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Monday, February 9th 2009, 12:42pm

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Hi,

I was just wondering if anyone was going to be going to the paitents evening in March, or if anyone had been before and could tell me what happens?

I was also wondering how long it takes to get your consultation and overall how long did it take you? I am looking into egg sharing so would probably take a little longer so they can match me with a recipient, anyone have any experience with this?:)
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Monday, February 9th 2009, 1:02pm

RE: London Womens Clinic - Darlington

hi kim,

I am currently about to start egg sharing there.

For my first consultation it only took 2 weeks, then got all the blood tests and counselling etc.

I think roughly it has took 3 months all in, i have been matched already and am just taking the pill to synchronise my cycle with the recipients.

It all went really fast. the staff are great.

pm me if you need any more info and let me know how you get on.

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Monday, February 9th 2009, 1:38pm

Wow that was fast!!

We have male factor infertility to so will be having ICSI and probably surgical sperm retrival.

Could you give me a quick outline re. what happens in the first consultation?

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Monday, February 9th 2009, 2:23pm

hi Kim,

yes no probs.

The first consultation we discussed the treatment, what would happen etc, then i had a blood test done that day its called AMh, thats to tell you about your ovarian reserve and i also had an internal ultra sound scan.

They then phoned to say the amh level was fine ( it needs to be ok for you to egg share). There was also more bloods to be done i got most of them done at my gp.

Then we went back down for the counselling session, then just last week my dh had his sperm retieval. ( we need icsi too).

In between all this they phoned to say i had been matched.

So now i am taking the pill to synchronise my cycle with the recipients, and should hopefully be starting treatment at the start of march.

I have a diary in the donor diary sections. dont know if you can view it or not i think you need to have more than 25 posts.

Anyway hope this helps if you want to know anything else just ask xxx
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Monday, February 9th 2009, 8:40pm

Thanks, very helpful! I'll check out your diary when I have enough posts :D
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Monday, February 9th 2009, 10:17pm

hi kim,


you are nearly there with all the posts lol xx
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Monday, February 9th 2009, 10:58pm

Yes! I made it :D xx
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Tuesday, March 17th 2009, 5:59pm

RE: London Women's Clinic, Darlington

Hi Kim

I have been attending this clinic, The initial consultation was made within 2 weeks of phoning. I am am having IVF and donating some of my eggs. I am currently taking the pill and will start my injections on Monday. They have a recipiet for my eggs and i have also have my donor sperm ready. I'm due to go into the clinic to have the procedure done week commencing 20th April. I haven't had long to wait at all.

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Tuesday, March 17th 2009, 7:07pm

Hi, from having your consultation how long did it take to get started?

I have my first consultation on monday
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Wednesday, March 18th 2009, 8:09pm

Hi

Our intial consultation was the 12th Dec with Dr Ashourd, during that consultation we discussed the various options as we had planned to have Donor Insemination. However, we opted to have IVF due to the success rates for a woman of my age (34) and to donate eggs.

During this consultation i had to have an internal to measure my womb and ovaries, a my bloods were taken to establish the (this is where i get lost with all the terminology) It was something to do with the fertility count. Then on 5th Jan i had to give further blood to check for Aids, Hep B, Chlaymdia and Chromozone abnormalities (routine).

Blood test results took about 7 weeks, then I got the phone call to say they had found a recipient for my eggs. Everything has been pretty full on since we were told that. We were rushed in for implication counselling cause they thought we'd had it. The counseelor was lovely !! Then they've put me on the pill to sync with the other lady. I start injecting Mon (which I am not looking forward to) and then I'm being admitted week commencing 20th April. Hope this has helped. The receptionist Sarah Day is lovely, helpful and is very informative.
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Wednesday, March 18th 2009, 8:13pm

hi amiable,


i have just had my egg collection there yesterday, i agree with you the staff are lovely.

I am egg sharing too, i got 12 eggs 6 for me and 6 for recipient.

I was scared of the injections too, but they are not too bad you get used to them. Let me know how you get on xx
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Friday, March 20th 2009, 5:18pm

Hi Kat

I got my meds today, i thought I'd get a little bottle of ointment similiar to the size of Olbus Oil, I nearly died when the delivery man presented me with a huge box. I had a heart attack when i seen all the needles. Anyhow we had an appointment with the clinic today so they could show us how to administer the drugs. All i can say is wen i got out of the hospital i blubbed my eyes out wen i realised that i had to stab my self with what seems like a 10" needle. Me and needles don't get on.

