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    Anyone out there doing IVF for there third child?

    Do you want to chat about it on here with me?

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    Meeeee!!!! I'm not cycling at the moment as I have just had another failed one but we are saving $$ and planning for May/June.

    Would be be good to chat with you!

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    Hellooo Kit,

    so I'm not the only crazy one out there, going through this roller coaster for a third baby. We're about to do our second FET as our first ended in a miscarriage.

    They're from the same batch as our DS2, so hoping it's a lucky batch.

    IVf is certainly a tricky process with two kids.

    We're you're other two kids Ivf too?

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    Im preg with #3 through ivf. My 1st child wasn't ivf and my second was ivf.

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    I hope I'm like you Pink in a few weeks. How many weeks are you?

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    @Luckyme1, I am 33w+ preg with #3. #1 was natural, #2 was IVF and #3 was a FET from #2's cycle. Best of luck on your journey! It can be difficult juggling other kids at the same time and I have felt the physicality of pregnancy this time really hard (maybe has more to do with being <35! @Kit84 hope the time goes quickly and you can cycle asap.

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    I am currently pregnant with my first, but have always wanted 3 or 4 bubs. Once I found out we had to go through IVF I often wondered if it was insane to want more than 2 given how much effort is required.

    Glad to see I'm in good company, though a few years behind you ladies.

    May I ask how long you waited between 1 & 2, and 2 & (planning) 3??

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    @lileitak, i have 5 yrs between 1&2, and 2 years between 2&3 (so have a 7yo, a 2yo and in 4 weeks will have a newborn) x

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    My kids are 4 and 18 months. Age plays a factor with fertility so I recommend getting into it as quick as possible. Follow doctors advice about gaps.

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    I'm over 40 and feel tired already! I'm very worried about the FET and hoping it will work as it's our last frozen. We will do a stim cycle if this doesn't work. But only one. Not sure if I have any viable eggs left.

    Does anyone here have to do a stim cycle?


 

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