Hi @francesthecat, I followed your story previously and it totally broke my heart, I so feel for what you've been through, what a horrendously tragic journey you've been on.
I really hope Wazza can come up with the answers for you. I'm with him now too and just did my first FSH injection yesterday (with total needle phobia, I didn't think I could do it at all - it took numbing cream, ice and a big teaspoon of cement to harden the **** up!) and I'm doing two cycles now with a billion supplements (thyroid, prednisone, DHEA, melatonin, aspirin, anti-inflammatories, and the letrozole and FSH - plus all the natural supps I'm on) - the only thing I haven't been able to face is injecting Clexane, I'm attempting to mimic that through natural ways, but now that I've faced my first FSH injection, I could possibly do Clexane as well, we'll see...
So fingers crossed that I fall pregnant the natural way in the next two months, otherwise it's a full IVF cycle in April for me. I'll probably do embryo screening, so I think that delays things a month, so a scratch and flush late April and transfer in May could be on the cards.
Hoping Mr Miracle Worker can create some more miracles. Fingers crossed for you and big hugs. xxxxx
Last edited by Summer; 11-02-2015 at 07:04.
i just santed to say to say thank for your support.
Its a chemical for me, no rise on beta. I'm less upset than I thought. Of course not jumping for joy. But Wazza reminded me yesterday we started with MFI. So a 50/50 split on next cycle. I just got old.
More test needed for hubby, check FSH levels. If these are bad doube donor it is, we had our girl Lily nothing changes that.
Also Dr Wazza has found yet another issue, heart shaped uterus. Not hugely bad but after this needs to be fixed.
So right on to that, hystero scratch & flush. Then back right at it.
Its girls due date next week. This is my real pain and heart ache, this what everyone who, has empty arms knows.
Also Mums friend, who also suffered a placenta aburupiton like me same stage. Was having her next pregnancy, she was having twins. At 18 weeks, it was found one was growing too big, the other was not growing well enough.
Both babies passed away that day on the way to the specialist.
She did no go well after the labour, D&C etc. She now has been diagnosed with secondary liver cancer.
Some people just can't catch a break. It's just so unfair and wrong.
Thank you so much for thinking of me
lets hope for some more Wazza Magic around
@francesthecat Oh, bugger, sh*t Luv!! Am very sorry to hear this I can only imagine how heartbreaking it will be for you both next week on little Lily's due date..am at the thought of it and you're right it is unfair..bloody unfair!! No, nothing will ever change the fact that she existed and she will always be your firstborn baby girl
Glad to hear Wazza's on to it and am hoping once both you and your DH are sorted out test @ procedure-wise you'll get your BFP and take home baby on the next Cycle. Am everything for you both and here's some to get you started
Will be keeping my eye out for your updates and thinking of you this week too
Hi Ladies I have found this thread a very interesting read after hearing so many good things about the great Wazza. We have been TTC no.2 for the past two years with no success after conceiving dd back in 2010 through ovulation induction due to my pcos. We tried the OI again this time but hit many brick walls this time through our 9 cycles. We moved onto ivf last September and our first ivf cycle was a bfn with no embryos making it to freeze. Our second ivf cycle was a freeze all cycle due to the risk of ohss after we collected 17 eggs. I have since had two embryos transfered through a FET the first of which was a chemical and the second of which I am waiting for results today but it will be a bfn after poas. We now only have embryo left and I am thinking our issues are due to poor quality embryos so loosing hope in our remaining embryo . I am considering phoning Wazza to get on his waiting list as I know I will have to wait a while. Does he use antagonist cycles for women with pcos, thinking it might improve the quality of my eggs? It will be a long drive for us to see him but hoping he might be able to help us.
@Heyside I'm not sure Luv as I don't have PCOS???? Saw on another thread you're on the waiting list. they Cycle you're doing now gets you over the line Luv!!
If you do get a quick appointment with him in the meantime, ask your current Clinic to fax Wazza's rooms a copy of your file up to where you are currently even if that is mid Cycle Or else get them to give you a copy you can take with you and hand over to the admin Girls when you get there
ETA- He will tailor a protocol to you if needs be
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I had previously done 2 antagonist cycles with another FS and they were terrible as well so maybe it's just me.
What I like best about Warren is that he is very open and honest about what he is doing and why.
Don't stress about waiting times, I was given an appointment for 6 months away and was called for a canceled appointment after 4 weeks.
It might be worth starting his suggested supplements now so you've got a head start.
BlondeinBrisvegas - yes hun phoned and put myself on the waiting list. I want to do this last cycle with my last embie at my current clinic as dont want to leave it behind (silly I know). Also I think to much about upsetting my current clinic/fs (which I shouldn't do as I have been with them for 2 years now. So not sure what I will do if an appointment comes up very qyickly, I know in my heart of hearts I should take it. I will be getting a referel to wazza next tuesday so at least that will be sorted.
mummymaybe - thanks hun, great to hear wazza worked out your best cycle for you with your pcos and you got your dd from the cycle. Hope your appointment well well yesterday and he has organised a good protocol with the growth hormones, would be interested to hear how your cycle goes as definitely think I have quality issues with my first cycle having no embies to freeze and the second only getting 3 to freeze out of 17 eggs. Thanks for all the info. Will I find a list of suggested supplements in this thread?
Afm - af arrived this afternoon so ready to use my last embie with current clinic. Doing a long protocol so pill and synarel first before I get started.
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These are the meds he recommends, the aspirin and melatonin is for during the cycle but everything else he suggests taking for as long as possible. He also has me on metformin and an over the counter powder called Inofolic ( http://www.inofolic.it/drupal/?q=en/node/35 ).
Mummymaybe - so sorry hun I must have misread your ladt post. Great that you are get to so much closer, you will get there hun just a shame us ladies have such a long road to get there. Thanks for the supplement list hun. I am already on the melatonin coq10 and metformin but will look into the rest. I am currently taking the prenatal vitamins containing the zinc folic acid and fish oils I think. Does he recommend the separate tablets though?
Last edited by Heyside; 20-05-2015 at 16:23.
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