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« Reply #280 on: 28/06/20, 12:26 »
thereismore - thought I may as well download the price list now and print it off/save it so I can look at it later or tomorrow and maybe email them for a catch up! xxx

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    Offline thereismore

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    « Reply #281 on: 28/06/20, 13:56 »
    @olgakorbut I believe doing the tests are pretty straightforward and they can all be done on the same day. They do suggest you do the tests before you start treatment to have all the results before you decide on a course of action.
    How long you stay is going to be more dependent on availability of flights I think.
    Our post mortem results are FINALLY  in so just waiting on an appointment with Prof Q. Hoping she will also be prepared to oversee my next treatment.
    Genimed in Spain have also contacted me saying that they now treat up to age 55 subject to a few extra tests and a letter from your gynecologist stating that they will monitor you during the process.
    Hope that helps

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    « Reply #282 on: 18/08/20, 15:46 »
    Hey ladies, missing hearing from you all. How are you all getting on?
    @LateBloom how are you doing?
    @olgakorbut Repromedica have just changed some of the tests required, might be worth pushing them on what exactly is now needed, I know for me it was a massive reduction from previous requirements
    @Stacey10 what's happening with you? Any news?
    I have a few more tests to get done then we can start making plans.
    Post mortem results came back, everything was normal, which I guess is not a bad sign. At least now I'm under Prof Q's care for the next try.
    I think I've decided this is my last go at it.

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    « Reply #283 on: 18/08/20, 18:19 »
    Thereismore - thanks for this info about Repromedica really useful as I have heard nothing from them, but to be honest Ive been really busy in the house and with personal things. But I do need to start to pick this up as I am getting on a bit now and also I havent heard anything from them at all. I will email Giselle and ask for the new format for test and the cost and see what she says about me having tests and treatment at the same time, but have a feeling she will say I would have to go twice which I really dont want to do as its two trips to save for. Then again I dont even know if they will accept me and I have to get my embryos over from Reprofit to them too. I wish I was younger and had my own eggs which were good as I would just have new donor sperm which would mean I could have a surrogate - again probably couldn't afford that at all!!!

    Hope you go ok with your other tests and its a brave step to decide this is your last go, I know it is definitely mine if I am able to go ahead anyway and now I need to find the money again as spent on the house to get it finished as hubby wont, do anything - long story and not going there again!

    Good luck to you xxx

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    « Reply #284 on: 18/08/20, 21:46 »
    Hey guys  :)
    Not much happening here really regarding a transfer, we are all prisoners here on our island in the pacific, sounds luxurious but it isn’t, while the rest of the world shakes itself off  and gets moving again, we are literally stuck here. No travel in or out, borders closed until sometime next year, except if your an international student, then the government will allow you here from September, but as I said citizens of this damn country aren’t going anywhere 🤬 In the meantime one teeny good part of not being able to travel is that it’s given me some time to try and sort out this “fluid” I have which keeps on making my cycles cancelled, I’ve said since May last year that I thought it was blood, I’ve gone through 3 “specialists”, first two wouldn’t listen to me and finally the third one after getting me to do two mock cycles, one medicated and one nonmedicated, has finally come to this conclusion. I also had a video consult with a professor of women’s health in another state and went through what’s been happening, I gave him 3 scenarios of what I thought was going on and he agreed that he thinks I have two of those things. So he has given me some advice on how to move forward, and what actions I need to do, if this doesn’t work I’ll have to have an operation, I would have preferred this dr to do it as he is very experienced but drum roll.... not only are our external borders closed but our state borders are as well, which means we cannot travel to another state for anything and of course this dr doesn’t live in my state 🤬🤬 so everything seems to be ending up with dead ends, hopefully the first part of advice he has given me will work and there will be no need for an operation. I have given myself until the end of next year to get to a transfer, if not, that’s it for me, we will have to release our embryos and move on.

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    « Reply #285 on: 20/08/20, 00:11 »
    Hi ladies, 32 weeks today...still can't quite believe it. All going very well - baby kicking my bladder/kidneys/stomach like a WWF boxer!! Appointments with my consultant have been every 4 weeks but now every 2 weeks as he's said I'm on the home stretch. My 78 year old Dad bought me a buggy today...and my 76 year old Mum bought me a ton of babygros. Never ever thought we'd have these moments to share...still utterly surreal. Next scan appointment for this 52-year-old geriatric mother-to-be is Monday week when I'll be told my date for c-section. Who would have thought that I'd be so excited to get a date for major abdominal surgery??!!! To all of you lovely ladies making plans, keep the faith...it will happen when you least expect it, I'm living proof of that XX

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    « Reply #286 on: 20/08/20, 19:30 »
    So good to hear from you all! I was starting to feel a little isolated here, not a topic you discuss with friends over dinner really is it.
    @olgakorbut you're very welcome. I think this will greatly ease issues.
    @Stacey10 how very frustrating with all these excessive border closures. It's good that you've finally found a doc you can trust though, at least that's a step closer than you had before.
    @LateBloom that is truly awesome news I am so excited for you, all the amazing experiences awaiting you. Please let me know when you have a date for your section. It sounds as though your folks are having the time of their life preparing for this little miracle. Do you know what you're having?
    Actually hearing that your pregnancy has continued with such great success has encouraged me to keep going, I was on the verge of just letting the whole thing go.

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    « Reply #287 on: 23/08/20, 11:16 »
    @LateBloom  - awesome news to read and know xo

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    « Reply #288 on: 6/09/20, 09:31 »
    Hi guys returning to FF after a very long gap. Need to urgently get going again with treatment.  Small questionnaire please really keen to get your response🤗🤗🤗
    Name of clinic
    Country
    Positivite pregnancy test yes / no
    Live birth yes/no
    Frozen or fresh cycle
    Medication
    Hysteroscopy before treatment
    Scratch yes/no
    Any useful tips

    Thanks guys xxxxx

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    « Reply #289 on: 8/09/20, 20:30 »
    Hey @Prettybrowneyes, welcome back.
    We had our first ever experience of treatment about this time last year at URE Centro in Malaga, Spain.
    It was an adopted embryo, frozen cycle which resulted in a miscarriage at around 18 weeks.
    No hysteroskopy.
    Very basic protocol of oestrogen and progesterone.
    No scratch or any other assistance.
    We're looking to do same again, but this time at Repromedica in Slovakia.
    Would love to have gone back to same clinic but my age is now an issue there

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