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« Reply #90 on: 27/08/16, 13:16 »
That's nice to know! Thanks very much :) Good luck for your 2ww!

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    « Reply #91 on: 27/08/16, 13:53 »
    Thanks. Best of luck to you with the next try!  :)

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    « Reply #92 on: 27/08/16, 21:14 »
    I don't think I'll get anything from NHS as they like you to try for 6 months first and then there will be all the delays anyway!

    I don't know the entire process, but friends of mine had IVF treatment paid by the NHS. I know they had to try 3 IUIs before getting the IVF paid for. She was 37 at the time and all 3 IUIs failed. She then got preg on the 2nd IVF but mc and then when they tried again, she got preg on 2nd IVF and they now have twins. It took them just over a year of ttc to have a successful preg. They went through Guy's in London, which apparently has a referral process, where if you meet certain criteria you can get IVF paid for and there is no waiting list. I don't know how it works or if other fertility clinics offer it.

    Some authorities do offer this fur single women but very few. Mine and neighbouring authorities didn't sadly. But definitely worth op looking into just in case!

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    « Reply #93 on: 27/08/16, 21:25 »
    Hi ladies,

    Just curious if anyone ever emailed Cryos and get a reply?
    I emailed Cryos asking if my preferred donor is still donating as there was one stock item available only. Received no replied and now the donor has no stock available at all.

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    « Reply #94 on: 27/08/16, 21:28 »
    Lily, they always reply to me (or did, I haven't used them for a while). How long ago did you email them?

    As for NHS treatment, each CCG is different, however I know Wales treats single women. As for referrals, I was simply asked how I met the criteria (I think it's 12 unmedicated cycles here) and I simply said at home with a donor, mentioned charting and OPKs and everything else.

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    « Reply #95 on: 28/08/16, 00:18 »
    Hi ladies,

    Just curious if anyone ever emailed Cryos and get a reply?
    I emailed Cryos asking if my preferred donor is still donating as there was one stock item available only. Received no replied and now the donor has no stock available at all.
    Yes usually really promptly.
    It's not a public holiday or similar?
    Which email did you use!

    The donor may have vials still in quarantine and/or waiting fur donor to return for next blood tests etc.

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    « Reply #96 on: 30/08/16, 06:25 »
    Thanks for your replies pollita and Me,Myself and I.
    I sent an email to [email protected] on 20th August.

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    « Reply #97 on: 30/08/16, 10:49 »
    I've found them very good with communication so far. I wonder if your email was missed?

    AFM, round 2 is under way. 6 MOT10 straws ordered. Now got everything crossed that I don't ovulate early again! Last month was the shortest cycle I've had in over 2 years, although my temps suggest I did get the timing right. This month's challenge is to get the job done without my houseguests noticing!

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    « Reply #98 on: 1/09/16, 17:48 »
    I have tried 2 attempts with Cryos. I tried first with Clomid & had 3 excellent quality fertile eggs drop. I triggered ovulation & was allowed to do home insemination as I'm 35. And my specialist actually said that MOT10 is unlikely to work. I used 18 x MOT10. I did 9 inseminations over 3 days. Still got a BFN. Then I used low dose stims. I had 4 eggs & was told to hold off. But chose to go ahead anyway with a different donor it was a BFN again.

    I'm moving onto introduction sites now. As Cryos seems to be a con for home insemination. It's known the success rate is too low to count. That's why you don't find any figures on success at home. As Cryos don't want to deter you from paying them. Even though they know you're very unlikely to conceive.

    I'm seriously thinking of starting up my own site where donors can subscribe & make private arrangements to courier sperm to recipients who pay costs. The only legal issue was tax in the past. As past companies made profit & didn't pay tax. But if I don't make money. Setting it up as a charity, they can't prosecute donor/recipient for private arrangements. One issue of conscious has thus far prevented me. What if this helps people make babies they wouldn't have otherwise & they abort those they don't deem perfect. Which is sadly a common practice in UK.

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    « Reply #99 on: 1/09/16, 20:55 »
    There are plenty of ladies who have had success with cryos and some even with MOT5 sperm. Yes the chances of success are very low, but it does work for some.