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    Hi there MaxKat, for EPU, my FS gives me iv fentanyl and midazolam so I am out of it but not anaesthetised. Much better for me than a GA.

    Fudge, definitely ring your nurses for a day 3 update! They'll be able to tell how many there are and how many cells they have. If nurses don't know, then you can ask to speak to the embryologist. Interesting tip from your FS, that's encouraging.


    AFM, cup of tea, then down to the clinic for a blood test, cd13.

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    @FudgeO9 The lab should send your FS a daily report of your embies (if they check them everyday, I know some labs don't between Day 4 and Day 5)

    If not, as @Skyler has said, just ask to speak to the Embryologist Just wondering why a Day 4 transfer?? Are they closed on Day 5?? they're doing their thing in the dish Luv!!!

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    Ninikrit..... welcome (unfortunately) to our group. You'll find lots of support and great advice here that will get you through anything!! Have you been trying for a long time?

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    Hi and welcome @Ninikrit. You joined on a good month - we have lots of positive things happening and expecting several BFP's this month so hopefully you are one of them
    Good luck with EPU @Bongley!
    And @Fudge09 - WOW. You must be so super-excited !! To actually have options is a wonderful bonus too ! Lots of embie transfers coming up this week woohoo ! I have a good feeling...

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    just a numbers game - that's good to keep in mind Fudge. will you try PGD on these?
    welcome Ninikrit, sounds like you're cycling with some (most) of us too

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    Hi everyone, the EPU went well. I got 5 initially and then the embryologist came out and told me they'd found another 3. He seems to think there are some immatures in there so we'll see tomorrow but I'm pretty happy with that. I had my FS perform the EPU for only the second time (in 6 epu at RPA), so I hope that's a good sign. I have absolutely no pain at all and no bleeding, love that guy.

    welcome @Ninikrit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    Hi everyone, the EPU went well. I got 5 initially and then the embryologist came out and told me they'd found another 3. He seems to think there are some immatures in there so we'll see tomorrow but I'm pretty happy with that. I had my FS perform the EPU for only the second time (in 6 epu at RPA), so I hope that's a good sign. I have absolutely no pain at all and no bleeding, love that guy.

    welcome @Ninikrit
    Wow thats great news @Bongley !! Fingers crossed for some hatchlings in that lot

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    great numbers Bongley! congrats

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    Congratulations Bongley! The number 5 seems to be coming up a lot around here (I know you actually got 8 in the end). BTW who is your FS?

    AFM, oestrogen in the 400's so at least there's some movement. Still a couple of days away from the LH surge.

    What about you Winsor? How close are you to transfer?

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    @Bongley Way to go Luv!! that they all fertilise. Some of the immature one's could mature up in the lab too Luv, so you never know!!

    @Skyler Getting there Luv, slowly but surely for your surge

    @Ninikrit Hello and Welcome too. I make cameo appearances on the thread myself. Good Luck Luv with stimming. Hope you get some lovely eggs at EPU.
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