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    Woohoo PUPO!!! I mean Qi that's a great result. Go little embie, go!! My blood test is the same day I think, which feels forever away.

    I used embryo glue. its really just a nutrient fluid they squirt in, no proven evidence of improving success rates but I figured it can't hurt! I was open to assisted hatching but my embryologist said my embryo didn't need it.

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    Thank you WiseE for your excellent tips on picking a donor. I hadn't considered many of the things you listed.

    My clinic are importing sperm from US I'm pretty sure, so hopefully there will be a decent selection .. X

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    If its importing from the US there will be a big choice. You might want to consider only using people with a photo, that way your child will know what their other genetic half looks like. Won't matter as a baby but later in life they might be curious.

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    Just an update. 6dp5dt and bfn worst thing I could have done is to test early... Absolutely gutted. I feel like it didn't work.

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    Lets- as someone whose been there it does suck, but in all honesty is sucks whether its by blood test or POAS. Was it a First Response Early Response test?

    Always remember its never officially over till you get the blood test. Last time I got a line 9dp5dt, but it was a chemical pregnancy and disappeared before the blood test.

    Nows the time a line would be appearing. Tomorrow is still feasible, the day after too. When I got my BFP I got the faintest line, almost missable at 11 days past egg retrieval. You're not out yet. I like to test every day as it lowers my hopes bit by bit.

    So I'm not giving you permission to be bummed yet

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    Hi wise yeah it was a first response.... It's okay had my morning of crying. I dragged myself outta the funk I was in and went for a super long walk! Still a little down, but much better then before!

    I have my bloods on Friday so not long until I know officially. Just gotta somehow get through these four days!! Ivf is officially the longest and most painfully tww ever!

    How are you going with it all wise?

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    Not feeling anything yet, but back to 100% health which is great.

    Lets- will you test again before the BT or wait?

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    Yeah I think I will keep testing I don't think I can stop now! I done a bit of research and 6dp5dt is really early to get a bfp so a have a little hope back

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    So day 5 today. 14 blasties going in to the freezer and maybe a few more tomorrow

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    OMG kelbel that's insane!!!! I doubt you will ever have to go through this again, which I'm sure you're thankful for! FET is much easier on the body. Will you start that when AF comes of wait a bit longer? My AF came early after a stim cycle without a transfer. I was away and sooooo angry the hotel didn't do room service desserts. Next day AF turned up and it all made sense . So keep some pain killers and pads with you at all times.

    Lets- yes POAS is strangely addictive. My 1yo DD saw me do it once and a month later found a test and held it between her legs . I've also caught her trying to do injections into her belly using a dollies bottle, after that I became much more discreet! It is early to test, and it's great if there's a line, but if there isn't unless it's the day of the blood test it doesn't mean it's over.

    As for me I'm pretty sure it implanted a few hours ago. It went exactly like last time (which didn't work out so not sure if this was a good thing or bad thing), I got really hot, then a stitch like pain in my side (think it transfers pain there on me). Lasted about an hour. It's got my hopes up!

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