hi. a friend suggested i join a group like this bec i'm feeling very overwhelmed and alone about this whole process. very sad that this is what it's come to for me although i know how lucky i am that this exists. in addition i'm very overwhelmed by picking a donor. i'm not very happy with the choices available at my clinic but have heard agencies bad mouthed. i have a graduate degree and run a company. my fiance has an even better prof pedigree. we both are healthy, attractive and took very good care of ourselves. am i wrong to want a donor who has all of that plus looks - that's who i was at that age? i'm also sad bec my friend is pregant with twins from donor egg and my dr. thinks it's too high risk to implant 2 embryos. i would love to have twins and i know lots of people do successfully. i know i may only have one bite at the apple and would prefer a multiple birth. my fiance already has two grown sons. but this is my turn. so many things to think about. would love to hear some of your thoughts.
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