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    Canuck - I am so very sorry. There are no words. Take care of yourself.

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    Canuck1, what you're going through is dreadful. Call your Dr and have another blood test to confirm as some sticks can be dodgy.

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    Canuck my thoughts are with you. Definitely vety unfortunate getting campylobacter at that time.

    Give yourself time to heal and rest. It will have taken it out of you. Hugs....

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    SO very sorry to hear Canuck. Please see your OB soon to verify though. Love to you. Xx

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    Canuck I'm so truly sorry, and also agree you should see your doctor ASAP. Take care and sending you big hugs. xx

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    Hi Canuck, like another poster I had to do some Googling to find out what Campylobacter is. I wish you a speedy recovery.

    Now a question for everyone...

    We have been doing an FET with our last frosty before moving to DE. Tonight AF showed up - PT is not due until tomorrow, this is the first time that I haven't even made it to testing day.

    We have been talking about the possibility of DE for quite a while and have even talked about it in counselling. I thought that I was doing well, being able to have rational conversations without getting upset. But I have just had a major meltdown (my husband is FIFO and gets home tomorrow). How did you all cope with this moment?

    Thanks

    sunnygirl.

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    Sunny - I was excited to start with donor eggs. 40+ year old egg experiences were so depressing and I'd just had a miscarriage. We still had one frostie of our own but I just wanted something positive to happen and that was unlikely using my old eggs. I just focussed on the fact that I'd more than likely come home with a baby on board. Even now I don't have any regrets. Edie is the baby I was meant to have. X

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    Sunnygirl04 in my last round of IVF with my own eggs we got a day 3 update on embryo development that wasn't great. It was at that point I knew in my heart that it was done and that I had to start seriously accepting donor eggs for the sake of my husband's and I sanity. I was at work but internally spent to the day grieving the loss of my own children I would never have.
    We did get something to transfer and low and behold it was a BFN. Again at that point in time, I went for a long walk by myself, watched themost amazing sunset I've ever seen and bawled my eyes out. There is nothing wrong with grieving for something you've never had, and I found my second breakdown almost cathartic.
    I woke up the next day and felt ready to face the donor egg journey.
    I still have moments of sadness and I am finding choosing a donor challenging, but I'm also excited by the 60% success rate and how close that brings us to our dream vs the less than 1% chance we had on our own. I also feel grateful and lucky to be born in a day and age where science still give me the opportunity to be a mum where my own body has failed me.
    Be gentle on youself and let yourself grieve xxx.

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    Canuck, so sorry to hear that Hun.
    No words can make you feel better but just know we have all been there and know how tough this whole gig is! You have our support. Big hugs.

    Hope you recover from the illness soon.

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    Sunnygirl it all comes with time and allowing yourself to grieve your latest set back. For me DE was/is the only option so after a second opinion to confirm this and by progressing quickly to move forward down the donor path I was able to make my peace fairly quickly, but everyone's different and needs their own time. Be kind to yourself, sending you big hugs! xx

    AFM - thanks to everyone for your kind wishes and thoughts, I am truly touched by the support here. CFC has suggested I have a hysteroscopy and check there's nothing else going on. Feeling quite annoyed my FS who recommended I go to CFC didn't bother to do this as my GP seemed surprised too saying this is their bread and butter. So now I'm waiting to get back in to see someone there and hopefully won't take too long to get appointment for procedure. Starting to look at donor profiles again, just impossible to put a plan together until I get appointment for hysteroscopy. This girl needs a plan!!!

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