Thanks everyone - so stoked! But am not getting too excited yet - I think I'll be on tenderhooks the next 8 weeks at least! Looking forward to continuing on the crinone - NOT!
I'll be hanging around the thread for a bit longer (with one in the freezer!) so hope to see those who got BFN's this time around realise their dreams! Much love, luck and light to those of you still waiting for your miracle!
Last edited by mrsoptomistic; 30-05-2012 at 20:04.
WOW more BFPs - congrats khutch so happy for you xx
Man just had first clexane injection - ouch!!!!
All this stuff is making a nice healthy home for embies on Friday
Praying praying praying praying praying praying
Congratulations khutch, so exciting.
so grateful to have so many wonderful women to share my thoughts with, given it is such a private and intimate journey, one that many of my close friends dont even know about! I have my fingers crossed that there will be more BFP's! And to the ladies that got BFN's this time, I am thinking of you and hoping your next cycle brings joy!
Well girls, after starting this thread over 2 months ago, we finally have some action ! We saw our FS today & I have some great news. Whilst we still cannot do TESE on DH (because we have this testicular cancer thing hanging over our heads), so cannot do our full stim cycle as was planned they are going to let us use our little frozen emby this month, even though I'm already at day 8 of our cycle. So I have my 1st blood test on friday. This may be our last chance at having DH's biological baby (after this it's on to donor sperm) so please send us all the babydust you can spare . Thanks girls xx
Wow this thread is moving so fast! I missed checking for 3 days and can barely keep up! So happy for the BFPs - happy for those with them, and happy that you have given the rest of us hope that this process can work!
ertgirl I am glad you are able to move forward, it's been hard for you.
AFM I was supposed to start FSH injections Monday but FS felt I haven't recovered enough from laparoscopy/hysteroscopy almost three weeks ago. I have had the worst period pain I've ever had, and am still very sore besides - I really hope it all goes away once AF is gone, I've already had 10 days of this. Another week of Synarel for me, to give me more time to recover.
Just curious - at what time of day do you all do medications? I'm doing Synarel at 7:30 morning and night but a lot of blood tests and scans at the clinic are early morning, so I figured I would have to do injections before the clinic opens and keep that up every day as I don't want to be trying to do them away from home. How does everyone else handle the scheduling?
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