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    @Bongley - last time round I had a lot of nausea from the progesterone - to the point where I'd be very close to vomiting. I hate how it makes you feel and plays with your head.


    2009 - 2010 - diagnosed with severe endo - 2 x laps, 1 x laparotomy to remove endo.
    2011 - IVF - 1st cycle - chemical pregnancy, FET - BFN, 2nd FET - BFN
    2013 - another laparotomy - lost right ovary and tube to a 15cm endometrioma
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    August - FET BFN

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    Ahhhhhh

    Just went to the toilet 2 times and both times I have had browny on the toilet paper.. the 2nd time it took 3 wipes before there was no more

    I'm really scared because this CD26 is normally when I start spotting on a 28 day cycle but because they held off EPU until the 22nd Sep my cycle will be 33 days

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeb8303 View Post
    Ahhhhhh

    Just went to the toilet 2 times and both times I have had browny on the toilet paper.. the 2nd time it took 3 wipes before there was no more

    I'm really scared because this CD26 is normally when I start spotting on a 28 day cycle but because they held off EPU until the 22nd Sep my cycle will be 33 days
    Sorry @JeB8308 how many days DPO or post transfer are you again?

    I called the unit about my nausea and squits (TMI sorry!) and they're a bit concerned it might be OHSS so lots of water and no exercise for me. See what my BT results say this arvo. My belly feels fine so I think my hormones are just getting knocked about.

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    @Bongley

    I'm 9dpo - EPU was 22/9 and 4dp5dt

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeb8303 View Post
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    I'm 9dpo - EPU was 22/9
    seems very early for your period. Could be implantation.

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    @Bongley

    Yeah probably right time but I guess I'm scared my leutal phase is too short and it is my period starting...

    Trying to calm my nerves...

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    @JeB8308 the only time I had implantation spotting I think it was 3dp5dt , I got period cramping then very light bleeding and a weird kind of tugging feeling bit hard to explain. I got a light bfp a few days later but it was a chem.

    Hopefully the progesterone should keep af away.

    good luck!

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    @jaybu84 welcome over hun and good luck for BT

    @jeb8303 glad you had a goodnight sleep hun, fingers crossed for BT on Saturday

    @Bongley hang in there hun, you've got a strong embie onboard.


    AFM: feeling so upset. Had my CD8 scan and BT this morning. My follie sizes seem all over the place and well the FN tells me that I have hydrosalpinx as you can clearly see my left tube end is filled with fluid on the ultrasound!! I shouldn't have dr googled it but I've read it can reduce my pregnancy chances and also affect my embryo???? I'm so stressed out now... Has anyone heard of this? I've never been told before I had this?

    Here are my cd8 follie sizes:
    Right - 8, 9, 11, 14, 18, 20
    Left - 13, 13, 14, 16, 21
    Endo lining: 9.6mm

    I'm afraid by my next scan on Saturday they may be too big or I may lose some?? and the fn said they will call this arvo with results and further plan. Going to be a long anxious day for me.

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    @babygirl7 hang in there, hope the nurses can give you some answers this afternoon. Your follie sizes look promising, I know they are across a range but hopefully they can get a nice batch of eggs from that lot. Sorry I don't know anything about hydrosalpinx.

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    @babygirl7 - thanks 😊 hydrosalpinx, the only thing I know is that it can be a block in your Fallopian tubes, at the beginning of my journey I had a "hsg" scan and they basically pushed dye through the tubes to check the flow. I'm not sure what affect that has though - IVF has worked for women with tied tubes hasn't it? Im sure I read that somewhere. Maybe it will just mean an adjustment of hormones?

    @Bongley - I hope it isn't OHSS! At least hormones can be adjusted a little easier than the evil that can be OHSS from what I've heard!

    @KayzB - you're right, we do get to know our bodies better through this experience. I've honestly learnt things on this first round that I had no idea about. Good practice for kids maybe.. All these "learn as you go" moments. 😊 it is great to have a forward plan as Bongley (? Sorry I'm in mobile and can't check back on the comment from here haha) mentioned.

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