I went to my OB at 12 weeks and had my last scan at 8 weeks at the FS. But book your OB as soon as you get the BFP confirmation as, like AmyEL said, they all get booked quickly in Perth!
Q: do u need to go in full bladder for the ultrasound (to check follicles)? I forget to ask the nurse.
Welcome besha. I didnt go to fertility north. I was with pivet for the consult. On our first visit, the FS checked me and DH physically in a separated room. The FS had our basic BT and ultrasound results. Then chatted with us what was next. She ordered few more tests. Then we were scheduled to come back in a month time when the results were back.
It depends on how low the count is and other parameters. ICSI isnt the only answer. One might just need ivf.
I was monitored up to 12 wks at my clinic, but I booked in with an Ob and saw her at 9 wks too. I had weekly blood tests at the clinic to check hcg and other hormones were all good, which was very reassuring leading up to a scan at 8wks.
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Just did the scan, very sad and disappointed. Only 5 follicles and only 3 in good size. No wonder i dont feel bloated. Can i get new ones in few days? But it might be a bit late for the EPU on friday.
Don't stress Bbhope. Stay positive. You have five more days for the other two to come to size and more can pop up in that time. I had most of mine develop in the last 6 days before pickup. I ended up on stims for 24 days
Kelbel, but new ones might not catch up? Thats what i read. DH surgery is scheduled on friday. I dont mind extending the trip if we have to. Also, Dont know if they will find something and of course i hope they do! I can also do another cycle but not him. The doctor never talks about freezing his if they find them. It will be small number -- just enough for fertilising. Argg....Thats too many variables.
It really depends on how many embies you think you'll need bbhope. Were you planning on getting any tested, or just go straight to transfer?
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