On a scale of 1-10 how painful was the procedure, 1 being no pain. Did you have any side effects with the injections?

Mel xx

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Friday, March 20th 2009, 5:25pm

hi mel,

I am just back too i got my et today, i must say that was the worst bit of all the treatment mainly because you need to have a full bladder. It wasnt sore just more uncomfortable.

The egg collection was not bother just felt slightly sore after it.

You will be fine with the needles, once you do the first one its no bother. You will be a pro. With the injections i was more tired than usual, and felt sickly sometimes, but tis good when you go for the scans and you can see how things are progressing.


good luck and keep me updated in your process xx
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Monday, March 23rd 2009, 8:56pm

Had my appt today, they were great, especially considering I kept fainting :O
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Tuesday, March 24th 2009, 6:16pm

hi kim,


How did you keep fainting?
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Tuesday, March 24th 2009, 7:08pm

First during the scan, I was feeling dizzy during it then felt sick and fainted then secondly during the consultation with the doctor while he was showing us the presentation

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They dont know why it happened, they checked my bp and pulse again and it was low.

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Tuesday, March 24th 2009, 11:04pm

hi kim,


thats terrible hun are you feeling ok now?
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Tuesday, March 24th 2009, 11:32pm

I'm ok now although was still feeling nauseous this morning and worried incase I do it again :(

We never got to see the full presentation either incase it made me faint yet again :sadface:
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Wednesday, March 25th 2009, 10:17am

hi kim,

thats a shame hope you feel better soon xxx
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Thursday, March 26th 2009, 1:40pm

How long did it take to get the AMH result?
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Friday, March 27th 2009, 4:01pm

hi kim,


i think it was about 2 weeks i cant really remember. xxx
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Friday, March 27th 2009, 7:46pm

Hello

Wondering if i can join in ur thread!!
I am thinking about egg donation at LWC darlington. I have to phone them back next week once I have decided.

Just have a couple of questions and wondering if maybe you could help.

1. Is there a minimum number of eggs they need to collect before they share with the recipient??

2. I know you get IVF free if you are a donor, but roughly how much does it cost for the consultation fee, blood tests, etc..

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Friday, March 27th 2009, 9:25pm

hi george


welcome to the thread, in answer to your questions the minimum numbers of eggs you need to share are 8.


I got most of my blood tests done at the gp, excpet from the amh, think this cost £95. They have put the prices up since i started going. I think for the consultation its £180.

If you check their website you will get a full price list on there.

Any other questions please ask and let us know how you get on xx
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Friday, March 27th 2009, 10:18pm

AMH is now £85 and the consultation £190 x
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Tuesday, March 31st 2009, 8:10pm

Thanks for replying xx

Yeah I had the amh which was £85. I am actually under nhs at hartlepool and am on waiting list for ivf which they have said will be around september. So not too long to wait.

I go in for IUI tomorrow, has anyone had this done before??

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Tuesday, March 31st 2009, 8:28pm

IUI was an option for us but the cost was the same as IVF/Egg sharing and had a much lower success rate overall.

Are you hvaing it on the nhs?
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Tuesday, March 31st 2009, 8:58pm

hi george,


ive not had iui either, but good luck let us know how it goes x
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Wednesday, April 1st 2009, 11:57pm

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i thought i should post hear, as we are a success story from lwc darlington, we started our ivf journey with the clinic and dr ashourd as our consultant in around september 2007, we needed icsi and dh needed to have surgical sperm retrieval (i also donated some of my eggs), and by march-april after our first attempt we were pregnant, our gorgeous son was born on xmas eve last year and hes now 3 months and our whole world!

we are taking logan to the clinic tomorrow to meet everyone for the first time, i cant wait to see them all and show them how grateful we are for there help in making our dreams come true, and your right sarah is a wonderful lady! ...gonna be a truelly emotional day x
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Thursday, April 2nd 2009, 10:34am

hi lynsey,


thats great news hun congratulations. Its my big test day tomorrow.

I donated some of my eggs too and my dh had to have sperm retrieval too, hope we are as lucky as you.


thanks for sharing that with us, it gives us hope xxxxxxxxx
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 12:25pm

Hello

Sorry havent been on for a while.

Lyndsey great success story , praying that i will get my bfp soon!!

Kat - just noticed your signature, so sorry it didnt work for you this time. Will you try again with LWC??

