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    Congratulations Crabby and Canuck... PSS... Not counting you out...FETs can be slower, you're still in with a chance x

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    Thanks Emski, I had no idea! I had quite a lot of cramping on Friday 4dpt, which we never had last time, so have been thinking that's a good sign. I'll stay positive and hope it is just a little slower from having been frozen.

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    Default Egg Donation in South Africa #8

    PSS - for frozen 2-3 days difference still early....everything crossed

    Also make sense your cramping was later think both Canuck and I cramped day of and evening of transfer.

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    Hang in there PinkSS. Few more days... My fingers and toes are crossed for you 😊

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    PPS, you're not out of the running yet. Implantation can be varied. Test again in 2 days.

    When looking for a donor, it was a no if they were glasses (bad eyesight), allergies, mental illness and serious family history like cancer unless it was in the older generations late in life.

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    Congratulations on the second pink lines girls. As my dr always told me, a second pink line is a BFP regardless how light it is. Enjoy watching it get darker over the coming days.
    PSS don't worry at all yet. It is way too early. I'm a POAS addict and I only got my first faint second line 8 days after my fresh 5dt!! And I too have heard that frosties can take longer to implant. Keep trying and I'm sure you will get it soon. Y the way I also had cramping about 4/5 days after transfer.

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    Hats off miss Sagi for the heparin did it in shower room in lounge at jo'burg airport - and the air was blue with my swearing after it! Hope people outside didn't here!

    Sunny girl - like others my family genes are crap so anything was better but I avoided mental illness if possible but is extremely common - depression said to be 1/5 now - so in fact out of list of parents and grand parents statistically someone should have had it - do they mean medically treated? Maybe is was post partum? Lots of variation really? I actually took it in the end has honesty when I saw it written - they weren't hiding something - maybe a better trait??
    My no no's were high bmi as linked to less eggs, smoking (ditto) reasons and then that was it - unless can test genes - cancer is tricky one angelina jolie didn't know about the link until the mid 2000s when her mother died at age 56 ( just check how old the mothers of some of the donors are) - if could would test for the brca1 gene... Also had to have gone/ going to university and enjoy exercise (mine was doing business economics and sports majors!)
    Interestingly mine had allergies to beestings and sulphur - which didn't stop me - just be mindful of it. also same blood group as me with similar build and hair colour to me - as not sure about sharing yet but think will do! So was actually quite picky - someone said previously you never get all you want and you figure it out slowly what's most important and then go with your gut!

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    POAS very dark line today.

    Is a week today since transfer but tonight have had very strong cramps - like a period (which haven't had for over 18 months) - sharp pain in right side which would say was ovarian if didn't know better - and then lots of fresh bleeding - not sure can take this.

    Had bleeding for 4 weeks prior to miscarriage last time at 11 weeks. I remember vividly when it started and knew was the beginning of the end - everything had been measuring small - heart beat did come - but late... And at 43 with own eggs naturally, risk was 50% miscarriage....I didn't know it but was severely depressed after the miscarriage - emotionally all over the place - going through the menopause according to my bloods. It was a hard 6 months - the hardest we have had.

    Wondering what I have done potentially putting me and family through that again.....

    From previous successes any cramps pains and bleeding at one week that ended well???

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    About 80% of us crabby it's very common and being on Heparin will make any bleed seem 1000 times worse. My positive cycle was straight after my miscarriage so I know how you feel. Hang in there, take it one day at a time x

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    Crabby, did you transfer 2 embies? Could be second one implanting. I swear mine implanted on seperate days.

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    Firstly, congratulations Crabby! It sounds like you are well on your way.
    So I was overly optimistic at the faint positive yesterday. Not even a faint one today (7dpt). I spoke with my RE's technician/my sanity check, and she said that 'it is too early, don't POAS.' So thank you Mardicharli for reassuring me that I may still be in this game. PSS, we are both still in this game until proven otherwise.
    Bella, thanks for the reassurance about being sick. I usually don't get that ill, but I figure 35 hours of travelling has got to do something to your body. This morning for breakfast I was able to hold down a peanut butter sandwich and apple juice so things are looking up.
    Thank you all for your support. I am not telling anyone here until after the blood test, so it is nice to have this.

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