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    Ree888 - Come on embies keeping going you are doing so well, I agree with BecT hun in regards not paying too much attention to the quality. From my last IVF cycle I had three embies which were frozen, two of top quality and one of a poorer quality and it was only the poorer quality one that stook around giving me a bfp (unfortunately it didn't last). Stay positive hun.

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    Hi lovelies,

    I am doing okay, we have had 3 of our 5 fertilise so fingers crossed one - or more- will still be good for monday.

    Am a bit hesitant to get too fixed on any particular outcome, as there aren't so many.
    Also in our last round (which was our first) we had 8 eggs, 8 fert & 1 okay quality frozen & 1 excellent Blasty transferred, which didn't frikken work!

    What i'm trying to say (in a very long-winded way) is that each cycle is different so don't be downhearted @Ree888. Big hugs, you are riding this rollercoaster like a champ.

    @Keiko2012 - think i will come up with a nickname too. It'll be a deadline i can keep, lol.

    @beej79 & @MrsChino - gentle hugs for you. It would be tough to face that hurdle. Not to minimise it in any way, but as soon as those eggies are snuggling in they are well and truly you/yours. Imo :-)

    Baby dust all round, this is long and i'm posting on a mobile. Eeeeks!

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    Ok girls I am after some advice, I have an appointment booked in with wazza at the end of this month and after my 3 failed FET's this year we were ready to move on. However after my last failed FET in July I started to have my doubts about moving due to the travel from the coast (which will be hard to organise with my DD) and the connection I had with my current clinic and FS, also September seemed so far away and I thought I could get a cycle in before then. Now we are in September and my clinic has encouraged this break with me seeing the naturopath and I am supposed to be developing my overall health. I have started to question if we should see Wazza and see what he has to say, he may have some answers that nobody else has considered (DH keeps thinking the other way though, what if he has the same answers and we have travelled all that way and upset our current clinic in the process). It will mean us asking our current clinic for our records so they will obviously know we are going elsewhere, but maybe its about time we stop worrying about other people, we have been at this game for too long now (2 and a half years) and its costing us too much money. What do you all think - opinions please!

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    Mamamell - I can understand you be cautious about an outcome hun, I was like that second time around too, its so nerve racking isn't it but 3 is good hun, hoping they stay around and are all viable and yes you are right hun each cycle is different.

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    @Heyside If I were you I’d keep the Wazza appointment and see what he has to say. I know it’s hard when you feel so loyal to your current FS and clinic, but at the end of the day there is too much at stake to worry about stepping on anyone’s toes. The clinics are used to forwarding results – people get second opinions literally all the time so it wouldn’t be a big deal or upset them in any way. Keep in mind you also don’t need to make any big decisions until after you’ve seen Wazza – you may well decide to stick with your current FS after all! But at least you’ll know you have explored every option and won’t be left with any 'what ifs'. Wazza appointments are so hard to get too – if you cancelled it and then changed your mind down the track you’d have to wait a long time again to get back in. I know it’s easier said than done, but if I were you I’d go for it and have the appointment, and then decide what to do from there based on that.

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    Thanks @Heyside.
    I agree with @MrsChino, also, isn't Wazza scaling back to 3 days s week next year? Not sure if that might mean a longer wait to get back in?
    Also, you and Hubs are the drivers here. Your feelings are the most important!
    Xx

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    thanks ladies. There's just so much anxiety in this process. Sorry to be such a downer.

    Quote Originally Posted by Heyside View Post
    Ok girls I am after some advice, I have an appointment booked in with wazza at the end of this month and after my 3 failed FET's this year we were ready to move on. However after my last failed FET in July I started to have my doubts about moving due to the travel from the coast (which will be hard to organise with my DD) and the connection I had with my current clinic and FS, also September seemed so far away and I thought I could get a cycle in before then. Now we are in September and my clinic has encouraged this break with me seeing the naturopath and I am supposed to be developing my overall health. I have started to question if we should see Wazza and see what he has to say, he may have some answers that nobody else has considered (DH keeps thinking the other way though, what if he has the same answers and we have travelled all that way and upset our current clinic in the process). It will mean us asking our current clinic for our records so they will obviously know we are going elsewhere, but maybe its about time we stop worrying about other people, we have been at this game for too long now (2 and a half years) and its costing us too much money. What do you all think - opinions please!
    Heyside - I really really recommend you keep your Wazza appt. I have no regrets now, but understand how you feel as I was nervous and felt bad for asking my Drs rooms to send all my records over. I felt I should be loyal to him, but now when I look back I'm annoyed I didn't change sooner. He didn't do anything wrong as such but was quite conservative in his approach. Didn't change much, only did things after I pushed him to. From my first appt with Wazza, I felt really positive and I know that he is throwing EVERYTHING at this cycle. I've had a hysteroscopy, lipoidol flush, intralipids, I'm on pred, aspirin, clexane (standard treatment for natural killer cells) and crazy amount of progesterone - all because he really wants to give this our best shot. When he suggested I take 6mths on Zoladex I was disappointed as I was ready for a cycle then, but took on his advice and if this doesn't work out, I know I've given it my all and maybe it was just the wrong embryo. He really doesn't cost a whole lot more either, in fact I think he's a bit cheaper than my old FS. If it wasn't for all of the supplements, this cycle prob would have worked out cheaper. Sending hugs and encouragement your way - remember this is your body, your money, your life, and you need to do what is best for you. Sending hugs your way!

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    @MamaMell - 3 out of 5 isn't too bad a result at all. I hope they grow well for you between now and transfer on Monday. I have everything crossed for you and am sending hugs your way. It's such a tough journey isn't it?? So many expectations even though you try to not have them. Keep busy and try to relax and take it easy in the meantime. How are you feeling after EPU? Today is the first day this week I'm starting to feel a bit more normal and less crampy.

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    @Ree888 - thanks hey. I don't think any sorries are needed though. It is a tough road to travel. Besides, who better to reassure than us also trudging along it?

    Feeling okay after EPU, a bit tired and bloated, as per normal, but otherwise fine. Looking forward to seeing a movie then dinner with my lovely ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heyside View Post
    StillHopeful - Thats great news hun those symptoms are what you want to see continuing too x

    Keiko - So frustrating especially when people just putting it all down to our bodies just being different/awkward, I seem to get that response a lot to.
    Hey side 😂😂😂😂 lol so true, it's the goibg line from FS "your bodies just different and we'll work out eventually" thanks Doc like I have an 18yr olds womb and a bottomless pit of money 😋

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