I would like some more information on egg sharing IVF. What is the time scale for the whole process and also roughly what is the timescale for the ivf itself? When would I need to be at the clinic? It is not easy for me to get time off work and I have to book time off fairly far in advance so I would need this information quite far in advance of me starting the process.Read answer
I am looking at doing egg sharing with yourselves in the near future but I was wondering if you could advise me on your live pregnancy success rate?
This will be my third round and I am 32 (nearly 33), I recently found I have "thick blood" and was advised that on my next course of IVF with my previous hospital that I would need to have my blood thinned out when I have the embryo transferred. Would this be something you would do too?
I am 29 and my BMI is 33 – I am currently reducing this on a weight loss programme. I have had two previous natural pregnancies with no problems, I have no known fertility issues and my partner and I would love a child together, and need ICSI for a chance of this to happen. I am wondering would I be accepted to egg share while losing weight? Thanks in advance.Read answer
We started the egg sharing programme in 2013 after my wife suffered an ectopic pregnancy, which resulted in her having both tubes removed. However after the initial tests and before we started treatment we decided it was too soon after and we weren't in the right state of mind so we pulled out before a recipient for her eggs was found. We now feel like we have dealt with all our past issues and want to start trying for a baby. Would we be able to take part in the egg sharing programme again?Read answer
I am 35 and have an AMH of 14, assuming there were no other problems would this be acceptable to take part in egg sharing?Read answer