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    I'm so sorry Ally. Chemicals suck balls.
    I'm a bit wary of any tests other than FRERs myself.
    Sorry if I'm asking a dumb question or one that you've already mentioned, but have you guys considered having karotype testing etc, to see if there's something perhaps causing repeat chromosomal issues?

    VicPark - a chemical is just a very early m/c. It usually just means the emby doesn't make it very far, due either to a chromosomal issue with the emby or perhaps the mother's immune system fighting off the emby.

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    Aww Ally. Oh hunny, that sux! I'd love to be able to say something profound and philosophical to make you feel a little better about it all. I'm not sure why the universe has decided to kick you when you are down but I'll be praying for a happy healthy baby for you if/when you decide to try again.

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    Big hugs Ally.

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    We have had our kareotyping done.

    Naturally my husbands swimmer issue results in half fertilized eggs etc so they don't divide properly. Unfortunately when I get that bfp when it isn't IVF we don't know if it was a 3% good swimmer or a 97% bad one

    I'm just so frustrated and defeated. It an absolute bloody miracle bfp doesn't make it what the hell am I meant to do?


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    I wish I had a solution for you. I'm sorry you've had such a rough time, it's awful xxx

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    Sorry here too Ally, I wish I had some magic words, it's just not fair plain and simple xxxxxx

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    Hugs. Hope mum is feeling better soon.

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    I Ally,

    Been a long time since I touched base, I just wanted to say that I have been thinking about you and Angus with Christmas fast approaching. I really hope you get through the festive season, will you do something special to remember him? Maybe a floating lantern or something similar.
    I hope you had a lovely time in America and that you have had days when you haven't needed to cry. My heart breaks when I think of Angus

    I hope the new year brings you a second child x

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    Alayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killarneygirl View Post
    I Ally,

    Been a long time since I touched base, I just wanted to say that I have been thinking about you and Angus with Christmas fast approaching. I really hope you get through the festive season, will you do something special to remember him? Maybe a floating lantern or something similar.
    I hope you had a lovely time in America and that you have had days when you haven't needed to cry. My heart breaks when I think of Angus

    I hope the new year brings you a second child x

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    Alayne
    Thank you Alayne.

    Actually been living a bit if a nightmare. My mother passed away on Remembrance Day she told me a few days before her biggest disappointment was never having a grandchild she could bounce on her knee and I've have like a billion chemical pregnancy some natural some IVF since July.

    Feeling so crappy and like a failure





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    Quote Originally Posted by Allymumtobe View Post
    Thank you Alayne.

    Actually been living a bit if a nightmare. My mother passed away on Remembrance Day she told me a few days before her biggest disappointment was never having a grandchild she could bounce on her knee and I've have like a billion chemical pregnancy some natural some IVF since July.

    Feeling so crappy and like a failure





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    So sorry for all of your losses Ally Sending you so much love

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