I don't know anything about IVF but just wanted to say hi and let you know I support you. Hang in there.
42, soon to be 43 -- would love a BFP for my birthday in October!TTC naturally, taking PNV, eating healthy, exercising and chartingMother to a wonderful son, age 15 1/2
Just turned 43 on 10/2/09. Would love a BFP for my birthday in October!
TTC naturally, taking PNV, eating healthy, exercising and charting
Mother to a wonderful son, age 15 1/2
Hi Melissa~~ Thanks so much..ur a sweetie!!! And good Luck to you also!! Hope we both see BFP for October!! It's my favorite month!Sharon44yrs old2 Nat ChildrenDD~23 & DS~19
Edited 9/22/2009 8:02 pm ET by sharonsivf
Loving Mom to three
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I have a question. I thought IVF was having your own egg and the sperm of your DH harvested, having an embryo created from that and then implantation of the embryo. You're talking about a donor. How does that work?
I did a cursory examination of IVF and the cost is too off putting for us. I need to stop reading about statistics for 40+ women conceiving and just trust that the right outcome will happen, even if it's not what we want.
Argh. Why did I decide to conceive again so late in life? It didn't seem that late until I started researching it last month.
*flings baby dust to all*
Any updates on the DE retrieval yet?? Remember it's not the quantity that counts but the quality..
Retrievel went very well..got 7 good eggs, we did a shared cycle and that is our share. Transfer is tomorrow morning. I will be PUPO by noon..LOL!
What I mean by "donor" is I am not using my eggs. I am 44 and of course I have age related issues. I tried a cycle with my own eggs and it was canceled due to early ovulation...that happens often in older women. So I decided to just go with the higher chance and go with the donor egg. My egg reserve is also low so I figured why waste time!