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  • "Macksie" is 42 years old today

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Monday, July 2nd 2012, 7:36pm

Hi hope we met with Dr wiseman a couple of months ago to see if it was possible for hubby to undergo SSR after having testicular cancer due to many reasons we decided to go for a sperm donor but he was extremely helpful and explained everything consisely to enable us to make the best decision.

He is very well regarded in his field and the specialist in that field for herfordshire and Cambridgeshire if you Google him you can check out his credentials! Hope that helps a bit xxx
ICSI #1 & FET= BFN
FET #2= BFP early mc

ICSI #2- Sept 13 = :BFP: : D
Pprom at 28 weeks - Freddie James born at 32+4 perfect in every way lurve

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Tuesday, July 3rd 2012, 9:58pm

m-tese

thanks macksie, it is helpful however when i tried to find anyone having experience with dr wiseman performing mTESE there doesnt seem anything (well, i couldnt find it) although other dr's such as dr Ramsay and dr Schlegel from NY are mentioned in various google searches. I just thought that if people had gone through mTESE with him, it would have been mentioned somewhere? :S Best wishes

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Thursday, July 5th 2012, 11:52pm

Mackzie, I start later than you but maybe we can be cycle (ish) buddies ... First scan 30th July - excited and anxious!

IVF mumma - thank you for your story - really helping to give me hope xxx

Hope2012 - sorry I can't help I have Dr V (Well so far!) lol xxx

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Monday, July 23rd 2012, 8:29pm

Just wanted to say hi to u all who are looking for info and experience at Bourn hall .. I am pregnant with twins on our 2nd attempt .. 5 years trying with a low ahm and poor sperm count I had dr Matthews he was a difficult man for us as seemed really hard towards the ivf process BUT he did get results so all in all we were happy staff seemed to be the nicest I ever experienced so kind and to be honest who u mainly deal with as well wish u all luck !!xxx
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  • "Macksie" is 42 years old today

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Tuesday, July 24th 2012, 9:28pm

Thanks herts for posting that it helps to keep me positive i am 11 days into down reg and waiting for Af!! But i can't fault bourn so far they have made the whole experience plain sailing just wish they could bring the old witch on so I can move onto the next stage and relieve the pmt lol.
ICSI #1 & FET= BFN
FET #2= BFP early mc

ICSI #2- Sept 13 = :BFP: : D
Pprom at 28 weeks - Freddie James born at 32+4 perfect in every way lurve

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Wednesday, July 25th 2012, 8:49am

Hi Macksie

Just wanted to say Good Luck with your IVF journey. I am also at Bourn although I haven't actually been able to sustain a pregnancy (yet) I just wanted to say that I have always found Bourn to be wonderful and very helpful and kind :)

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  • "Macksie" is 42 years old today

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Wednesday, July 25th 2012, 6:58pm

Thanks wardie sorry to hear its been a long journey for you best of luck for your next cycle honey hope its a proper sticky one xxx
ICSI #1 & FET= BFN
FET #2= BFP early mc

ICSI #2- Sept 13 = :BFP: : D
Pprom at 28 weeks - Freddie James born at 32+4 perfect in every way lurve

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Saturday, July 28th 2012, 7:31am

I'm another ex Bourn Hall lady, though I wasn't successful I can not fault Bourn, they were fantastic through and through. The support and care I recieved was fantastic. My consultant I had nearly in tears one day......then again they saw plenty of my tears too, especially the nurses down in theatre when getting ready for a GA on EC days. But they were fab people, and always put me at ease and couldn't do enough for me. One of the nurses even had me laughing on ET day.
Sadly my ivf journey has come to an end, and am going down the adoption route. But everyday I am thankful to everyone at Bourn, in a funny kind of way I actually really miss the place.
Good luck to all going there xx
LYNSEY xx

After x3 ICSI X2 FETs resulting in :BFN:s Apart from the last one being a faint :BFP: (only lasted a day or two) I was turned down as an egg donor so we called it a day with TX
WE ARE ADOPTING
APT Apr/May 13 HS June-Aug 13 PANEL Sept 13 YES!!
LINKED to 7mth old bab22 Oct 13
MATCHING PANEL JAN 14 YES. HOME with us 11th Feb 2014 (10.5mths old)
Finally I AM A MUMMY

  • "Macksie" is 42 years old today

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Monday, April 29th 2013, 9:32pm

Anyone have experience of treatment with immune therapy at bourn. I am still covered by bus funding but want to get tested I know bourn won't cover it but just wondering if they support it or not?
ICSI #1 & FET= BFN
FET #2= BFP early mc

ICSI #2- Sept 13 = :BFP: : D
Pprom at 28 weeks - Freddie James born at 32+4 perfect in every way lurve

Lynsey

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Thursday, May 2nd 2013, 11:55am

When I was having TX there it seemed to depend who your consultant was to whether they supported it in any way...but my last tx was a couple of years ago now
LYNSEY xx

After x3 ICSI X2 FETs resulting in :BFN:s Apart from the last one being a faint :BFP: (only lasted a day or two) I was turned down as an egg donor so we called it a day with TX
WE ARE ADOPTING
APT Apr/May 13 HS June-Aug 13 PANEL Sept 13 YES!!
LINKED to 7mth old bab22 Oct 13
MATCHING PANEL JAN 14 YES. HOME with us 11th Feb 2014 (10.5mths old)
Finally I AM A MUMMY

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