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Entry Twenty-seven
January, 1998

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See Those Sparks? That is my egg donor cycle coming to a screeching halt!

You probably got the point from the title of this journal entry. My egg donor cycle has come to a sudden and unexpected halt. My donor developed a health condition and had to cancel. I am not certain of the nature of her health problems. It sounded like it had something to do with her medications. I may call the Egg Donor Coordinator back this week and see if she can give me more information. I have every indication that she is fine, just unable to continue.

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My husband and I are very disappointed. We are also out quite a sum of money on my medications and the donor's medications (you would gasp if you saw how expensive Lupron is). This whole procedure is a gamble, and part of the agreement is that we will foot the bill.

At this time, I am struggling to come to terms with this. I was terribly frustrated and disappointed when I first received the news. This is actually my third donor. My first donor dropped out of the program, after I started my medications. This is supposed to be almost unheard of. I wrote about my second donor, and that unsuccessful cycle which occurred last summer. This donor who just canceled her cycle was my third donor.

I am finding my footing again, and will write about this "footing" next time. I'd write about it now, but I am not quite there yet. I am also writing a song to the child that will someday be a part of my household and my life, and that is therapeutic also. I'll let you know more next week. Keep me in your thoughts, and feel free to write me!
Kay Grames

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