I am having IUI on nhs so i may aswell give it a go. They said i can have this whilst i wait for my ivf which should be around september!! Seems such a long time away though!! ( I am v impatient ha ha )

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Monday, April 6th 2009, 12:52pm

hi george,


so when do you start th iui then?.

we have our follow up consultation with lwc on 21st april, so we will see what they advise then, but yes we are going to have another go with lwc.
We hope to start asap.

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Friday, April 10th 2009, 5:22pm

Hi everyone

Haven't been on the site for awhile as i felt so low and miserable. Anyhow the end is in sight. My injections no longer take an hour and 40 mins so I am so relieved, as too is my partner. Had 1st scan on Tues and all is well. Next scan Tues 14th, last one Fri 17th. If everything is ok egg harvest takes place sometime week commencing 20th. We're so excited !!

Read your story Lynnsey, its great to hear of your success!!! Sarah is lovely and I'm sure she and the staff will be overjoyed to see Logan.

Can't wait to have the fun loving me back but it will all have been worth it if we have our very own liitle bundle of joy.

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Sunday, April 12th 2009, 10:41am

hi mel,


Sorry to hear you are having a rough time, it does get easier though.

Not long till egg collection, let us know how you get on and good luck xxxx
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Saturday, April 18th 2009, 4:14pm

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Hi everyone....im just new to the site. I visited the clinic on Thursday at their information evening and agree everyone seemed so friendly yet very professional. got letter for consultation this morning so getting excited to get this whole thing started.

Good luck to everyone x


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Saturday, April 18th 2009, 4:41pm

Hi Blondie

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It is a very exciting time for you. This website is great for finding out things and just having an off load to those experiencing the same or similiar things.

Good luck on your journey.

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Wednesday, April 22nd 2009, 10:24am

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welcome to the site hun,

let us know how it goes xxxx
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Wednesday, September 2nd 2009, 8:30pm

hi all,


Just to update i am now 7 weeks pregnant after my second egg share/icsi.

I want to thank all the staff at the clinic they were wonderful.

Good luck to everyone else going there xx
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Thursday, September 3rd 2009, 7:10pm

Hey Congrats Chalmers on your BFP! That is great news!
We just found out last Friday that a couple who are being treated at LWC are pregnant with Quads! Its not you is it :snigger:!

Well just update you on where im at now, the time has flown by since I last posted on on this blog! I started stimms on 31st August, with EC/ET happening w/c 21st September, so not long for me!
I am donating my eggs too, however we are now using donor sperm as it was found that DP's were very very poor and practically non-existant - bless.
Hope all of the other ladies at the clinic are doing well in their journeys too.

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Saturday, September 5th 2009, 2:53pm

hi blondie,


thanks for your reply hun. No its not me thats having quads, i heard about the lady too. I tihnk i would die if i had 4 lol.

Good luck for ec hun, the 21st is my wee brothers 21st birthday, hopefully thats a good luck charm for you.

Have you thought about starting a diary in the donor sections?.
Then i can follow you in your progress x xx
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Sunday, October 10th 2010, 1:03pm

Hi Elaine

We're thinking of doing the egg sharing scheme whilst waiting for icsi/ivf on nhs. Going to ring them on Monday to see whether this is possible. How far along in the process are you?
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Thursday, October 21st 2010, 7:11am

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Hi There,

we are almost at egg collection stage. Been stimming for the past week, back tomorrow for another scan, then we will see what happens!! How things with you?

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Friday, October 22nd 2010, 10:13pm

thinking of egg sharing

hope you dont mind me joining but im also debating whether to go for egg sharing at darlington whilst waiting for my nhs cycle. My referral hasnt gone in yet though do you know if i went private first this would affect me getting funding for nhs?

I called and spoke to the clinics PA today and they said the nhs wouldnt need to know if i'd had a privare cycle, but dont know if this is the case!

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Saturday, October 23rd 2010, 1:11pm

HI girls,

We've got our initial appointment at LWC in november to see whether it would be worth us trying a private cycle whilst waiting for nhs. How long has it taken you to get that far Elaine? Have you previously had nhs?

Lou, i suppose it shouldn't effect nhs treatment if u have it beforehand and don't tell them. As we have already had most of our tests through nhs, we have to ask our nhs clinic to pass on the results to LWC so our nhs clinic will know. When we mentioned to them that we are considering it, they told us that it will affect our NHS entitlement. For each cycle we have privately, we would lose an nhs cycle

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Has anybody recently had ICSI or IVF at LWC in Darlington? We have recently started our process for ICSI due to a failed vasecomy reverse. I would be very happyto hear about your previous experience at LWC.

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