B's Egg Sharing IVF Journey. Part 4

Following on from B’s last post (which can be read here), B continues to share her journey with us.  Waiting, waiting and a little more waiting. Well, I haven’t blogged for a while, we left off with our GP saying they could not do our screening bloods. This would have cost us £500 at the clinic we were at, which we just couldn’t afford with a wedding to pay for. So I looked for other clinics and called to ask if they charged for screening bloods for donors, one of them didn’t, just for the AMH test which would have… [Read More]

B’s Egg Sharing IVF Journey. Part 1. First Appointment

Please welcome, B, to our blog. B has very kindly agreed to share her IVF Egg Sharing Journey with us. This is her first post, (of many I hope) and this post is about B’s first appointment at the fertility clinic. Please feel free to share your comments and follow B on twitter: @babynowplease Introduction I’ll start off with a little introduction. I’m B. I’m 25 and infertile. I have PCOS and lost my right Fallopian tube due to an ectopic pregnancy in a previous relationship in May 2011. My remaining tube, my left is damaged; it flows but was at one… [Read More]

IVF Tests for Men and Women

If you have been trying to conceive for a while but it hasn’t yet happened, you may be wondering what your next step is. It’s highly likely that the thought of IVF has already crossed your mind. The reason I am writing this post, is down to the fact that before my husband and I started IVF, we hadn’t thought about all the tests involved. I really wish someone had written a guide or I had done more research into what was involved. I’m not an expert. I’m just someone who has been through IVF and wants to try to help… [Read More]