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International Egg Donation
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Posted 05 December 2012 - 09:03 AM
We have been TTC for just over three years, with one miscarriage at 8 weeks in April 2010. Since the end of 2010 we have tried Clomid with no success, 5 IVF cycles with no success, one Laproscopy - found grade 2 Endo. Each IVF cycle we have had low egg numbers (max of 8 low of 3) and those that fertilised all started to fragment before embryo transfer. Seems I have bad eggs and don't respond well to the stimulation drugs.I am currently trying some accupuncture whilst we have a rest from IVF over the summer. We are now going through the conversations of trying for egg donors. Has anyone heard of any good International companies? or had any experience with this? It's our last resort if we cannot find a friend or rellie to donate for us.
Any advice would be helpful!
Posted 05 December 2012 - 03:31 PM
Im sorry to hear your hard journey.
I do know Hawaii have a fantastic programme going at the moment with wonderful success rates.
Im not sure about the name, but I could try look into it for you.
Basically the egg donors are all quite young, and you go over to have a fresh transfer.
Im also unsure of price.... but its very popular with Australians searching for egg donors internationally.
PM me if you need to.
Posted 05 December 2012 - 07:00 PM
DH and i have also had a long road of IVF - we have finally decided we are wasting our money here in australia trying with my eggs - after MUCH research we made our choice and are now heading to South Africa in Feb 2013 we have choose a donor who is 19 and has other successful receiptants... we have a 70% chance which is far better odds than what we have here.
If you go Hub bub web site there is a whole forum for ladies who have been or who are going overseas for donor eggs, i got a lot o information from them.
We are using Cape fertility clinic for the IVF and we chose to use baby2mom donor agency - it really was easy once we strted oing down this path
good luck with whatever choice you make
Posted 05 December 2012 - 07:20 PM
Nurture and Gift Ov Life in South Africa have very good reps.
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