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    Thanks Emski. I'm thinking of doing the same. did do a test yesterday just before my last pregnyl shot so I have a bench mark. Out if interest did you find it leaves your system around 4 or 5 days?

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    Hoping - I'm with Emski and Miss Sagi - Id be more inclined to think it was implantation than you being 'out'.
    They 'say' implantation happens about 2-4 days after tx so brown blood a week after tx would be about right.
    If your concerned by all means add the extra progesterone (u r right u can't have too much) but just remember that Crinone and pessaries can irritate the cervix which can also give some mild spotting..

    Sending lots of sticky vibes to PSS, Canuck and Crabby. Hope your all resting up well and letting those embies snuggle in x

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    Thanks Blinky. Feeling a bit less freaked out. Ultimately I know what will be will be, but it doesn't really help me in the heat of the moment.

    Went back to work today but DH is pushing for me to take tomorrow off which I will probably do. At least I will be able to face him if it doesn't work.

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    Default Egg Donation in South Africa #8

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    It sounds so much like implantation bleeding and esp as brown can take days to come 'out' as cervix is well a truly closed!
    I am always amazed by how long implantation takes after fertilisation as well - something like the embryo is having a ball or behaving like goldilocks - no not that part of the uterus I am going over here - nope floating over here...๐Ÿ˜ƒ

    You can't over do progesterone - maybe take a supp and have a lie down if you can?

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    Didn't know about the cervix irritation bit - the dose of gestone is so high am sure your prog levels are good! I think is a positive sign the timing of that brown 'discharge'!
    Last edited by crabby; 30-03-2015 at 20:09.

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    Also if you had a FET they can be slower to get going/implant x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoping4best View Post
    Thanks Blinky. Feeling a bit less freaked out. Ultimately I know what will be will be, but it doesn't really help me in the heat of the moment.

    Went back to work today but DH is pushing for me to take tomorrow off which I will probably do. At least I will be able to face him if it doesn't work.
    I'd be inclined to take the day off and bedrest. For me I have always gone with the theory of doing only what I know I wont regret later..

    What dose pregnyl did you take?

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    Yes take the day off - feet up!

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    Hi all
    Got asked if wanted to go at 10:30 for transfer instead of 2:30 - so said yes as was already stressing - so sitting in cafe nood waiting to meet Canuck and pss for lunch and wondering what to eat - all very surreal.....
    While lying on couch started to make the mental list of what I wished had known before coming - which will post later for all those lurkers (like I was!) out there

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    PSS, Crabby and Canuck: Good luck today! Hope all goes well.

    Hoping4Best and Devaki: Thinking of you both and have everything crossed for you.

    Hi to everyone else.

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