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    Gosh I'm so not coping today. Everything is making me super cranky. They have a no kids rule at the clinic, you know, because people are going through infertility and it's a bit painful for people with no kids if you've got your happy little family there and this morning it was baby central.

    Plus I realised I've been forgetting to use the alcohol swabs with my injections. Even forgot to wash my hands this morning. And everyone at work wants me to get things done for them I feel like telling them all to F off.

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    @cheekyhumour thanks hun and I'm probably not going to ice it either. just jab straight in lol, I should be fine with the needles as my gonal f would be like a warm up to the orgalutran jabs

    @ScubaGal thanks hun, I think mines is a little more as I have to pay for hospital/anaesthetist fees as I don't have private health.

    @Ree888 glad follies are growing nicely hun

    @Soques awesome fert. rates hun, I'm sure your gonna get some nice frosties. 7 is my fav number. may I ask what protocol you did for your cycle? I'm doing an antagonist stim cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    Gosh I'm so not coping today. Everything is making me super cranky. They have a no kids rule at the clinic, you know, because people are going through infertility and it's a bit painful for people with no kids if you've got your happy little family there and this morning it was baby central.

    Plus I realised I've been forgetting to use the alcohol swabs with my injections. Even forgot to wash my hands this morning. And everyone at work wants me to get things done for them I feel like telling them all to F off.
    @ScubaGal think we posted at the same time. I know how you feel hun, it was the same at my clinic the other day. I don't know whether to look at it as a positive as to say my clinic is getting results or to be super envious. I think my feelings were a mixture of both. Hope your day gets better at work hun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    Gosh I'm so not coping today. Everything is making me super cranky. They have a no kids rule at the clinic, you know, because people are going through infertility and it's a bit painful for people with no kids if you've got your happy little family there and this morning it was baby central.

    Plus I realised I've been forgetting to use the alcohol swabs with my injections. Even forgot to wash my hands this morning. And everyone at work wants me to get things done for them I feel like telling them all to F off.
    Yeah, that happened a few times at the clinic I was going through. Kids running around etc. I had a lovely nurse do my bloods, thin as a rail and one day I realised she was preggers with this cute little bump. Makes you feel awful for being cranky instead of just happy for them....but come on, a fertility nurse with a preggers belly! Every woman that saw her must have felt sad about it.

    Don't beat yourself up too much (easier said than done I know). You haven't got an infection or anything from not using the swabs so no harm done. It's funny how we take these things out on ourselves when we least need it. When I left my meds out of the fridge overnight it stressed me out for days, I was so annoyed with myself and then made other mistakes because I was stressed...its a vicious cycle. The last cycle I was tearful nearly everyday I think, not like me at all. Its a horrible stressful time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babygirl7 View Post
    @cheekyhumour thanks hun and I'm probably not going to ice it either. just jab straight in lol, I should be fine with the needles as my gonal f would be like a warm up to the orgalutran jabs

    @ScubaGal thanks hun, I think mines is a little more as I have to pay for hospital/anaesthetist fees as I don't have private health.

    @Ree888 glad follies are growing nicely hun

    @Soques awesome fert. rates hun, I'm sure your gonna get some nice frosties. 7 is my fav number. may I ask what protocol you did for your cycle? I'm doing an antagonist stim cycle.
    Hey Babygirl...

    Day two elvorona 150 (sp) it's a single shot of FSH that lasts for 7 days... Quite nice and fn usually gives it to you as you are there to pick up rest of injections. Day 5 start orlangtran, then BT and ultra sound day 7... Usually then a top up of FSH with Puregon 300 for the next few days.. Stimmed until day day 13 and triggered with overadel (sp?) day 13 and epu on day 15 of cycle.

    But for the last three months my FS has had me on - melatonin (at night), Dhea, inositol powder and coq10

    Also requested the high calcium medium that Genea has...

