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Oregon Reproductive Medicine have now selected a couple to go forward and be a part of our unique Fertility Journeys project. We are delighted to introduce Chris and Anne, who after repeated attempts to become pregnant, and a failed shared egg donor IVF cycle in the UK, have been selected to work with ORM, in the form of a donor egg IVF cycle with an ORM donor.

Anne writes…

I was nearly 40 when we met and, by the time we were married three years later, my biological clock had been ticking for some time. Until then I hadn’t considered having a child, being more a career and ‘travelling the world’-type girl, and of course not meeting the right person hadn’t helped! It also hadn’t occurred to me that I would have difficulty getting pregnant, despite all the statistics. However, in spite of my optimism, nothing happened.

So we decided to seek help and went through initial fertility tests with the NHS. The results were devastating, telling me that I had very low ovarian reserve and was not even a candidate for IVF. The only way I would have a child would be through donor egg IVF. Initially I didn’t want to do that, thinking somehow I would defy the odds and conceive naturally if we just kept trying.

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