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    Default What gestation was your IVF/ICSI/IUI baby born?

    And was it spontaneous labour or were you induced/csec?

    Just curious

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    Oh and also, how much did they weigh?

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    IUI, born at 40+6, spontaneous labour but then needed pitocin to bring it on, she was born at a healthy 8.1 pounds or 3664gms

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    ICSI, born at 38 weeks exactly. Spontaneous labour, had a ceasearean planned in for the week after but she came a week early and ceasearean was scheduled straight away. Born at 2900grams.

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    ICSI natural FET born at 37+4 weeks 2.75kg- spontaneous labour

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    IVF, induced 39+3 ended in emergency c-section and she weighed 8 pound 15!

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    IUI, 38+6 induced and 3.51kgs

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    PPROM at 35 weeks ended in an emergency c-section due to placental Abruption.

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    IVF/ICSI 38+2 scheduled c. 3190g.

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    ICSI, born at 40+2 by c section due to baby being a massive 4.06kgs! (I am a size 10!!)


 

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