How are you doing today, Bharani?June 13 2011 at 1:25 PM
|LadyMagoo (Login elseeG)|
It looks like you got a lot of really solid, caring advice from ladies who have followed your journey longer than I have. If there are other medical considerations, then I'd agree, that staying in the US is probably the wisest choice.
If you do have other medical considerations, then maybe you should consider working with an independent clinic and selecting a donor through an agency? I'm with SIRM and they have clinics around the country. I think they do well with complicated cases (which is not to say that others do not do well with complicated cases). As I'm sure you are aware, the agency route is very expensive, though.
I took a quick look at the database for the agency that we worked with and I see two ladies that might be possibilities. One is Indian (lives in Utah, age 29) and the other is Indian/African American (lives in NY, age 25). I know there is no way of telling just from a photo, much less when I have no idea what you look like, but I thought that might be helpful information.
|June 13 2011, 6:59 PM |
is too expensive for me. I stayed little bit in oe iui and ivf. And now this, sometimes I asked even how i afforded this many cycles. so I am looking the cheaper route.
I wish you good luck.
Thank you, Bharani.
|June 14 2011, 8:02 AM |
As other ladies have said, it probably makes sense for you to stay in the US so that you can get more comprehensive treatment than you could get overseas. You'll get there!!
I am more logical now
|June 14 2011, 9:56 PM |
before I used to rush in again and again. Even iui, but lately I think I am trying to reason things. Yes, I will get there. Thank you for looking for me.
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