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    Starfish - I'm so happy to hear that your uterine cavity is scar free and 100% open - that is wonderful news . I have everything crossed that your next cycle is going to be your super dooper sticky one.

    Hello to everyone else and lots of to all of you.

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    Some really sad news from me. My membranes have ruptured and I've lost all the amniotic fluid around our baby. I rushed to have a scan today which showed no fluid. The OB have me the bad news and says we have no chance for this pregnancy to survive even though the heartbeat is still very strong. He wants to do a D&C on Sat. We are absolutely devastated after getting this far to 13 weeks. I don't know what to do but looks like it might be best to get it over with on Sat and move on. My heart aches!!! I know this is not a pregnancy thread but just posting here in the hope someone can offer some advice or experienced similar???

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    Geez Maryz life really sucks sometimes. My heart goes out to you I'm so very saddened by your news. I wish I had some advice. This is just not fair. Argh this journey can be just rotten.
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    Hi Maryz, so sorry to hear your news.
    I don't know of anyone who has gone through anything similar at 13 weeks.
    I actually ruptured my membranes at 22 weeks, got an infection and went into premature labour and lost my little girl at 23 weeks.
    However when I was in hospital there was a lady in the next room whose membranes ruptured at 16 weeks 5 days after an amniocentisis. She was very lucky. She did not get an infection, her membranes repaired and so her allantoic fluid replaced and she went home at 28 weeks.
    I do realise 13 weeks is quite a lot earlier than that but just thought I would share with you.
    Again I am so sorry. I know how hard it is.
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    Maryz, I'm so sorry you are in this situation. I hope by now you have received some useful info or perhaps sought a 2nd opinion to help you make sense of your options xx

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    Hi ladies, thank you so much for all your warm messages. This is a grueling journey and somehow I need to again find the strength within me to go on. We thought we were safe at nearly 14 weeks but it was not to be! I'm having the D&C tomorrow afternoon. Its heartbreaking considering it took me over 9 years to achieve a pregnancy. We had a scan today for piece of mind that by some miracle the amniotic fluid hasn't returned. There was no fluid at all and no heartbeat anymore either. Poor bub passed away since Wed afternoon. I walked out balling my eyes out but at least we are 100 percent sure that bub is gone and there is no chance. Dr says I need to rest 2 months and do the frozen transfer in Aug, we have one frozen blastocyst. Thank you everyone again for your amazing support. I know it will get easier with time somehow.

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    Mary I'm so very sorry for your loss

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    Hello I hope I'm welcome here, I feel I don't quite belong with other monthly threads anymore.

    I'm hoping someone can give me some advice.

    I'm quite disappointed, I'm in the middle of a tww. This was our third attempt (2nd Natural FET) and I'm starting to get af.

    I'm currently on cd26, and I'm wondering if I have a long enough luteal phase. I ovulated on cd16 that is a luteal phase of 9 days for this cycle.

    I had a chem last cycle so now I'm wondering if I had a long enough luteal phase to support that pregnancy.

    I think i need to change FS but I have 2 two day grade 3 embies left.

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    kmvw welcome to the thread. I have a luteal phase defect that was not picked up for three years! All my transfers were never going to work. I moved clinics and they found it in the first tracking cycle. I follow a normal ovulation cycle so it looked like everything was "normal" with tracking from my first clinic as they took blood tests at Day 2 up to ovulation however they never took a blood test after ovulation but before the pregnancy test (actually I never made it to the pregnancy blood test before AF arrived as I wasn't producing any progesterone). The clinic wouldn't listen to me and said it was AF coming early grrrr
    So if you haven't already get them to track your bloods all the way through a cycle. The first clinic had me on progesterone pessaries but the second clinic put me on crinone which is much better for girls with luteal phase problems. The cycle I had on crinone was good, my progesterone levels were really good and AF never came early. I still got a BFN but it wasn't because of progesterone problems.

    April - How are you going? I was really sorry to read about your BFN

    Star - I'm glad to hear everything is moving in the right direction for you.

    Maryz - How are you going? Such a hard thing you are going through I can't even imagine. I'll be sending positive vibes your way in August.

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    kmvw - Like the other girls, I'm wondering what your progesterone levels are between ovulation and AF.
    The simplest number that you or your FS ought to already have is the "CD21" progesterone test, which should really be a "7 days after ovulation" progesterone test. Are you on progesterone support in the TWW anyway?


 

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