After having 3 rounds of IUI and then 1 round of donor eggs which all failed, I decided to write a complaint to my clinic in Southampton.
Because of what I felt was 'false hope', I went for a round of donor eggs as it came across as if the odds were quite high for it to work. However the embryos were not the best quality - one was 8 cell grade 1 and the other was 10 cell grade 2 but had started to fragment. The five remaining weren't good enough to freeze so that left me with nothing after the round failed.
I personally don't think that's right, you are given the impression that they will be top notch quality (after the donors being screened and a young age) but if they weren't good enough to freeze then that tells me the whole bunch weren't very good. I think in a case like that, you should be given another try with another choice of donor eggs, they might not of mixed well but that isn't the receivers fault and is just one of those things.
Anyway we will see what the response is x