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    Hi Ladies, Just dropping in to say hi. still in the 2ww . Nothing new to report. Sticking with Dr Ms simple protocol - prednisone is making me very short tempered though!! Poor hubby LOL Went with him to his kidney specialist yesterday and she said being snappy is a very common effect of the drug and often her patients spouses beg her to take them of it LOL.

    Hugs to you all. Cheers B.

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    Advise Please: I am 11dp3dt and had a pregnal 1500u booster on Sunday night. Do you think the booster HCG will have left now, do you think a POAS test would be accurate? Clinic said to POAS & BT booked on Monday.

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    Hi boysie I think it would be out by now, others could let you know more! Good luck!!!!

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    Yes it should be out by now. Judging from someone who didn't have pregynl but added later on and how her hcg changed, i concluded that pregnyl contribution on BT is very small even after two days only. That's how i concluded my last is also another chemical. I am not sure about HPT as it is either positive or negative. But 5 days should be out the system....

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    Boysie.... for me Pregnyl is still in my system at 4.5 days and 5.5 days - on the morning of day 6.5 after last Pregnyl it is gone. Others have it leave earlier, but I don't know test until 6.5days, because to see that faint line was torture!!

    Confirmed I am going to do an IUI (for the sake of it!!). I know... crazy... but wanted to leave no stone unturned, so will have Intrallipids tomorrow. Anyone joining me?

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    Bertie, I would join you if I have a donor! Unfortunately, as it stands, the dream of doing a cycle before the year end is vanishing quickly. I've time off over the christmas, it would have been easier so i don't have to take more time off. Sigh......the wait is killing me.

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    Bertie I'm having intralipids today. Will look out for you. I'll be the one looking like death warmed up - morning sickness has well & truly arrived.

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    Good luck for BT Boysie FX for great news.

    Enjoy your Intralipid Legwarmer and Bertie. A day of laying around watching tv sounds good.

    Congratulations to Nidhulaine on the birth of your baby girl. Your happy ending gives me so much hope.

    A big big hello to everyone else

    I have bit the bullet and are starting a cycle on Sunday. I am so darn nervous, if I waited would have to do the scratch etc under a general. As he couldn't get the thing through my cervix. Plus it would cost more.
    So Yep on this rotten roller coaster again, if I get to transfer for Xmas. I'm going to pretend Im pregnant no matter what.
    I just keep feeling well yes I should be pregnant with my daughter!!!!!!

    So let the DEX madness begin. A huge thank you I have managed to get a month supply by hunting around or I have a script for pred instead.
    So thanks for the heads up.

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    Hi all,
    I'm one of the original posters on this thread but haven't posted in a long time.
    Congrats to those who have recently gotten their bfps and had their bubs. Big hugs to those still battling it out.
    My dr m miracle girl is now 17mth old and I'm excited to report she will be a big sister in feb as I am 30wks with #2 (again being treated by the miracle doc!).
    I know when you're on this journey it can be hard to stay hopeful and positive. But I went from being told I might never have children less than 2.5 yrs ago (because before dr m no one could figure out what why I could not get/stay pregnant) to be an (almost) mum of 2! I still pinch myself every day!
    Wishing you all the best, especially over the Christmas season, which I know can be a terribly hard time when ttc. Xxx

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    Biggest congrats to you @Nidhulaine! Woohoo! So happy to hear you're all safe and well. Hope you're enjoying all those newborn snuggles.
    @MGC Bertie, best of luck for the IUI. Are you doing neupogen again with it?
    @Legwarmer and MGC Bertie, hope the intralipids went well. Hope you managed ok with the morning sickness Legwarmer.
    @francesthecat, you're an amazingly strong, determined woman for jumping back on to the, as you termed it, rotten roller coaster. I hope it's the only cycle you have to do, all goes super well and you have a bfp in time for Xmas. Will be thinking of you. It's rotten at times like Xmas when you can't stop thinking about what you've lost so I really really hope you have some good news.
    @Boysiewantsabub, super best of luck for your BT. Fingers and toes crossed.
    @PreciousHeart, you must be starting all your meds soon. Good luck for the cycle. A million good wishes for the lucky last.
    @bbhope, I hope you have a Xmas surprise and find a donor. Don't lose hope.
    @Bella978, thank you for sharing your story. It is very helpful to hear positive stories. Wishing you all the best for the rest of your pregnancy and the new adventure ahead.

    Hi to all I've missed. Hope you're all doing well.

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