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    Star, love and hugs
    I really hope that you are able to conceive and have a stick bubba soon.
    I did much research on surrogacy in the past few years. If you would like to know any info, I keep in touch with ongoing related events and can put you in touch with those who have done it successfully.

    Thanks so much for your insight into AS and D&C's.
    I had 3 natural and two D&C's and was never told about any other options.

    I had a LLETZ procedure once for CIN1 after an abnormal pap smear. I have now found now that it has an effect on how effective the cervix stays closed. I am having extra scans to keep track on my cervix to make sure it does not get shorter.

    I have never met another person who has Kallmanns Syndrome. If anyone is interested I can post information about it.

    Love and strength to you all xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marzi View Post
    I had a LLETZ procedure once for CIN1 after an abnormal pap smear. I have now found now that it has an effect on how effective the cervix stays closed. I am having extra scans to keep track on my cervix to make sure it does not get shorter.

    I have never met another person who has Kallmanns Syndrome. If anyone is interested I can post information about it.

    Love and strength to you all xx
    Marzi---Not sure if you're aware of using progesterone pessaries to prevent the cervix ripening prematurely. I've been on it till 33 weeks. This is a newish thing, in the past they've always recommended cervical cerclage which has a relatively high risk of miscarriage.

    http://www.ranzcog.edu.au/the-ranzco...c-obs-29b.html

    Yes I think you should post a little synopsis of Kallmanns Syndrome, I think you're the only person I know to have it. Same thing with the septum thingy, so many women have it or some kind of bicornuate uterus but not knowing the risks.

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    Thanks to everyone for the congrats - we are over the moon although equally terrified Early scan tomorrow so our little boy is in the right place, right size etc etc

    Maryz - Good luck for your scan on 16th. Everything sounds on track so sure it will be another hurdle cleared

    Star - AS seems very difficult to overcome but you sound well researched & determined. Although it's not relevant for my situation - thanks for sharing...without information forums like this one there wouldn't be nearly as many proud mothers-to-be around

    Munchkin2 - Welcome

    Frosty - You are so close to holding your bub! Thanks for the invite to the preg thread...might lurk around here until I hear a HB if that's ok with the other LTIVFWW though

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    Wishmeluck, thank you for posting your experience and I'm so sorry for both your loss and that you are in this situation Even though he is in Sydney I am very happy to give the contact details for my AS guy if you would like to pursue this further. I'm going to take your advice and make a new post just for AS and we'll take our discussion over there?

    Marzi, yes please post your info on Kallman's! I think this is absolutely the right place. I recently went back and re-read much of this thread and there is an absolute wealth of info on all things IVF and pregnancy related from our long term collective knowledge. Thanks also for the offer to share your surrogacy info. Will bear it in mind xx

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    Frostysmum - wow not long to go at all! Thanks for your kind words.

    Star - big hugs! It must be so infuriating that you've gone through all this without being treated properly, or without it being avoided in the first place. It's a shame there is no accountability for FS's who mess up like that, as you're the one who suffers when you should have been referred to a specialist sooner. I really wish you all the best in the road ahead, will be crossing my fingers for you and looking forward to a positive outcome soon, through whatever means and method. Look after yourself! xo

    Welcome Munchkin2

    Good luck tomorrow Rice! How do you know it's a boy already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frostysmum View Post
    Marzi---Not sure if you're aware of using progesterone pessaries to prevent the cervix ripening prematurely. I've been on it till 33 weeks. This is a newish thing, in the past they've always recommended cervical cerclage which has a relatively high risk of miscarriage.
    I'm on crinone till birth. Tho long term use is yuk! You get thrush like itching and the discharge is gross! Things we do. I was on twice a day till 16 weeks I think now just one at night. Glad I have this OB! The FS said I'll be taken off it at 12 weeks, this I was soo not comfortable with!!


    Ill post about kallmanns and septum of the uterus etc. on the weekend.


    Welcome to Munchkin


    Rice, how did your scan go?

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    Hi Ladies
    yesterdays scan was great - FS showed us sack with yolk in the right place, right size etc. Another hurdle cleared Scan to see HB booked for 30th.
    Couldn't be happier as it's our wedding day today

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    Rice: Congrats on your wedding day, hope it all goes spectacular for you And awesome news about the scan. How far along are you??

    Mary

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    I had a scan and theres one perfect heartbeat. Yayy!! But they found a large 8cm cyst on my left ovary during yesterday's scan. It has obviously resulted from the hyperstimulation and the resulting pregnancy. I am real worried it will continue to grow larger. Has anyone experienced a large cyst during pregnancy?? It is increasingly sore and at least I now know where the pain is coming from rather than thinking I had an ectopic pregnancy. If anyone had experience with this, would love to hear

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    Hi Ladies,

    Maryz I had a large cyst on my left ovary in both my pregnancies and had no complications just discomfort but that stopped both times as I progressed in the pregnancy I guess it burst or went down as I didn't have anymore scans after my 18 week scans to check it my Dr said it was a pregnancy cyst and nothing to worry about just some women are prone to getting them. I also had 8 cysts the size of dinner plates after my first round of IVF and had OHSS and FS was not concerned about them affecting the pregnancy unfortunately at my 8 week scan it was found to be a blighted ovum I now feel around to find a cyst to see if I'm pregnant as it's my first indicator !!!

    Rice great news about ur scan I bet ur over the moon!

    Best wishes to all


 

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