I don't believe I wrote much about our latest visit to a new genetic counselor. She was by far my favorite (third time was the charm I guess), because for once I sat before someone who didn't roll their eyes everytime I tried to get a word in edgewise. She also referred to Celine as "your daughter." Thank you so much for that GC number 3.
I asked if she *ever* had a patient before her with a history like mine, and she said, "sadly, I have." And she didn't elaborate. But she absolutely believed that given the near impossible odds of experiencing a partial molar pregnancy and a Giant Omphalocele something else was going on. And thank god, she understood the severity of our daughter's, what a difference that made, no judgement at all for your heartbreaking choice justonemore. Unfortunately, it's not something that can currently be tested for, and I am making the right decision - in her eyes - to take my genetics out of it. "AMA women are at higher risk of aneuploidy, and some of your losses reflect that. But something isn't right even at 40 to have a loss history like this. And I don't actually believe bad luck is all that's happening in your case. You're right to turn to donor eggs to try to take whatever it is out of the equation."