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    Ally I don't really even have the words to express how sorry I am to hear this. I cannot for the life of me work out why life is so fecking unfair. Sending you so much love and big hugs right now xxxx

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    I don't know what to say, it's just awful news. So sorry for your loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    I'm so sorry @Allymumtobe you have been through more pain than anyone should have to go through. Have you had a chance to talk to your FS yet or a genetic counselor yet? Have you got a plan B in mind at all? (donor eggs or sperm) Reading through some of the donor threads gave me hope when I felt really down during my 4th cycle.

    I'd give you my strength, if I could, to keep on trying.
    No plan b. DH doesn't want to raise a child that isn't his. I'm not sure if a surrogate would work.

    On paper there's no reason for our losses. Obviously angus was sick but I carried him fine so why not these two? The doctors can't see any reason. We Ivf because dh's swimmers aren't good at getting into eggs. I hope if I go back to Ivf baby will be stickier. There's no real difference though because angus was a FET with no progesterone support

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    Default I must be crazy, we're trying again

    So many hugs ally.

    I am so sorry babe.

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    So very sorry to hear of your loss xx

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    Ally I really hope in the testing of the baby can give you some answers to go forward.

    Every person with normal DNA still makes a baby that is not right so to save heartache I would deff be doing PGD to save you putting back embryos that don't stand a chance from the start. From all the reading on the threads only 20 - 30% of people's embys are genetically normal and even those can fail to implant but once implanted normally go through to a live baby. I can't remember if they tested your last mmc?

    You can't keep going through weeks of morning sickness to end up in theatre you are right, please seek a second opinion and find a misscariage guru that can tell what is going on if these babies are all genetically ok.

    I know it's all raw and you are furious at the world xx

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    I really hate that I'm that "at least you aren't that girl" story. Is our luck ever going to change?

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    I really hope your luck changes you deserve it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Allymumtobe View Post
    No plan b. DH doesn't want to raise a child that isn't his. I'm not sure if a surrogate would work.

    On paper there's no reason for our losses. Obviously angus was sick but I carried him fine so why not these two? The doctors can't see any reason. We Ivf because dh's swimmers aren't good at getting into eggs. I hope if I go back to Ivf baby will be stickier. There's no real difference though because angus was a FET with no progesterone support


    With angus was was there any use of steroids? For nkc?

    Im so sorry this time didn't work for you.

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    I am so sorry to hear this Ally. Thinking of you xx


 

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