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    Default Anybody starting a natural IVF cycle mid February?

    Hi I'm Jamie I'm 37 and have been ttc for 4 years we have been through 3 lots of ivf last year all failed I have 2 on ice which I'm about to get transplanted. Just wondering if anyone else out there going through this the same time that I can chat with

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    Hi Jamie. Happy to chat with you through this. Did you decide on transferring one or two? Did I also see you post somewhere that this was going to be your last ivf? What state are you in? You might want to jump on a local thread as well.

    I am having 2 transferred on Monday. All natural no meds at all. They are doing assisted hatching on both embies. I'm not feeling very confident because they were slow developers at the time they were frozen. But they surprise me. I really hope this cycle is the one for you.

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    Default Anybody starting a natural IVF cycle mid February?

    Hi kheeki, we can't do it financially any more and emotionally as well. There's not really anything wrong with us I have slight endo but my specialist seems to think its got nothing to do with why this is not working and i also have a under active thyroid which I'm on medication for and finally have it sorted and dh is perfect.

    My last collection I got 12 eggs but only 3 lasted and I had a "A" grade transferred but alas no luck. I have had a 3 month rest I just needed not to think about it for a while my mind really needed it and enjoyed it.

    I had the last 2 day 5 frozen and have been tossing up on 1 or 2 but I have heard so many good stories on 2. I'm now on aspirin and a steroid ( which at the moment can't think of what it's called it's outside in my handbag!!) that that maybe my immune system is to strong and is rejecting the embryos.

    So I'm on day 3 and anticipate transfer for around day 15-20, I really want it to work this time.

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    Default Anybody starting a natural IVF cycle mid February?

    Good luck Jamie, I will be checking on you lots! Come on little embies......
    Jen x

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    Default Anybody starting a natural IVF cycle mid February?

    Thanks Jen, hope your going well.

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    Default Anybody starting a natural IVF cycle mid February?

    I'm not doing too bad! I've had a rough ride of it though really..... No such thing as relaxing now you are pregnant! I had a small bleed in my womb at 7 weeks that didn't clear till 12 weeks, thought I could relax a bit then as hit the 2nd trimester but no such luck, another bleed and scan later.... I now have low lying placenta, they think it will move with time and growth but it's not in the best place! Just waiting for a scan on 1st march to see if I have the all clear yet!

    I really hope your fet works, have you decided on 1 or 2??? X

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    Default Anybody starting a natural IVF cycle mid February?

    Ok so transfer is Saturday and I have to go all the way to Hawthorne. I'm soo super nervous but hearing good things over the weekend about the advancements with ivf. I've decided on 2 eggs and I really want it to work

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    Default Anybody starting a natural IVF cycle mid February?

    Good luck for Saturday Jamie, I had to go to hawthorn too for some tests. It's a nice unit. Have you been eating Brazil nuts and drinking milk?? Don't forget the pineapple!

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    Drinking milk??? I havn't heard that one please tell me more!!!

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    Default Anybody starting a natural IVF cycle mid February?

    A pint a day helps to thicken lining and implantation. I tried all of them for my first cycle which resulted in DS, very few for the failed cycle and milk and Brazil nuts and pineapple for this cycle! I'm sure a lot is coincidence but well all worth a go!


 

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