Thanks Marla.I will check out the other site and keep you updated on our progress. It figures that I've had my period every 28 days since I've been 11, now after hearing from my RE that my FSH was 22, and ovaries were more or less kaput, my periods starts acting totally crazy......I'm worried about reactions to the meds also, and the side-effects.Especially mood wise. I've had some issues with depression before so it makes me worry. Thanks again for your advice View Thread
Hi! Thanks for responding and congrats on your new baby girl!! We finally choose our donor friday night, and called the RE who made her aware. We are good to go! Of course, my period is late, so I'm just waiting to get it then I start the pill....If you have any advice or if you can tell me what to expect during the cycle, I would really appreciate it. I am such a big baby when it comes to meds/injections despite the fact that I'm a nurse. I think that just makes it worse! I hope to hear from you soon. R.View Thread
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