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    Good luck Cappy, hope this is a sticky one for you!

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    Best wishes for a nice little sticky embie Cappy.

    I agree with Libelle. Whatever Dr M says I will do regardless of my fs opinion! I've spent too many years doing what he wants and that has not gotten us our baby. While I trust him enough to do my transfer, whatever Dr M says goes! I know he isn't going to be happy about Dr M's protocol but too bad

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    I am on Aspirin (from day 1 of cycle), Prednisolone (from day 1 of cycle), Clexane (from transfer), plus Intrallipids. FS agreed to the aspirin and Clexane, while Dr M wanted all 4, so all 4 is what I'm doing :-)) Did my first Intrallipid yesterday, in preparation for EPU in about a week's time. It was quite a weird sensation having stuff pumped through for hours. I've had plenty of injections before, but the Intrallipid was slightly weird - hopefully it works, but at the moment I feel no different :-))

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    Good luck with epu mcg Bertie. It's been a while since I've done the whole stim cycle thing, I've almost forgotten what it's like! I hope you get a nice little bundle

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    Hello ladies. Quick question. I received my paperwork for my biopsy with Dr M and see that I am also having a hysteroscopy as well. This wasn't mentioned to me and I was wondering if anyone else had this at the same time and why. Just curious why some of us have both and some of us only have the biopsy done. Thanks so much! Hope everyone is well

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    Yay HCG still going up - 11,300!

    Happy with that as I had a bit more brown spotting yesterday, not much but enough to rattle me! Stopped now...phew

    now to wait for scan on Thursday!

    Do you think if all is well I should be seeing a heartbeat by then?

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    @Libelle, I think you could see a heartbeat but it is not super sure before 7 week so try and do your best not to worry too much if you don't as you will in a few days. ARe you on the IVF babies due July,August and September tread?

    Good luck. Your numbers look good to me.

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    Soclose, I had the biopsy as well as hysteriscopy, checking for/removing endo and I think he checked my tubes were clear too. Because I had never had anything in there checked he wanted to be thorough. I also asked him to do a Pap smear while he was there cause I was due for one and not really a fan of having them done 😉 I was relieved he wanted to check everything, my fs was convinced all was ok amd wouldnt check because I already had dd😡😡😡

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    Soclose, I believe hysteroscopy is a procedure use to look inside the uterus. DrM needs to identify which area to do biopsy.

    Libelle, great HCG numbers.

    MGCBertie, good luck on EPU.

    Cappy, sticky embie!!!

    Hi to everyone else.

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    Thanks so much Timetoshine and leomum. Dr M knows I've had 9 ops over the years (severe endo) and I've had a lot of hysteroscopies too so he must be just being thorough which is really good. If I'm going all that way for a biopsy I may as well have both.

    Timetoshine were you in hospital overnight?


 

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