embryo has about the same chances as freshly fertilized blasts, so we're keeping our fingers crossed.  Just waiting for AF now so we can start!


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