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    I pretty sure I'm out. Got home from work all excited coz I hadn't pee'd for a few hours so was gonna POAS, went to toilet and there was pinky brown discharge (sorry way tmi) on the liner. I can't stop crying. DH reckons I should just wait for the bt on Monday before thinking its over but y else would I have this.
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    So hard not to read signs. We went and had lunch with friends, DP had good size pasta, dessert and just had dinner and is still hungry. Please let this be a good sign

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    KDSD big hugs x There is nothing that can describe that feeling. Stay strong... Remember it isnt over until BT x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sariele View Post
    I think at my clinic they simply take the "better in than out" approach, even though research has apparently proven this isn't the case. So if you only end up with one or two fertilised, they strongly recommend immediate transfer; I suppose just so you have something to transfer, rather than finding out two days later that they haven't survived. The only problem with this is that if it's not going to survive until day 3 or 5 in the lab, then it won't in the uterus either. So I'm not sure why they do it, unless it's just good for their stats! *sigh*

    Maybe it's for psychological reasons too? Like, you feel more positive about future cycles when you "made it to transfer" the previous one, IYKWIM? Not sure.

    As far as I can tell, there is no scientific reason for doing a 1 day transfer, or even 2 or 3 days for that matter. Apparently 5 day is meant to be the best, as they can truly find out which embies are strong enough to transfer, which is not always apparent at day 3.

    But the embryologist told me this morning that they have actually researched and presented figures for their day 1 transfer stats, and they are better than you'd expect, so that's why they do them. She said to me "your incubator is a lot more efficient and complex than ours in the lab" ... I guess that makes sense. *shrug*
    That makes sense Sariele, I'd feel happy with that. I do have to be a little dubious though, is it a money making thing? If we don't make it to transfer we don't pay for part of the cycle. Day one transfer pretty much guarantees a transfer, and therefore payment. We pay so much money, so I'm always questioning their choices.

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    Well our IVF journey took a massive turn tonight. Things have just been so hard over the last 12 months, and tonight DP and I ended up in a horrid argument and I think that's it for us now. I can't help but wonder if perhaps I'm never supposed to be a mummy and if I'm destined to be old and alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaandaw View Post
    Well our IVF journey took a massive turn tonight. Things have just been so hard over the last 12 months, and tonight DP and I ended up in a horrid argument and I think that's it for us now. I can't help but wonder if perhaps I'm never supposed to be a mummy and if I'm destined to be old and alone.
    Oh honey it sounds as though it was horrible. Hopefully things will cool down and clear heads will prevail. X

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdsd View Post
    I pretty sure I'm out. Got home from work all excited coz I hadn't pee'd for a few hours so was gonna POAS, went to toilet and there was pinky brown discharge (sorry way tmi) on the liner. I can't stop crying. DH reckons I should just wait for the bt on Monday before thinking its over but y else would I have this.
    Sorry for my downer post
    I had that too today, unless you implanted late, did you still POAS?

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    Ja... I am so sorry to hear hun. Not sure what your fight was about but maybe you both need some breathing space and time to clear your heads. This journey is so emotionally draining.
    I dont believe that you are meant to be alone. We all deserve happiness. Xxxxx

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    That's just the thing, so emotionally draining, and I don't know if it's meant to be when it makes us both so miserable. It just doesn't seem right that we should be so negative and mean to each other, when we're going through something like this together. Not sure how Im meant to be feeling right now. Determined not to cry, and just feel empty.

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    Ja I'm so sorry This whole thing is so, SO hard and takes a massive toll. Massive hugs, I hope the morning brings some fresh perspectives for you both xxx


 

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