That's what I'm going to the GP for Rainbow. Barbados only require a urine test and that would be it for them. I want numbers and requested that when I made the appt. They have a path lab next door so I should get the result that day. My transfer was 6 December for a 5 day blasty so should have a definite result via urine test anyway. I'm undecided as to whether to do a urine test in the morning or not. I'll wait and see how I feel at the time.
I'm southside in Perth. Perth is actually a bit of a backwards place at times. My first appt with the FS I was told a caesarean would be automatic as I was over 40. No other reason. There's no intrallipid treatment here, you need to travel interstate. Even NK cell testing is only done by one specialist and he charges thousands as he insists on using a full general anaesthetic, theatre etc. I've worked my way round what I can and other things like the NK cell testing and Intrallipids I let go as too hard to achieve.
Amazing how many risk factors seem to increase with IVF or other fertility treatment. I will continue with regular breast ultrasounds now as well as thin smears, as I've seen 3 women get breast/uterine cancer (one is waiting to die, one has died) when their babies get to around 2. Graves as well? laned, I wish you all the best.
2whites, a warm congratulations. What wonderful news. I hope baby number 2, is as easy as pie!