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    Don't lose all hope Vix, the pregnyl shots should keep AF at bay, are you on PIO or crinone?
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    Hey @Vixjc oh no! Oh you must feel awful, I'm sorry. Just to let you know I had A LOT of bleeding on my successful cycle. I got my 'period' in fact. I did a POAS a few days later that came up positive so I went in for a BT or I wouldn't have bothered. I hope its just some random bleeding

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    Vixjc, I am another one who 'got her period' 5 days before test day, and bled quite a lot during that time. I was so devastated as it was to be our last cycle and I very reluctantly went for my bt. Imagine my surprise when it was a strong +ve. I ultimately did mc that pregnancy but my embryos were very poor quality. Hang in there. I'm hoping for good news for you on Friday!

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    Vix, that must be so stressful. Hang in there hun, there are lots of cases where a bleed doesn't mean everything is over. Sending hugs x

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    MrsMac you arent a failure. But we have all been where you are and understand the frustration, have you tested again? According to my information and in conversation with others 2dpt & 3dpt 10dp still could be early. Fingerscrossed that you get your good result Wednesday

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    How are you going today @Vixjc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    How are you going today @Vixjc?


    Thanks ladies - you're all so lovely So I had my bleed, then TMI WARNING when I went to the loo 30mins later (cos who can help it right? Gotta keep checking!) I passed a bean size clot ... and since then nothing, no bleeding, no clots, the progesterone 'run off' this morning when I got up was light tan as if from the tiniest amount of blood. I doubled my progesterone dose this morning, just in case - its still less than what I was on for my donor cycle last year ...

    On one of these forum threads a user wrote that she had had a bleed, followed by a clot, then a successful pregnancy. So this little fat lady isn't singing yet It might still be ok - granted I'm a lot less hopeful than I was ... BUT its not a BFN until that stupid rotten stick says so, and until then I'm hanging on to what little hope I have left, with reckless abandon

    On return to work today my worload was so insane - and will be for the next few days, that I can't indulge obsessive "wipe watch" (or googling) more than 2 or 3 times a day - probably a good thing!

    to all xxx

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    @Bongley I don't know too much about frosties either, but they said they will defrost them all at ovulation and then do a 5dt of the best one + one.

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    Glad the bleeding has stopped @Vixjc

    With three embryos in I guess you may have lost one or hormones could be all over the place causing the bleeding. Stick little embies!

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