Monthly Archives: May 2015

Diblings

A new word for me, to go with “niblings” (handy collective word for nephews and nieces). The story of one-year-old Sam from Seattle and his half-brother Iori in London. Advertisements

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Cytogenetic testing

The results of the cytogenetic testing came back abnormal, which I was actually pretty happy about. It wasn’t meant to be and my immune system had nothing to do with the miscarriage. We can continue with the frozen embryo transfer … Continue reading

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42

I’m 42 now. I started trying to conceive at 39 with supposedly no fertility problems except a lack of sperm. €30k, three IUIs and two IVF cycles later (eight embryos transferred in one fresh and four frozen cycles), I’ve had … Continue reading

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