Many of you know that our first attempt (in April)at IVF with donor eggs failed. We are set to try again in late July. The first time, we went along with the doctors recc. and only put back one of the eggs - we had two that we could have put back. Although he is a an excellent doctor and has been doing this for 22 years, he is a very cautious doctor and due to the size of my uterus, he only recc. putting one back. Anyway - now that we have already spent 12,000 dollars and will be coughing up another 12,000 dollars for this next try, we want to be more aggressive. So we have decided to put back as many good eggs as we have to an extent. I am thinking no more than three if there are three good ones. For those of you have have done IVF or know those who have, what were the numbers - I mean how many eggs were put back?
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