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    Merry Christmas all hope the new year sees you all have success. Loads of baby dust hope to get bach to wfc in the new year☺️

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    Hello fellow WFCers. I have been with WFC for 12 months now and I was just wondering which FS everyone else uses. I have undectable AMH levels so I'm very interested to hear from Chiefsgirl to hear how you got your BFP because we seem to be in the same boat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 82coolbeans View Post
    Hello fellow WFCers. I have been with WFC for 12 months now and I was just wondering which FS everyone else uses. I have undectable AMH levels so I'm very interested to hear from Chiefsgirl to hear how you got your BFP because we seem to be in the same boat!
    Hi there, my Amh was tested at wfc and was low, 2yrs later with the new Amh testing it came back at 14 so decent. I left wfc to go to another clinic that did pgd testing. All my embies came back abnormal so I went to Hawaii for do or eggs and am nearly 25 weeks pregnant.

    I was also diagnosed with immune issues so had that treatment alongside the ivf.

    Good luck with getting your bfp. Have they given you much hope? Who do you see?

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    We were seeing Dr Fong before switching clinics last year.

    Hope everyone had a nice Christmas. x

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    How are you going @mrsjaguar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefsgirl View Post
    How are you going @mrsjaguar?
    Not great, hun. The pregnancy loss continued into December, and finally got baseline levels back on the 10th Dec - but too late to do another FET this year. Typical! So we're stuck waiting until next year now.

    Hope you are doing well!!

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    That's terrible MrsJ. I'm sorry 2015 was such a horrible year for you and DH, you have had such heartache. I'm glad you have G but I know it doesn't ease the pain.

    Here's hoping 2016 is full of joy and happiness for you.

    I'm well, 25 weeks tmw and apart from heartburn and tiredness I'm doing ok😜

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    Congratulations Chiefsgirl, that's awesome. Hawaii is a long way to go but I suppose it was a nice holiday at the same time! We just can't afford to do something like that even though donor eggs are realistically our only option. I did stim cycles with 450mg gonal f every possible cycle this year but I only produced 4 eggs in total for the year. Three fertilised, one single and one double transfer but no BFP. Dr Fong told us that "we are drawing a very long bow", so no, no hope really.

    I just don't know whether to change clinics. I want to have my bloods monitored every day because my hormone levels never seem to be correct and I can't afford to keep wasting the few eggs I have produced just because my hormones levels are incorrect by the time they do the transfer. Has anyone who has switched clinics found that they get monitored more frequently than at WFC?

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    82coolbeans. Yes I get monitored more now as compared to WFC. But I'm now with genea so they are 4+ times the price so there's that to way up. With my stim cycle I had 3-4 blood tests and one scan at WFC. At genea I had about 7/8 blood tests and 4 scans.

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    Who is your specialist at Genea? We may end up there if all these frosties are duds too. :/


 

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