Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Happy 4th of July from NYC!


Happy 4th of July! It is so wonderful to read all of the good news in Blogland, from the great scans and egg retrievals, to the new BFP's, to the recent births and to people's journey's coming full circle.

Well the good news is that Brian and I are working hard to save money for treatment and we have a plan! I will be doing IVF again under my insurance coverage in September/October and I will be shipping my frozen embryos and Brian's sperm to India using Greg at Core Cryobank. If our embryos don't take, then we are prepared to use an egg donor and I am at peace with that. I have been inspired by so many of you who have come full circle in your journeys and you give me the strength to keep on going even though our first journey to India was unsuccessful.

Oh and we have decided on a clinic a pretty darn good one at that. Now it's just a matter getting the rest of our money in order before we officially get started, as we wanted to have a large chunk of change in the bank and not just the money for the initial transfer and program fees. Have a Happy Fourth of July!

8 comments:

  1. WOo hoo! Congrats on the plan! Best wishes for you!

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  2. So glad you have a plan!! I know how difficult plans are to come by!! Will keep my fingers crossed for you guys!!

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  3. So exciting!!!! Looking forward to more exciting updates.

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  4. This is great news! I had been checking your page for updates over the last couple of weeks, and hoping to see that things were moving forward for you two! I will keep you in my prayers, and hope that everything comes together quickly for you! Best wishes!

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  5. I agree with you, but I'm curious: The most common objection I hear from people I know who are pro-life is that an impotent couple who wants a child can get the embryo implanted in herself. I maintain that it's wrong, but the recourse I fall back into is natural law theory when asked to explain (which is perfectly fine, but in my experience not that convincing). So are there any more concrete reasons to explain why that's wrong? Here i suggest peoples to go INDIA for IVF surrogacy, then you must search for Surrogacy India, Surrogate mother India, IVF India, IVF clinic India & IVF cost india. I found Go Surrogacy for this treatment in India. Hope you also like these.

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  7. Hello,

    I am Dr. Sharvari Karandikar, Assistant Professor at the College of Social Work, Ohio State University, USA. I am contacting you because my colleague Dr. Lindsay Gezinski and I are interested in conducting research with couples that have used transnational surrogacy services. We are specifically studying your motivations and experiences of international surrogacy. We would also like to learn about your perceptions of the surrogate mothers. The interviews will take 30-40 minutes and will be conducted via Skype or telephone. We will give you a $10 amazon gift card as reimbursement for participating in the study.
    This research will help us develop empirical knowledge base on experiences, problems and difficulties of international gestational surrogacy. This information is not available to social scientists and there is a big gap in the literature on this topic. This research will also help us advocate for rights of parents and surrogates involved in the process, in doing so we hope to be instrumental in informing social work practices and policies on the issue.

    Your experience is very important, so we hope you will consider participating in this study. Please let us know if you are interested. You can email us your decision to participate at karandikar-chheda.1@osu.edu

    Thank you.
    Sincerely,

    Sharvari Karandikar-Chheda, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor
    College of Social Work
    The Ohio State University
    http://csw.osu.edu/about/faculty-staff/faculty-directory/karandikar-chheda-sharvari-ph-d/

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