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    Thanks for the welcome ladies!
    @Sally girl good luck with ur first cycle and hopefully your only one needed! Puregon is the drug that makes ur follies grow, 150 was my starting dose too, it's based what they think u'll need to get about 10-15 eggs. Orgalutran stops ur follies popping before epu. I think they r hedging bets by doing 1/2 icsi
    @Ree888 thanks for the welcome, I think growing to blasty stage is more important for mfi issues as after day 3 is when the sperm DNA starts contributing to embryo development. I did 3 et with 2day embies and got donuts and then first et with blasty got me a bfp, we have mfi issues. Good luck for ur et on Friday fx
    @babygirl7 oh of course af is late when u actually want it!! Hope it comes soon for u
    @ladybug14 it could b a little early still, give it another 2 days. So easy for me to say that but I will b poas early too.
    @canuck28 awesome numbers!! Bet u can't wait for the first ultrasound!

    Girls transferring tomorrow good luck!!

    Hugs and baby dust to all xx

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    @ScubaGal thanks for the tips hun
    @shell'80 prune juice works for me hun, good luck for transfer tomorrow hun
    @ladybug14 oh hun, those evil lil sticks, I'm hoping still too early. Hang in there hun
    @canuck28 great to hear BT levels have risen nicely, hope scan comes quickly for you hun
    @Soques welcome home hun and hope the 6 days go fast for you hun

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    Any tips for egg retrieval tomorrow? Will I bleed and need pads? Will I be able to get the train home if I take it nice and easy or better in a cab?

    Anyone ( @Soques ) know what the 'wear closed flat shoes' instruction is all about? I was going to wear my snuggly new ugg boots because it's so cold in the city ...

    All tips appreciated

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    ScubaGal definitely take pads! The ones they give you are the size of single bed sheets and have no stick so you risk losing them walking out the door! It's hard to know if you'll bleed. My first I had a little spotting, second blood ********* down my legs and third, nothing! So better to be prepared. Again you may or may not be sore. I've ranged from hardly being able to walk (only once) to only a little tenderness. You will be groggy from GA so probably best to get a taxi.

    I'd wear your post comfortable clothes/shoes!

    Best of luck. Fingers and toes are crossed for you.

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    Most comfortable not post comfortable!

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    Good luck @ScubaGal hope EPU goes well. I general don't have much bleeding a little spotting at most. General ok to walk a short distance but wouldn't have been up to a train. I felt pretty groggy and vulnerable after the pick up.

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    Thanks @ladybug14 & @Bellavista

    Pads, sand shoes and the train it is.
    It will be interesting to see if I can handle it with the Local Anaesthetic.

    My FS prefers local so you can be part of the process and have less recovery time but they have an anaesthetist there on standby ready to know you out if you need it...

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    Good luck @ScubaGal!!

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    Good luck @ScubaGal


    DH 33 me 34, 3 fur babies. 4x ivf/icsi cycles already. First didnt make it to et, second x1 embryo didnt want to stick around, third x2 embryos bfn, fourth (went organic for 3 months) hysteroscopy and laparoscopy and day 21 scratching x5 blastocysts x1 transferred bfn x4 frosties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    Any tips for egg retrieval tomorrow? Will I bleed and need pads? Will I be able to get the train home if I take it nice and easy or better in a cab?

    Anyone ( @Soques ) know what the 'wear closed flat shoes' instruction is all about? I was going to wear my snuggly new ugg boots because it's so cold in the city ...

    All tips appreciated
    Wear comfortable clothes, nothing to tight. Would take a panty liner as there maybe some spotting... Closed two shoes because they want you to leave your shoes on incase you step on something, when your walking. So be prepared to look funny in your gown and shoes

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