Do/Did you guys send gifts to your Re's office or the clinic itself?
Who exactly? (RE, RE's Office, Nurse, Embryologist)
When? (If BFP? After Transfer? After Stims?)
What? (Cookies, Flowers, Coffee?)
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02-03-2007, 07:09 AM #1
Gifts for RE/Clinic?D. In Dallas
02-03-2007, 07:40 AM #2MissyFRegistered Userhas no status.
- Join Date
- Apr 2002
- Central IL
I brought in flowers and bagels after my BFP as well as a thank you card. They were really greatful. They are always there and don't get many chances to get out of the office, so they were really glad. I just popped in before work and dropped them off.
Hope this helps!
02-03-2007, 08:33 AM #3
I think that when I get my BFP this time I will be buying my RE something for putting up with me ...I will get the nursing staff some flowers too and a card(Me)Deborah 27 Partner (DH) 53
TTC #1 6 years
DX: Dh vasectomy 12+yrs ago;
IVF w/ICSI #1-#3 BFN
IVF w/ICSI #4 early loss
02-03-2007, 04:01 PM #4
I was thinking about sending them something after the ET before the beta b/c regardless of the results, they are wonderful and they should know that.
I was thinking about flowers (if they allow them, I'll ask; some places are particular b/c of allergies) or candies, cookies, fruit basket.
I like the bagel idea and coffee, there is a coffee shop nearby where I could get the stuff, and the planter idea.
02-03-2007, 10:30 PM #5KarenS-MIBoard Coordinatorhas no status.
- Join Date
- Jan 2002
- My Mood
I sent a card, but didn't send gifts. I figured that my RE made a fortune off of me, so he didn't need any gifts. I did take in a birth announcement & the babies so they could see them. They absolutely LOVED to be able to see them. (I did it when there weren't any patients)
Karenttc #1 for 7 1/2 years
~ IVF #1, 6-93, cancelled; IVF#2/rescue ICSI- 7-99, failed
~(switched RE's) ZIFT/ICSI- 1-00, successful w/twins, lost 1 at 8w
~ ZIFT/ICSI #2, to try for #2- March '03- successful
~ GS- IVF #1, 7-05 failed. FET 10-05- BFP, m/c 5w5d
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