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    Mrs Hopeful - Keeping sane is important hun and yes this thread is great support. Hope today went well for you hun, made me giggle that you were writing your post waiting for the semen washing lol! I was told ovulation is usually 36 hrs after trigger so no I think you will be safe and catch ovulation, I have really felt the cramps from ovulation these last few cycles hopefully you will do - reassuring, hope fs confirmed all that for you.

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    ELM - welcome back, good luck with the start of your IVF cycle, nice when you know something is getting started and you are one step closer to bfp. Hope all goes well tomorrow and you can get started.

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    Hi ELM13 good luck with this cycle, i hope it brings you a lovely bfp at the end

    Heyside: Yep fs said around 36hrs, and i ended up really sore all afternoon with O pains, It was the worst i'd had in a long time so fingers crossed it was all 3 eggs popping out that did it lol

    It was weird this time i had no side effects from the trigger at all (last time i was really faint then had a spew the next morning) this time nothing, felt fine. But jeez i felt the O pains, and also my boobs are soooo sore. Hoping that means that there is some nice big eggies in there waiting to be caught
    Oh 2ww how i hate you. 1 day in and i'm going crazy already haha. Actually i am a bit excited as i have my appt with a cheaper clinic in 2 weeks to discuss IVF so im looking forward to the next step. Was sad to say bye to my current fs yesterday though as i quite liked him (just can't afford that clinic for IVF).

    Hope everyone is doing well xx

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    Sorry in advance for this me me me post but I am absolutely fuming and have no dh home to speak to!!! I have just rang up my fertility clinic after having my progesterone bt this morning and was simply told my nurse that 'my results had been passed onto my fs as he will be dealing with me now' that's exactly how I was told with no other information. I then said that this hadn't been explained to me and all I got was a garbled message on the phone. Apparently I had gone against the clinics suggestion to 'cancel' and they cant be seen to condoning that. I explained that the word 'cancelled' had not been used to me and it was expressed that I could still make the decision, maybe if they hadn't given me the trigger in the first place then I wouldn't have had the decision to make. The communication has been awful from beginning to start and think that that is one of the main reasons we are in the position we are now, especially as we were told at 4.40pm that I was advised to not go ahead with the cycle and there phone lines closed at 4.00 so I had no one to ring back with all my questions. I stayed very strong (not usual for me, I am known to be too emotional about things and expressed my opnions on everything, but was only told to put everything down in an e-mail to them and they would make it better for people in the future. To finish the conversation I asked about my results and how I was going to get them now as my fs would probably not be taking calls and she said 'oh no his clinic is closed today', so had no way of getting results back! Luckily after expressing my disappointment about everything for so long they were able to phone QML for the results - which came back at 200, so very very high and no need for pessaries, scarily high actually best get googling to see exactly what that means apart from lots of follies. I have been very emotional the last few days - guess that could be due to levels of progesterone.
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    ELM - welcome back Goodluck with your first IVF cycle! I have to wait until Feb to get started (which I'm quite devastated about) as the Christmas break will get in the way and then my FS will be away in January I wish I could just get started but I had a stupid mega-long cycle that meant I couldn't end up squeezing an IVF cycle in this year. I'm sure it'll be just what you need to get your very own BFP

    Thanks Rj85 x Hope you're keeping busy during your 2ww

    Thanks Hopeful I have been feeling morning (all day) type sickness but I think it's from the Metformin I'm taking as I've been feeling this way since before my trigger, I don't think Ive ever felt sick from the trigger? I too have definitely felt bad O'ing pains this cycle though which I'm actually happy about as I don't know why I haven't felt any pain for all of my previous cycles when I definitely did get O pains when I was trying for my dd?? It was so bad that I was wondering how the heck I was going to get busy bding like crazy when i just felt like curling up into a ball in the couch but it's been fine One less sleep! Ha ha...it's gonna be a looong couple of weeks I think!

    Oh Heyside - I was thinking it might be something like that but gosh, they're going a bit overboard! Have you heard of that recent lawsuit where the couple were suing their clinic because they apparently transferred one to many embryos back during IVF than what was agreed upon and they all took? Maybe it has all of the clinics running scared? No excuse though, as you said they still gave you the trigger and made it sound as if it was still your choice. They should still be giving you support I hope your FS makes up for their behaviour xx

    AFM - IUI went well, SO much better having my own FS back to do it. I felt so much more relaxed and I could feel that he really cared and meant it when he wished us good luck with this cycle We again couldn't get a babysitter and had to take my full-of-beans toddler but she was a little angel sitting their quietly eating though, I'll admit I bribed her with a naughty treat of a Nutella sandwich...the only noise she made was repeatedly saying "mmm!". Ha ha.
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    Ladydee- I'm glad your IUI went well! Much nicer when your own familiar FS is doing the procedure! Now just have to keep busy for the tww! Hopefully you won't need to go to IVF in Feb after all

    Mrs Hopeful- sounds promising with O pain and IUI going smoothly, It can be hard fighting the TWW crazies!! Good you have your appt at the new clinic re IVF, let us know how it goes.

    Maranoa- Hope you are going well hun, have you had to start injections yet?

    Heyside- I'm sorry to hear you had such a bad day yesterday, it sounds very frustrating. Hopefully you have nothing to worry about and you have just a single BFP for this cycle!

    Twinkley- Hope you are going ok with your injections are you haveing any trouble or all smooth?

    AFM- Been very busy at work so keeping nicely preoccupied, took my 3rd pregnyl booster today, one left now- next tues then Bt next sat, the count down begins!!

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    Maranoa - Thanks for the support hun x

    Ladydee - Thanks hun, I thought it may be something like that to and I understand completely why my clinic have to do it for my benefit and to cover themselves but the thing that has made me so angey is how they have communicated everything it has been completely shocking! Great news that your IUI went well, nice to have your own fs back!

    rj85 - Thanks for support hun. Glad to hear you are keeping busy, not long at all to go good luck x

    AFM - Have decided to chill out about everything and not stress, nothing has really changed in our circumstances we knew we had taken a risk and we have prepared for that. I was really angry about the communication and attitude from my clinic, I have no reason to contact my specialist now until bfn or bfp sowill just see what happens! We will then deal with our issues with the clinic if we have to start another cycle. My bbs are really realy sore these last few days but presume that's just the progesterone, nothing much more going on for me, 8dpo today.

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    I will post properly tomorrow (huge weekend!) just wanted to say Heyside hang in there, what a crappy experience you've had with your clinic, but you know what: you're gonna get a BFP this cycle so you won't have to deal with them any more!! ;-) xx

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    Mrs Hopeful - Thanks hun

    Maranoa - Good luck with your appointment today, hope you sort out some of your concerns and all becomes clear.

    AFM - I am not feeling too positive at the moment, I had one of my what I call 'hormone headaches' last night which I get before af arrives and have been feeling some of my usual cramping that I normally feel this morning. In some ways I am thinking I would like af to arrive sooner rather than later if she is going to appear. That would mean that I could face my fn earlier and get it over and done with also I can go for my day 1 blood test as we are going away over the weekend and it would make it difficult to get it sorted then.

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    Sounds like you have a plan that you are happy with Maranoa which is great, glad you feel good about it all, good luck with your lap and hope you have a good recovery. Seems like you know what you will be dealing with you are ttc which is half the battle. Thanks for your support hun it means a lot x


    How is everyone else going at the moment this thread is very very quiet! Hope you girls in the tww are keeping sane.


 

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