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    Sounding all very positive Melbutterly, a lap sounds like a very sensible idea also. Good luck with it all!

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    Thanks for checking in @Ladydee. I have started stimming, gonal f and luveris. My nausea has settled some and I actually feel better today than I have in weeks. I have my first clexane bruise, this who ivf thing has really made me think about what I put my patients through.

    I catch up with Warren on Tuesday and I'm thinking EPU will be end of the week.

    Your tummy looks so sore, I truly hope all the pain is worth it. Good luck tomorrow.

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    Hi mum of one so far, or now I should say three :-) Big congratulations.
    I read your story with interest as I also have seen another specialist and done numerous full cycles as well as the natural therapies stuff and acupuncture. I am on a cancellation list for Waz but don't have an appointment until next June so last week I saw Glen Sterling at Life Fertility. First step he thinks, is I should have a laparoscopy to determine if there are any underlying issues.

    Anyway I was very interested to read what you said about having success with the 6 eggs you had doing an IUI verses full IVF. I also have a low AMH (below 1) but have never done an IUI. I have not heard of other specialists taking this approach and just wondered what drugs you were on for the stimulation to get the six eggs? I am guessing it was more than just Clomid? Anyway, thanks for sharing and congratulations again on your new twins. Mel.
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    Thanks @mummymaybe - glad you're feeling better and let me know how you get on with your scan.....hopefully there's a nice bit of action going on Do you know if there's anywhere else I can jab my Clexane by chance?? My FS who doesn't happen know about my Warren boosted cycle told me to finish my Clexane in a few days but Dr WDA definitely said to keep at it until a BFN or 12 weeks of pregnancy......if all goes well, I realised today that he'll see my bruises as he's my Ob! Ahhhhh, this is all a bit stressful with two FS!!

    AFM - thoroughly enjoyed my acupuncture before and after my FET today and it all went nice and smoothly. I've fallen pregnant the last 4 times I've tried to so I wouldn't like to know what the odds are that I'll be that lucky again BUT if I do....pleeeeeeeease be a super-sticky one!!!

    Here's my blasty-bubsicle while it was still defrosting and expanding so, not as pretty as my freshie was but I was told it was just as good.....

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    @Ladydee, congratulations on being PUPO. You can give you clexane in your thigh, might be a little more painful but not as bad as going through a bruise. Just divide your upper leg into quarters and use the top outer one ( nearest your hip).

    AFM, the big clexane bruises are pretty sore and I'm a bit tired but otherwise feeling pretty ok. I really hope this works.

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    Yay, awesome Thanks @mummymaybe, I'll give it a go. I sure hope this all works too!

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    CD 11 today. Scan showed 15 follicles 7.5-10mm and 7.9mm lining so all looking good. I am totally exhausted, I'm tired from the minute I wake up and struggling to get anything done. 5 injections a day is taking it's toll, my entire stomach is bruised and sore. I'm really finding this cycle much harder than any others I've done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    CD 11 today. Scan showed 15 follicles 7.5-10mm and 7.9mm lining so all looking good. I am totally exhausted, I'm tired from the minute I wake up and struggling to get anything done. 5 injections a day is taking it's toll, my entire stomach is bruised and sore. I'm really finding this cycle much harder than any others I've done.
    All sounding good to me! What CD did you start stimming? How is this comparing to your previous cycles? I was verrrrrry exhausted during my stim too (I got 13 mature eggs, 13 fertilised and 10 emby's...1 fresh, 9 frozen). I think it does take a lot out of you so it sucks that you're feeling like that but *hopefully* it's for a good reason and your growing a heap of quality eggies Wowzers, 5 injections per day?! Are they all for IVF or are you battling other medical issues also? Your poor belly, that sure is a lot. Do any of them bruise up as bad as the Clexane? That'd be twice as bad if so! Try to sneak in a few Nanna-naps wherever you can.....your pill box makes you qualify for a few of them, guilt free! When are your next bloods and/or scan? Take care xx

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    All ivf stuff. Gonal-f (twice a day), luveris, cetrotide & clexane plus 14 tablets. The exhaustion is much worse than other cycles I've had a 3hr nap today.

    My tummy is looking pretty bad, no real bruises other than clexane just red dots. Not as flat as yours. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1417501027.987642.jpg

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    Far out, that's a lot of jabs for your poor belly I really really hope it's all for a good reason and it leads directly to BFP success I hope you can manage to keep up with the Nanna-naps to see you through too. Xx

    AFM - 4dp5dt today. Just starting to feel the affects of the progesterone pessaries (and/or Pregnyl?) with that tight feeling in my uterus and vague boob soreness. No other symptoms apart from a bit tired today and had a little arvo nap. Far out, I think I jabbed my Clexane in the wrong spot today as it came up in a big round haematoma! Verrrry sore now too I think I might try my first leg jab tomorrow....
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