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    Hi everyone, so thismonth AF arrive two days before testing so knew it was a BFN : ( so I called FS straight away and got into see her 2 days later….. basically the result of the follow up was that shewas very disappointed that we only got 2 eggs when E2 supported more…and itlooks like I am always only going to have around 7 follicles, and it will behard to recruit the next lot.
    I had a 3 day 7 cell transfer, to me the egg looked good, and the cells wereall the same size, and the specialist who transferred it said it look good andwas at the right stage, but then my FS said as it was a 7 cell it was onstruggle street to begin with….urgh….don’t know what to think.
    So we are changing drugs, we are going to use Lupron andMenopur with a double trigger, as she thinks that maybe my body isn’t releasingthe eggs at ovulation and that is why we only got two eggs from a possible 5follies(Bongley maybe same thing for you ? ).
    Anyone have any luck on thesedrugs ? and what side affects did you have ?
    Bertie - I think it is a positive thing that there wasa little implantation…it’s a good sign to take into next transfer.
    So as we are going away in October for a few weeks, willskip this cycle and start Lupron around the 4th November, so willget one last shot in this year.
    Good luck everyone !

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    @GnH so sorry to hear that I did google empty follicles and it mentions something about a double trigger. I'll make sure I ask my FS tomorrow.

    Now I am the first person to bleat about wanting an 8 cell on day 3 but I really did think that 6 to 8 was still ok, so yeah it does seem off that she said a 7 would be on 'struggle street' Perhaps she meant it in hindsight.........

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    Gnh.... sorry about your BFN. I did have one and a half triggers on my last couple of cycles - didn't work for me, but I understood the theory behind it, so hopefully it works for you. Thanks for thinking of me. I'm off to Fiji next week, so really looking forward to eating lots of yummy things and not doing much :-))

    Bongley.... good luck with your ET tomorrow. How exciting xx
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    Springrain, I've been waiting for you to pop one of those embies in! It's been a long time coming. Good luck, can't wait to hear of the results!
    hi to everyone else

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    @SpringRain just wanted to pop in and send some massive good luck your way for this little emby lovely!

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    @SpringRain I feel that way every cycle. My DH is a born optimist so every cycle he waits excitedly for good news while I shake my head and wait for the bad. So far I have been right. I would however like to be surprised.
    I hope you get a lovely surprise BFP after the 2WW.

    Lol. That just reminded me that DH when he first heard the term BFP thought the F stood for something else. I may just say that if my next cycle works.

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    Good luck Springy xx

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    GnH...Just sticking my oar in to let you know that my last transfer of embies (of which now one of them is my little girl) was a 5 cell, 6 cell and 7 cell on Day 3...obviously don't know which one took, but my understanding has always been as long as the embryo is between 6-8 cells on Day 3 (sometimes they can be more) then it's developing normally (the embryologists prefer more than 5 cells at that stage). They also look at the size of the blastomeres (which should be similar in size) and the degree of fragmentation (< 25% is preferable) as well as for the presence of multinucleation. Embryo's don't divide equally either just in case you didn't know. Good Luck to you and the rest of the Ladies too!!! xoxoxo

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    Hi peeps, had a compacting morula transferred today, day 5. Our worst looking yet.

    So confident am I, that I have a new plan of attack for the next cycle already in place. Metformin, slightly higher FSH, endometrial scratch and PICSI.

    I was very surprised my FS didn't just point to my age but was looking at sperm issues (thus the PICSI) as our embryos start kicking the bucket at day 3 (when the sperm really starts to play a part) My partners sperm has always been excellent so I feel this is a long shot but worth a go.

    Anyway. None of this will delay us getting it done and dusted before xmas, so pretty happy about that at least. He mentioned donor eggs and started to say that it would be difficult as we already have a child but we said that we just wanted to give it one more shot then call it quits anyway.

    So.
    @BlondeinBrisvegas interesting info!
    @SpringRain are you going to POAS?

    good luck everyone
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    Bongley, congratulations on being PUPO!! I use pregnyl for support, and my last shot was Sunday so can't POAS now.

    GnH, sorry to hear about the BFN It always feels like a kick in the teeth.

    Bertie, how are you going?

    Faith, em, BiB, Grace, Kelly, Team Panda, Butterfly and everyone else

    AFM - BT is Monday next week. If nothing else, the pregnyl seems to keep AF away for a bit.

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