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    thanks @Skyler. I am going to ask about those meds. Dont want to be sick again.
    @Bongley thats great, yes 5 is the number this month!

    AFM, officially started my last run. Had my Elonva this morning, BT and scan on Sat. If i am counting correctly, my EPU should be Easter?!

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    Wow, lots of action happening this month - I am hoping we are in for a truckload of BFP's!

    I am still here, lurking in the shadows and cheering everyone on. I am off pretty much all meds this month except the few supplements and hormone ones that are for improving egg quality, and I feel so much better. I've done no charting or tracking of my cycle at all this month and I was away from CD6 to CD14, so no daily DTD like normal :-( But my gorgeous DH drove to see me for a booty call on CD10 & CD13 so I figure we probably got in with the right timing if I did happen to ovulate and there is an eggy there this month. I think I had some fertile CM, not sure, and can't remember!

    So pretty much a natural cycle for me this month - not expecting to get a BFP, I think I'd fall on the floor in shock if I did! I'll probably start POAS about the 30th March which would be 9dpo and the earliest I've ever had a faint line, and if I do get a faint positive, then I'll whack straight into all the meds, Clexane, higher doses of prednisone, progesterone, anti-inflammatories etc. So I feel justified in my POAS addiction this month as I need to know as early as possible so I can get on the miscarriage prevention program if I did happen to get a BFP.

    I think there will be a few of us testing around that time. Bring on that truckload of BFP's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler View Post
    What about you Winsor? How close are you to transfer?
    not sure yet. another test tomorrow. I'm estimating around sunday 29th tbc

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    4dp5dt. Feeling nothing, not even tired. Just got to get through to Monday or Tuesday night to test as I want hubby there to comfort me if it fails. My beta is on Wednesday, what night should I test and does it matter what brand of HPT I try?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luckyme1 View Post
    4dp5dt. Feeling nothing, not even tired. Just got to get through to Monday or Tuesday night to test as I want hubby there to comfort me if it fails. My beta is on Wednesday, what night should I test and does it matter what brand of HPT I try?
    FRER for sure. They advertise that they can pick up as low as 25 but I reckon they pick up closer to 7 hcg. And you should get a clear second line on them by 6dp5dt, so Friday. Good luck, it's so stressful around this stage, feeling for you.

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    Great numbers Bongley xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler View Post
    FRER for sure. They advertise that they can pick up as low as 25 but I reckon they pick up closer to 7 hcg. And you should get a clear second line on them by 6dp5dt, so Friday. Good luck, it's so stressful around this stage, feeling for you.
    Yeah FRER, there is very little ambiguity with those tests. I have internet cheapies and always get evap lines grr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler View Post
    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?
    @Skyler My FS is Anthony Marren at RPA. I was at Genea for 3 rounds then saw him, had a laparoscopy, endo removed and some other stuff done, different meds and got UTD. So I am a bit biased and do think the sun shines out of his butt lol but frankly he was working with all the info gathered from the Genea rounds of IVF. I like his bedside manner, just kind of jolly and cheerful which means I'm less likely to blubber when I see him.
    I saw Elle Dezarnauds at Genea and she was lovely too.

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    Hey Bongley, good to hear that A.M has a lovely bedside manner. If this FET doesn't work I'll be having a second opinion with M. Bowman and A.M always fills in for him when he can't make it to a procedure. God knows how I would make it to Sydney (live in Newcastle) for procedures but anyhow, cross that bridge when/if I come to it. Hoping for a great fert report tomorrow.

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    Congrats Bongley! Awesome job.

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