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    Preciousheart... Thank you, Day5 Embie on board! I wanted 2 x transfer but he won't let me!!

    Do you ladies believe there are any point in putting 2 in for us ladies with immune issues?

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    Before I was medicated I fell with twins and lost them both. One survived longer than the other. I have no idea what the outcome would have been if I had been having treatment for my immune issues at that stage.

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    Yay for PUPO @Babychino such great news.

    For me Dr Nick did not want to transfer two embies, I signed the waiver.
    My reasoning is, I've had two failed thaws. They were also good graded as well.
    So if I've got two good embies to transfer I'll take em.
    Also on my last cycle I was told the remaining 3 embryos would be frozen that afternoon. They arrested just as they were to be frozen. Even though I lost my baby girl. I'd rather not have the false hope of those embryos.

    AFM Still no answer of why I went into sudden labour no chromosome issues and no infection has been found. Seeing DR Nick in two weeks hope he has some more information.
    I miss my girl

    Woo hoo Legwarmer on rising beta

    When is transfer Bertie ??

    Hello to Precious and Miss

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    @francesthecat Thank you, I'm keeping my fingers crossed for me and everyone here. I'm very sorry to hear your heart breaking story but I'm sure Nick will have an answer but it seems like whichever treatment he puts you on, worked and got you pregnsnt so there is always hope for next time right!

    Everyone around me says sit idol and do not move but doctors says keep active for blood flow so I'm not sure what is right anymore.
    @francesthecat and @Legwarmer...did you move around and go back to your normal routine or bed rest in your first couple of days?

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    Babychino, yes day of transfers I always used as an excuse to be waited on hand and foot. Or a nice dinner out, something positive.
    Then daily walking, relaxed pace keep positive thoughts going all the way.
    Best wishes for your cycle.

    Yes Dr Nick I hope will have a plan. He already has said a few things will be done differently next time. But still kindly acknowledging our loss and pain at the loss of our daughter.
    I saw my surgeon who is an OB as well as specialist ovarian cancer surgeon who was going assist with my c section. He said as far as OB go, he is very good and told me he did not miss anything. It was just horrible horrible bad luck

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    Congrats on being pupo @Babychino I always rest on day of transfer, I have to travel 2 hours each way to the clinic to get it done so often I'm tired that day anyway. I like to get into bed and watch something that makes me laugh (usually old eps of Seinfeld) and nap and eat a nice healthy dinner. I think this time round I rested for 2 days after.

    I was going for a big walk every morning during my 2ww but have had to stop that the last few days to help with my progesterone absorption - apparently exercise uses it up.

    Well I am laying here with the saline drip waiting for Dr M to administer my 1st IVIG. My progesterone has increased now, it's still not amazing considering the amount of pessaries I am putting up there! But it's now at 46.3 which is better. I'm asking for blood tests over the next few weeks to keep checking levels too. HCG was good today at 2,286. Yay.

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    Thank you ladies!! Oh nooo I've been walking around the house, can't seems to stop eating!..hopefully that won't effect it
    @francesthecat ... I think yours was just bad bad luck and shouldn't happen again. Has Nick said anything about using intralipid or IVIG on you this time? Nurse said he didn't put IVIG in the protocol for me but I've asked her to ask Nick for me so you should see if you can too. He's normally concerns that patients won't be able to afford IVIG unless you tell him that it is ok. Worth a try!
    @Legwarmer 46.3 is good though! I think They only want to see above 35 so you should be fine! Good luck
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    @Babychino I'm sure walking around the house is perfectly fine! And eating. Mmm eating. Just no rushing around, heavy lifting, running a 10k etc Have a lie in tomorrow, lounge around a bit. No big housework chores.

    I must say I feel much more reassured since chatting with Dr M today. He's given me forms to get my progesterone checked weekly & says he will give me the pio injections if neccessary. Whereas my fertility clinic seem reluctant to keep testing me without me really pushing for it and told me you can no longer get the injections in Oz. Pfft.

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    Legwarmer..... that's great news on your progesterone increasing, and also, great hcg number - I'm still so excited for you. I keep thinking it's so weird that I can get excited for other people whom I've never met, but there you go!!

    Frances.... went for another BT this morning, but still not surged, so have to go for yet another one tomorrow morning. That makes 9 BTs (plus an evening having IVIG) in the past 9 days!! Tomorrow will be 10 BTs in 10 days - yah, not!! So if I surge tomorrow, then the FET should be on Friday. That will be d23 of my cycle, which I'm a bit worried won't give much time to implant, with my regular 28 day cycle. But I guess that's what the pregnyl is used for.

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