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Really Need a Miracle to have a precious Baby

Hello, I am a married woman of 16yrs with 4 children (2 of which are adults). I had my tubes tied 12 years ago
and regret it ever since. We can't afford IVF and according to my Dr. IVF is the best way to go. We are open to
private adoption but had our heart broken when the mother changed their minds which we are still open to. We just want one more chance to become parents of a newborn. I Love being a mom and really are running out of options'
Is there any services that is not to expensive that may be able to help us. I also, wanted to know I ran across this website that have a do it yourself IVF kit did anyone heard about that.?  just getting desperate!!!
Thank you for taking the time to read this
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7634030 tn?1407358368
I hv never heard of diy ivf kit.  In fact i think that is nonsense.  IVF consist a lot of work.  Like taking meds.  Injectables.  Then doc will monintor the development of your follicles.  Extract the eggs.  And etc etc.  How are you gonna diy on that.  Also, you hv to hv the equipment to store the eggs at the right temp.
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134578 tn?1642048000
See an adoption attorney.  If you have had your home visit done, he or she might be able to slot you into a state agency or other group that is not as costly as a private agency.
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