mum4nay - wow, you are so close now. Hope that little one allows you some precious sleep in these last few days. Sorry can't help on the fragile X thing - I don't believe I had it done. Looking forward to hearing about bub's safe arrival.
trying - how did you go today with the scan? Everything crossed that it provided clarity that all is fine. So worrying to have something like that
pinkB - how about your scan hon? Hope you're travelling well.
millie and spot - you ladies must both be about 8 weeks already. Wowee! Hope all going well for you both.
starfish - hello lovely. Like others have said, it's great that the hysteroscopy has shed light on a few internal issues. And exciting that your cycle is underway.
melk - wonderful to hear about your beautiful izzy and the joy she is bringing. Long may it last
AFM - FS called today to discuss the results of all the various tests I've had done - blood tests and the biopsy. While the biopsy didn't clearly show NKC, there were abnormalities in another type of white blood cell they've recently started testing (I think she said C163?). In addition, one of the BT results showed something that probably indicates an autoimmune issue, and my thyroid condition indicates the same thing. So piecing things together, all in all her view - and she is very definitely conservative - is that the right thing to do is go on steroids (Prednisolone presumably) before ET and then 12 weeks into the pregnancy, if that were to happen. What I wanted to ask you lovely ladies is whether any of you have taken them and what your experience has been? How did they make you feel? Did you gain weight? What were you told about risks to the foetus? Any other views to share? We have a couple of weeks to decide. FS's view also is that given everything else about us, she would have thought we would be pregnant by now, so she thinks that there is something unwelcoming about the endometrium that is preventing implantation of our lovely embies. So in that sense I think her view is that there wouldn't be much point in putting the embies back without trying something to fix the problem. Sorry for the long me-rant.