Tittle - Did you get a response from your FS regarding the break through bleeding?
MrsErinR - Thanks for the FET information. DP and I are now starting to talk about when we will head back for bub number 2...CFC have certain criteria before we can head back, but there is no harm in forward planning! Good luck tomorrow....cant wait to hear your results.
Myheart - I would just like to back up what Amethyst posted....complications/issues can arise whether there are twins or a singleton. I also had sore feet and major swelling that was not related to pre-eclampsia, I also delivered early (36 weeks) due to bub being a big baby (donor was over 6 foot) and bub was transverse for the majority of my pregnancy. So my OB classed me as a high risk pregnancy even with a singleton. I originally transferred 2 blasts but obviously only 1 implanted....to be really honest about my emotions at the time...I was really disappointed that 2 didn't implant but was EXTREMELY grateful for the 1. I now take my hat off to anyone that has twins, as it is so hard to deal with 1 let alone 2, however, I am a firm believer that you deal with the hand you are dealt. When I go back for bub number 2, I will still transfer 2 embryos.
Sunflower - CONGRATULATIONS...here's to 2 strong heartbeats tomorrow.
Thembs - CONGRATULATIONS...may your pregnancy be smooth sailing and enjoyable for you.
Amethyst - Forgive me, but I cant remember the date you where in Cape Town in July last year....my brains definitely went in early pregnancy! I was there from 13 - 29 July 2013....I meet up with DJShears and Anait at the same time.
Emski - How are you feeling?
Luca - August will be here before you know it.
Mardi - You are about to embark on one of the most exciting times of your life.
MGC Bertie, Laned, KLM.....Im so sorry to those that I have missed, but I still haven't caught up on the posts from when Jesse was in hospital.
Just a couple of tips for those that are about to go to Cape Town or in the planning. I received these tips from previous donor graduates and very grateful for them:
Tip 1 - Consider purchasing extra Gestone whilst in Cape Town.
A) It is really very cheap there.
B) When you get a positive result, you already have Gestone on hand to take until the recommended 11 weeks.
C) If there is a failed cycle and plan to go back for another, Gestone is already on hand.
Tip 2 - Consider DH/DP freezing sperm at CFC. If you have a failed cycle and plan to go back for another, but finances are an issue, you can save dollars if you needed to go back on your own.