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    Sorry if I should have posted this somewhere else, I just thought you girls might know given Lynn is there!

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    Hi ladies, hope you don't mind me joining you. I've been lurking here for a long time and I feel like I know everyone of you well already
    I just had my first stim cycle with Lynn, it was cancelled due to thin lining. My lining was 5.9mm at CD7 and Lynn put me on Estrogen tablet 600mg a day. But my lining went backwards to 5.1mm before trigger! So we had no option but to cancel the cycle. I was so disappointed. My lining is always around 8mm around ovulation before. Not sure why I had this problem now. I did do the hysteroscopy before this cycle and Lynn removed one small polyp for me, could that be the reason for the thin lining?
    So out of this stim cycle, we have 4 frozen embies. 3 were biopsied and one couldn't be biopsied, but we still chose to freeze it. All 4 embies were grade B embies. Should I be worried? A little disappointed that we don't have any grade A embies as both DH and me are only 32.
    Last question I promise, I tested positive for ureaplasma and had 4 rounds of antibiotics already but still positive. Lynn basically said don't worry about it because other fertility specialists don't even test for it. But I've done my research and obviously it does affect implantation. Have any of you ladies had positive ureaplasma and still managed to have a successful cycle?
    Sorry to bombard you with so many question!

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    Hi Charlie, we are cycle buddies
    I went to see LB this morning and she said she would put me on the patches as well. Based on my research/Dr Google, if your lining doesn't respond to the Estrogen tablets/patches, then it doesn't. I told Lynn that my lining was always at around 8mm before. So she said my body probably just does better in a natural cycle. I did ask her if hysteroscopy could cause thin lining and she said no. She wants me to take a break in September and do a mid cycle scan to check lining, to see if it is better in a natural cycle. We are going on holiday in October. So will hopefully ready to do FET in Nov, if the PGD results come back normal. Who would have thought there are so many hurdles in this whole process!!

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    Hi LB's ladies...a quick question, has LB let any of you do back to back stimulated cycles?

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    Hi Ttc14, I have never seen Lynn but seen other FS before and your first appointment is basically just a casual chat. They will ask about your medical history, how long you have been TTC, etc. Then, normally she will issue few tests (usually blood test, ultrasound and Hysteroscopy for female and sperm test for male). Then, the second appointment to see the result and discuss about the options.

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    Hi Ladies!
    Bit of an odd question.
    Where do you all park when you go to the Epworth?
    My biggest gripe in life is paying for parking...
    Just wondering if any of you know of a sneak free park?
    😜

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzidoogs View Post
    Hi Ladies!
    Bit of an odd question.
    Where do you all park when you go to the Epworth?
    My biggest gripe in life is paying for parking...
    Just wondering if any of you know of a sneak free park?
    😜
    I think there is on Judd Street - right after the nice grocery store. It's not a Toscanos, but similar. Else there is metered parked behind that shop as well. Much cheaper than the hospital.

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    @Cevapa - how are you these days??

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    Hi ladies..its been a while. Back from overseas and ready to start the process of having a transfer done.
    Scheduled in for a scratch on the 1st sept. Then transfer next month.
    Have 1 normal pgd tested embryo so fingers crossed this is the lucky one.

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    Default Lynn Burmeister Monash IVF-feedback wanted please #5

    Quote Originally Posted by suzidoogs View Post
    Hi Ladies!
    Bit of an odd question.
    Where do you all park when you go to the Epworth?
    My biggest gripe in life is paying for parking...
    Just wondering if any of you know of a sneak free park?
    😜
    If it's early morning then Lennox st
    Otherwise Behind Thomas Dux and walk through the alley way or supermarket.
    @lileitak. Im going well just trying to get over this cough/cold.

    Good luck @MND will have my fingers crossed
    Last edited by Cevapa; 20-08-2015 at 19:17.

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