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    I always told my bosses every time doing IVF and I also told my closest collegues. The support was amazing from all and I found being upfront and honest made it easier re getting time off for IVF or needing time off at times it got difficult when things didn't work out and the emotional support was amazing. Made life easier.

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    Bringing this thread up again. If your work doesn't know you are undergoing IVF, what days you have off when doing a fresh cycle? Do you have the day of EPU and day of ET off? Or do you take more days i.e. after ET to allow for better chance of implementation??

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    Hi!
    I would take of the day of EPU and one after. Then the day of ET. I found getting back to work after a day off was helpful to make time go faster

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