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    Hello everyone just popping in to say we r officially PUPO! Yay I have a good feeling about this one - the FS said it was a better embryo than the last one and thawed perfectly!

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    Woo hoo nattie!! Best of luck. I have everything crossed for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillac View Post
    Hi ladies
    ive been lurking but haven't posted as not much happening on my end .

    Bella very sad about your chemical bfp

    Traveler congratulations

    Felicita I love reading your posts I have learnt so much from you . What lovely news about your boy/girl combo. What a wonderful way to end the very long journey you have been on.

    Lindy we will miss you but it totally makes sense to take a breather and just enjoy life without IvF looming over you

    Peonie ..I can understand wanting to hurry things along before another birthday . It must seem like this whole experience has been drawn out
    for you. But as my FS said to me last week (when I asked him whether I should have another Stim cycle if I need it before I turn 35) he said 'dont worry as my ovaries don't know it your birthday!') he said fertility declines at a slow steady rate rather than a complete drop which is what I thought .

    Me: I am waiting for Af to start so I can start a natural FET cycle. It could be another week I think as my cycles are very long .
    GL to the other ladies doing FETs. Has anyone done a natural fet? It seems too good to be true, with no meds and opks . My FS asked me if I wanted 1 or 2 transferred but then changed his mind and insisted on 1
    I just did a natural FET (only using progesterone pessaries) and it is like going to Disneyland compared to a full stim cycle lol good luck!

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    Nattie- congratulations!!!! Its great when you start with a good feeling, I really thinks it helps bub stick. Here's to a fast and symptom full tww

    Lillac- I have done natural fet's (with no progesterone, and I prefer using progesterone just for piece of mind. Good luck!!

    Afm- we have one bub with one good heartbeat and a good sack!!!! I was seriously expecting the worst and planning D&C dates in my head, I didn't really know how to respond to a healthy pregnancy. Who would have thought my sad, collapsed, 20%cell survival emby could make this baby! Miracles really do happen girls!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by traveler View Post
    Nattie- congratulations!!!! Its great when you start with a good feeling, I really thinks it helps bub stick. Here's to a fast and symptom full tww

    Lillac- I have done natural fet's (with no progesterone, and I prefer using progesterone just for piece of mind. Good luck!!

    Afm- we have one bub with one good heartbeat and a good sack!!!! I was seriously expecting the worst and planning D&C dates in my head, I didn't really know how to respond to a healthy pregnancy. Who would have thought my sad, collapsed, 20%cell survival emby could make this baby! Miracles really do happen girls!!
    yay congrats!!

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    Traveler - congrats!!!!!!

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    Traveler - Congratulations, wonderful news! Your little emby is obviously a fighter. Hope you have an uneventful 8 months ahead!

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    Yay nattie84

    Congrats traveler.

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    Congrats Traverler - that's fantastic!! Such good news.

    Just goes to show that sometimes the embies they don't think will be great ones, ARE in fact perfectly viable. Makes you wonder about the ones they don't freeze.

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    Hi gals, congratulations traveler
    peonies I totally agree about the all those discarded Embies which could have been our baby . The FS told us this story about an ex patient who had a 3 day severely fragmentated emby who is now a school aged child . It makes me sad that we had to throw away most of ours ..

    Nattie good luck on the PUPO hope the FET is the way to go.

    Me: I am STILL waiting for AF .. I'm heading towards 40+ day cycle . It has happened before but not often . Feels like this FET will never happen


 

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