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Ivf with donor egg

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Ana40tryingtoconsive Fri 24-Nov-17 21:15:59

Hi I'm thinking of using a donor egg ivf treatment as iv had three failed ivf with my eggs but not sure which clinic is best to use for this treatment can anyone advise me on this please smile

Cutesbabasmummy Thu 07-Dec-17 16:28:26

IVI Alicante worked for us.

Babyisinthecorner Fri 08-Dec-17 20:43:50

Another vote for IVI Alicante smile

We used donor sperm too.

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Cutesbabasmummy Tue 19-Dec-17 20:15:54

diana001 I've reported your post as you have posted on other threads and seem to be advertising some sort of surrogacy buiness. Shame on you.

kattyH Wed 20-Dec-17 19:09:24

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Cutesbabasmummy Wed 20-Dec-17 20:22:53

None of the above has any scientific evidence. Ignore it. I had a double g and t and a sangria the night before my sev9nd transfer. The result is asleep upstairs with his cuddly bunny.

EarlGreyT Wed 20-Dec-17 22:03:37

It’s also nonsense because if you’re using donor eggs, doing a load of non scientific crap aimed at supposedly improving your own egg quality is pointless at best and a pain in the arse, unnecessarily stressful waste of money at worst.

Obviously by virtue of the fact that you’re using donor eggs, the quality of your own eggs is irrelevant as are all measures which are supposedly going to improve them.

goinggrey1978 Sun 14-Jan-18 20:03:42

I already have a son sleeping upstairs conceived using donor eggs and donor sperm and about to have a frozen embryo transfer at the end of the month using one of the other embryos which are full siblings to my son and had all my treatment in harley street London, brilliant place and I recommend it to everyone

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