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    Thank you lovely ladies for your kind words of support means a great deal to me.
    I was seeing a friend a few nights ago, getting my hair fixed up. She has 2 m/c and 3 IVF attempts. They have MFI which makes my DH look almost good. But not ready for donor sperm. I realised I did not much but whine and sook the whole time I saw her.
    Them it dawned on me, she would be so happy to just to have that chance of a baby. Bit of a wake up call. I can't change the past, I still can't forgive myself. One day at at time.

    Wow Berite 28 weeks your a wonder and a true inspiration to us all.

    Missalina I hear you on the stress I've got more counselling booked. I saw a few others, but realised my IVF clinic was the best for support.
    I really hope you get some lovely PGD normal embies from your stimm.
    Waiting is horrible. Thinking of you
    I had to stalk another thread to be sure where you were at. Hope you don't mind me mentioning it here. I'll delete if you do.

    Bhope hope that placenta moves up for you. Thank you for mention the provera as another option for prevention of early labour.

    Thank you Molros

    Dam DEX I can't sleep, as I had nana nap this arvo. Also I've found granita biscuits smeared with Nutella as a tasty pre bed snack. And I wonder why Im getting fatter.
    Pfft worry about that later

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    Thanks Bertie. I've been actually reading through the back threads --congratulations on this hard earned pregnancy!!!

    I really appreciate your feedback. I have been tested for NK cells, and the test to see if my husband and I are too genetically similar (recently, haven't gotten the test results yet. I know that there is a whole battery of tests--such as cytotoxicity, TH1/TH2 etc--that I have not had done. My NK blood tests were a bit elevated, my uterine ones were normal the first two times (though the biopsy sample was small) and then upper end of normal the third time I had it tested. So I don't know. I may do the neupogen and the intralipids next cycle with Dr NL. It's so frustrating to simply try different meds--and in the process waste my precious healthy embryos--in the hope that some combination of meds may finally work. But I guess everyone on this board knows that frustration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francesthecat View Post
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    I was at the DR this weekend, he was questioning my steroids. Telling him yes I look like a hog yes, yes fat.
    Anyways he said these make me much more at risk for GD & Pre-eclampsia. Due to IVF age and DE. Like triple yay !!
    Follow up scan tomorrow nervous, found out I was having twins. But lost one, and had a massive hemorrhagic bleed.
    I thought it was all over. See what tomorrow brings FX


    Yay for 23 weeks Bertie!

    Cheifs that trip to Hawaii sounds amazing. Sending you positive sticky vibes.

    Big hello to Precious & Missalina
    I'm so sorry you lost one of hte twins. That must have been scary and sad. But congratulations on this pregnancy.

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    Just wanting to a say hi. I was checking out your stories to see what options are out there.

    I have a positive ANA for SLE, with raynauds symptoms, but nothing else.

    Have had 2 failed IVF & 1 failed IUI. Now looking to push FS into looking at my ANA as being possible contributor to this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazzy36 View Post
    Just wanting to a say hi. I was checking out your stories to see what options are out there.

    I have a positive ANA for SLE, with raynauds symptoms, but nothing else.

    Have had 2 failed IVF & 1 failed IUI. Now looking to push FS into looking at my ANA as being possible contributor to this.
    I had been looking into auto-immune issue too. I don't have any; or at least I have nothing that can be diagnosed at hte moment. So do you have SLE? If so, are you on plaquenil?

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    Hi there, the only symptom i have is raynauds in my hands and feet. I'm not on any medication to manage it at all.

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    Default High Natural Killer Cells #7

    Frances - how did the scan go. I'm so sorry you had to go through a big bleed and losing one of your precious babies. Hoping like crazy it works out for you.

    Just wanted to add that my son Jesse was born on Monday 6:45pm, weighing 3260 grams (7.2 pounds). He arrived 4 weeks early after my waters broke naturally at 1am on Monday. Was put on a syntocin drip to get labour going as wasn't having regular contractions but it hadn't really progressed 16 hours later, so had a c-section in the end, which was scary at the time but the best thing in hindsight and went smoothly. We're still in the hospital as they want him to gain a bit more weight before he can go, as he's lost 500grams since being in here. We're breast and bottle feeding to get his weight up. My God he is incredible. I can't stop crying today just looking at him - instantly worth all the years of heartache and infertility.

    Just wanted to let you know my news as encouragement to keep going and hold on to your baby dream. Xx
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    @Legwarmer that is amazing news Congradulations!!! I often think how much I'll probly cry when I eventually get my baby so I can't imagine the intense emotions you must be feeling, hope ur resting after ur c section xxx

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    Legwarmer, congratulations thats fantastic news and I love the name. I thought all babies lost weight once they were born, maybe its a myth?

    AFM, Had my second morph scan today and everything looks good. Twin b's spine is now fully calcified so thats a relief. She did say I have a short cervix though "but the door is closed", which apparently is good and as long as I dont do exercise like Zumba classes and as i sit at a desk for work, i should be fine.
    So I have 2 healthy babies growing! Yay

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    @Legwarmer, huge congrats! That's lovely lovely news. A good weight for 4 weeks early too. Best tip I can give for c-sec recovery is to take it super easy as all the pain relief can make you feel better than you are. Get help with lifting bub off you in bed/sofa. Enjoy all those newborn snuggles!
    @Miss Sagi, great news too. Such a relief when they say all is ok.

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