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    Hi ladies.. Sorry that I didn't post about my bfn on this thread as I was too shattered and devastated , but the level of support and care each one of you has given me has moved me. Couldn't think of doing it without all of u. Have been crying on and off since morning... I have ad the worst chromosomally abnormal embies sticking to my uterus perfectly fine and these two perfectly normal pgd ones failed to implant.. Without having any implantation related problems .. Lynn checked everything...What an irony..and this is after lynn having me on such a aggressive protocol for implantation just to rule out any small cause just in case.. Will meet her for sure.. But don't know what else is left to try on my embryo quality or implantation. Everything look good good on text book.

    Jem 70 and Nereid . So sorry u r also in the same. Boat.
    kelly 70, Blondeinbrisvegas , scuba girl, Helsbaby and all of you .. Thanks again for your love..

    i had had a question .. If any one has any knowledge about it, can u please guide me through.. We were thinking of surrogacy( we have 2 embryos Which came as inconclusive results in our pgd result, they are still transferable but don't know anything about their genetic make up).. Ow does surrogacy work in Aus ? Seeing these multiple failures, I just don't seem to trust my body any more....
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    @Jem70: Your welcome Luv☺ Wazza also supports the use of Myo Inositol though it's not on his compulsory list. If you wanted to go for broke you could also add Resveratrol, Lycopene @ L Arginine too though I don't know what the doses for those are. Love your plan of action as well😊xo

    @Sue77: Oh Luv..I hope Lynn can give you some answers. I've read of other Ladies here on BH who've also had BFN's from tested embryo's. If any are following along from the sideline's that have experienced this I'm hoping they'll chime in with some answers etc if they can help. There has to be a reason why surely?? xo
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    Thanks so much Blondeinbrisvegas......Are those ladies from this group? Or some other group ? I can't belive it has happened to me 2 times in a row... There seem to Be no answers now as far as I know.. Been in this journey from 2010...

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    @Sue77 I did a lot of research on the stats and they say 40-60% success rate for normal PGD - which sadly means about half still fail. Lovely, you are in shock. Having done PGD I have a partial idea what you are going through. Please don't make any big decisions yet. Give yourself a minute to grieve, be angry and cry.

    There re will be logical steps forward. If surrogacy was your choice it's tough here - its legal but I believe it must be voluntary - only medical expenses reimbursed.

    i wish I could give you a hug. Xo

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    Btw just picked up 5mg melatonin for 6.99 at the supermarket here - for 90 capsules. We are so crazy in Australia!

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    @Sue77: Ladies from other groups Luv but I see @Jem70 has shed some light on possible reasons @ has given some good advice tooxo

    @Jem70: Melatonin at the supermarket?? $hit!! Pls tell me it's not the homeopathic kind? Forgot to say it had to be compounded at a pharmacy that does it as does the DHEA @ you need a script for both here in Aus unless you go online like you did for the DHEA. I know of other BH's who have sourced both from overseas sites. The homeopathic kind isn't strong enough. Am so sorry if you have. If it is..take it back for a refund (pls tell me you kept the receipt?) xo

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    Thanks Blondeinbrisvegas and Jem 70 , can u please tell me if you know which group? May be I could ask them some questions...

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    Thanks for your support, lovelies, especially given so many of you have had such a crappy week as well.
    @Sue77 I'm so sorry you're going through this. Anti-depressants sound like a wise choice, and I hope they give you enough head-space to start making plans for your next steps. But, yes, you do need to give yourself time to grieve, and boy does it help to express it - in whatever way you can - don't think you need to go through any of this alone x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue77 View Post
    Hi ladies.. Sorry that I didn't post about my bfn on this thread as I was too shattered and devastated , but the level of support and care each one of you has given me has moved me. Couldn't think of doing it without all of u. Have been crying on and off since morning... I have ad the worst chromosomally abnormal embies sticking to my uterus perfectly fine and these two perfectly normal pgd ones failed to implant.. Without having any implantation related problems .. Lynn checked everything...What an irony..and this is after lynn having me on such a aggressive protocol for implantation just to rule out any small cause just in case.. Will meet her for sure.. But don't know what else is left to try on my embryo quality or implantation. Everything look good good on text book.

    Jem 70 and Nereid . So sorry u r also in the same. Boat.
    kelly 70, Blondeinbrisvegas , scuba girl, Helsbaby and all of you .. Thanks again for your love..

    i had had a question .. If any one has any knowledge about it, can u please guide me through.. We were thinking of surrogacy( we have 2 embryos Which came as inconclusive results in our pgd result, they are still transferable but don't know anything about their genetic make up).. Ow does surrogacy work in Aus ? Seeing these multiple failures, I just don't seem to trust my body any more....
    I think in Australia the only surrogacy allowed is altruistic surrogacy - ie no money changes hands except to cover medical costs. Because of that there isn't much awareness or many women willing to be surrogates as there are real impacts on the surrogate. I think it's a damn shame we don't have compensated surrogacy allowed here like in the US.

    From what I understand some women "advertise" for a surrogate on forums like this one.

    In one of the recent due groups there is a surrogate - I'll try to find her and I'll tag her in here, she will likely know more.

    In all honesty I think the most reliable way of finding a surrogate would be to approach a close friend or sister who has already had kids...

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    @Jem70 - that will be homeopathic melatonin, not the real stuff. Get M to write you a script for the stuff you get made up at the chemist (I thought she already had you on it?).


 

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