    Also did acupuncture for this round as well... And DH is on Arimidex for testosterone and sperm production

    So have no idea what had helped or if we were just lucky this time around.... But from going from no eggs, to 4 eggs collected but no fertilisation to 7 eggs and 100% fertilisation ... I am not complaining

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    Gosh I'm so not coping today. Everything is making me super cranky. They have a no kids rule at the clinic, you know, because people are going through infertility and it's a bit painful for people with no kids if you've got your happy little family there and this morning it was baby central.

    Plus I realised I've been forgetting to use the alcohol swabs with my injections. Even forgot to wash my hands this morning. And everyone at work wants me to get things done for them I feel like telling them all to F off.
    I never use the alcohol wipes or wash my hands... So I wouldn't worry about that one two much...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ducky01 View Post
    Do you actually get to see a doctor during your cycle?? Is that normal for everyone else? I only get phone calls about what to do next in terms of more scans etc from the nurses- no info on follicle numbers or measurements or blood results unless I ask (which I only did once.)
    Maybe I do need to investigate other clinics. It will be interesting to see if I get a follow up phone call from my specialist about this cycle being a flop or if it has to wait til the end of August for my review appointment and I'm in the dark til then.
    Congrats to those that got great numbers yesterday- very well deserved. Everything crossed for all our fertilization results today.
    Yes last time I did it it was the same. Go in for a checkup with FS During the stimming process, he has a look at how many follies then we book a date for EPU. Last time he didn't increase the FSH, this time he just wants to be certain it's going to go well I think.


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    2013 - another laparotomy - lost right ovary and tube to a 15cm endometrioma
    2014 - beginning IVF again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soques View Post
    Hey @Ducky01 when I go into for BT and scans... The nurses do the job and they are the ones to call me. But the scan is done in a way that I can see on the monitor and the scanning ladies tell me how many and how big... When FN calls they don't give BT number unless you ask, and I really don't want to know as they wouldn't make any sense to me anyway... But I have had my FS call when she wasn't happy or wanted to talk me through some things...

    And like this morning...

    FS called me before the nurses to tell me my fertility results... She was sooooo excited that she wanted to talk to me personally... I have gotten 7 out of 7 fertilised... So will defiantly be going in to see her on Saturday as along as they all keep growing properly...

    I am excited I might have some frosties... Will know more when fn calls... But tears of joy happened here...
    So happy for you Soques!! That is an amazing result!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Soques View Post
    Hey Babygirl...

    Day two elvorona 150 (sp) it's a single shot of FSH that lasts for 7 days... Quite nice and fn usually gives it to you as you are there to pick up rest of injections. Day 5 start orlangtran, then BT and ultra sound day 7... Usually then a top up of FSH with Puregon 300 for the next few days.. Stimmed until day day 13 and triggered with overadel (sp?) day 13 and epu on day 15 of cycle.

    But for the last three months my FS has had me on - melatonin (at night), Dhea, inositol powder and coq10

    Also requested the high calcium medium that Genea has...

    Also did acupuncture for this round as well... And DH is on Arimidex for testosterone and sperm production

    So have no idea what had helped or if we were just lucky this time around.... But from going from no eggs, to 4 eggs collected but no fertilisation to 7 eggs and 100% fertilisation ... I am not complaining
    @Soques have you used the genea medium before? I have noticed a marked improvement with fert rates since they improved it. We've gone from around 60% (4 cycles two years ago) to over 80% (the last 3 cycles this year). And a lot of immature eggs have matured overnight which we didn't get before.

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    @ScubaGal - try not to worry - my clinic just said make sure area is dry - tummy doesn't really get dirty unless you're waking around in your underwear all day! Sounds like you're having a tough day. Chin up, stay positive and stop beating yourself up girl - it doesn't help at all. Give yourself a bit of a break - have a nice bath tonight with a glass of wine while you can - it'll feel amazing!


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    2013 - another laparotomy - lost right ovary and tube to a 15cm endometrioma
    2014 - beginning IVF again...

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