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    Quote Originally Posted by akakura View Post
    @mummymaybe - yay for 3/3 fert!! As long as u don't have mfi issues I think 2 day transfers can work. sperm DNA doesn't start contributing to embryo development until day 3 or later so they might look good now but not survive further. Fx for u
    Oh dear, is this the case for all MFI? DH has low motility but everything else is fine. I have mild PCOS which they don't think is the issue.

    I'm a bit worried now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    Oh dear, is this the case for all MFI? DH has low motility but everything else is fine. I have mild PCOS which they don't think is the issue.

    I'm a bit worried now.
    Oh gosh sorry I didn't mean to worry u. Our mfi issues are much worse, zero motility, 99% abnormal, only thing good was the number of sperm but who cares about that when they're all dead!

    I did a lot of research into our particular issue and that was what I found out about embryo development. If your dh's sperm is pretty good apart from motility AND ur FS is happy to do 2 day transfer then trust him but if it doesn't work I'd be asking questions.

    So sorry to worry u.

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    BT due 28th July


    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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    Shell'80-congrats on being PUPO! Hope your 2ww goes quickly and your little bean sticks around.
    ScubaGal-great job! That's awesome. Hope you're recovering well and you get great news in am.
    Mummymaybe-Great fert rate! Congrats. Best of luck for ET tomorrow. You know I actually read a study the other day that long term outcomes (eg intelligence,long term health of kids) of embryos transferred earlier than blastocysts are better.

    Hi to all you other ladies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shell'80 View Post
    BT due 28th July


    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.
    Congrats shell! PUPO!!

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    Hi ladies
    Just a quick question.
    When did you stop taking your DHEA and cq10
    before you starting stimming or just before pick up?
    thanks all
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    Quote Originally Posted by Precious40 View Post
    Hi ladies
    Just a quick question.
    When did you stop taking your DHEA and cq10
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    Hey @Precious40. What's DHEA??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Precious40 View Post
    Hi ladies
    Just a quick question.
    When did you stop taking your DHEA and cq10
    before you starting stimming or just before pick up?
    thanks all
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    ill be joining you in a couple of weeks
    I don't take DHEA but do take CQ10 and have been for probably the last 4 or 5 months but am only about to start my first IVF cycle so I don't know if or when you stop taking it. I have a BT on Monday will ask FS then about the CQ10. Will let you know what he says.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Precious40 View Post
    Hi ladies
    Just a quick question.
    When did you stop taking your DHEA and cq10
    before you starting stimming or just before pick up?
    thanks all
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    ill be joining you in a couple of weeks
    I was told to take it until you get a positive BFP... No harm to anything... For both...

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    @ScubaGal great numbers... Now the waiting game begins

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