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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    Thats about as long as I have to wait for BT I think, (17 dpo) I always fall foul of the weekend so I have wait an extra 2 days, I think that's what has happened to you.
    I think I got my really, really faint line at 11dpo, it wasn't very strong until a few days later and on my internet cheapies it was practically invisible. You have a few days to go I think before counting yourself out but I understand how you feel.
    Oh? The internet cheapies are fainter? I'll keep that in mind next time, thanks for the heads up


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    Feb 14, first FET, 2 transferred, BFN
    April 14, EPU, transfer cancelled, 1 more frosty
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    @leyshoja great that you can do another so quick, it really helps to focus on the next thing doesn't it?

    I got told off by my fertility nurse for using POAS as well. But that was the cycle that I got my 'period' and it turned out I was up the duff. So if I hadn't been POAS I wouldn't have gone in to have my BT (they don't bother if you get AF). I would have consoled myself with a few boozy weekends and then felt terrible!
    Yeah, distraction is good I must be lucky, my clinic nurses are all so lovely and supportive even when I poas.....


    Me 41 DH 44, both healthy, just running out of time
    Jan 13, egg freeze, 10 retrieved
    Jun 13 EPU plus fert of frozen eggs, 2 transferred, 3 frozen, BFN
    Aug 13, EPU 2 transferred, BFP, m/c due to downs
    Nov 13, EPU transfer cancelled, 2 more frosties
    Feb 14, first FET, 2 transferred, BFN
    April 14, EPU, transfer cancelled, 1 more frosty
    May 14, next FET .... Watch this space

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    @VikkiB Yep, cheapo clinic! I can't complain though as the lab and doctors are very good, just not much bedside manner from some of the nurses (not all). They told me I shouldn't POAS so that I didn't distress myself, I am guessing there must be a lot of false negatives and chemical pregnancies in IVF and using HCG to trigger throws a spanner in the works too. But yes, its up to us whether or not we do it. Personally it keeps me sane having something to do every day.
    I am surprised they don't do a BT regardless too.
    What a joke! Not stress ourselves ?!?!? Impossible, whether you poas or not !!


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    Jun 13 EPU plus fert of frozen eggs, 2 transferred, 3 frozen, BFN
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    Nov 13, EPU transfer cancelled, 2 more frosties
    Feb 14, first FET, 2 transferred, BFN
    April 14, EPU, transfer cancelled, 1 more frosty
    May 14, next FET .... Watch this space

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    Quote Originally Posted by kate124 View Post
    Hey everyone! Ok so just had a call from the FN (that same cranky one damnit!!!) and my hcg levels have gone up from 37 to 120 in four days, so nearly where they probably should be at I think! This is good news! I am now booked in for my 7 week scan to see what's going on in there on the 3rd June. What is also fabulous news is I get to stop Crinone - yay! I did a 'clean out' last night and am mildly scarred!!! Bit worried about Progesterone levels being ok to support the pregnancy, anyone got any ideas on this?
    @kate124 that's wonderful news. Most people produce enough progesterone to support their pregnancy so it shouldn't be an issue. I'm damn sure that if there was a remote possibility you may need it they'd be happy to make more money and sell you some. Ivf drugs are all ridiculously expensive


    Me 41 DH 44, both healthy, just running out of time
    Jan 13, egg freeze, 10 retrieved
    Jun 13 EPU plus fert of frozen eggs, 2 transferred, 3 frozen, BFN
    Aug 13, EPU 2 transferred, BFP, m/c due to downs
    Nov 13, EPU transfer cancelled, 2 more frosties
    Feb 14, first FET, 2 transferred, BFN
    April 14, EPU, transfer cancelled, 1 more frosty
    May 14, next FET .... Watch this space

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    @kate124 congratulations that is fantastic news

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    Quote Originally Posted by kate124 View Post
    Hey everyone! Ok so just had a call from the FN (that same cranky one damnit!!!) and my hcg levels have gone up from 37 to 120 in four days, so nearly where they probably should be at I think! This is good news! I am now booked in for my 7 week scan to see what's going on in there on the 3rd June. What is also fabulous news is I get to stop Crinone - yay! I did a 'clean out' last night and am mildly scarred!!! Bit worried about Progesterone levels being ok to support the pregnancy, anyone got any ideas on this?
    @kate124 yay! Maybe see if you can get your progesterone levels tested in a week? Not sure that's just an idea if you're worried

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    Congratulations @kate124 and the other BFP's this month xx

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    Congrats Kate! That's great news!

    Sorry t hear leyshoja, hopefully next cycle brings you joy!

    Rocky, things have gone quickly for you! GL for the scan. Hopefully the cramping means lots of follies!

    Bongley, congrats! Great news! Now to stay sane til testing!! When is your BT?

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    Blossom, sorry about your FN and BFN! It seems that there's one nasty FN in each clinic. I always dread calling and my heart drops when I hear it's her. Esp when it's a BFN BT call. Good luck for next cycle!

    Vicki that's great news! Fx!

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    Calstar - glad u r feeling ok. I've had to double jab a few times as well, with this Saizen it's a little more tricky to ensure u get all of the dose. I have also noticed some slight achyness

    Congrats on being Pupo bongley

    Vikkib - great news about your extra embie making it through

    sorry to those with bfn x

    Kate - congrats so happy to hear your news

    Had cd6 BT today e2 levels 1297 - it's day 4 of stims. Does anyone else have there levels for around this time? I never really kept track of last 2 cycles, hoping things r on track, 1st scan and next BT Wed
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