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    Fingers crossed eveclo !

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    Thank you all so much! You all know how I feel, excited in a way but after so many IVF failures previously it is so hard to remain optimistic. Everytime I feel myself getting a little too confident I have to stop myself hehe. 1 day after transfer and already going crazy

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    Subbing. Hi to all the newbies and oldies. Hope all the prego ladies are having uneventful pregnancies. Sorry I don't keep up these days but check in from time to time.
    My DD just turned 2 and DS 5 mths - 3 years ago I was thinking I might never be able to have kids - don't give up, things can change in the blink of an eye. Xox

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    Bella, thanks for dropping in and giving some inspiration to us all. What a great little story.

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    Hi, Girls.

    I had OHSS,and stayed in hospital for 4 days, but the good new is I am pregent. But Dr M told me to stop progesterone support due to OHSS. I am bit worried about my NK now.

    just want to know if anyone had OHSS before,and stopped progesterone support too?

    this is the only implatation I had after 6 Stim cycles, worrying now

    thanks for your inputs

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    Congratulations on your pregnancy. Dr M knows what he's talking about so I'd go with his instruction. Progesterone is more a part of IVF treatment rather than immune treatment, so as long as you are still on that your NK should be ok.

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    LittleDragon - congratulations on your BFP. The stopping of drugs is hard but I agree with Miss Sagi - trust Dr M, he got you this far !

    Good luck .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy69 View Post
    LittleDragon - congratulations on your BFP. The stopping of drugs is hard but I agree with Miss Sagi - trust Dr M, he got you this far !

    Good luck .
    Oh, I didn't realise you had immune issues too. You are following in my footprints

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    i have immune issues, that's why make it hard to stop 2 progesterone per day, and I was told I need Ivig after positive and today it changed to intralipid. Just feel it little bit unsure. I guess I just have to trust Dr M

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    I had an appointment today with dr m regarding my failed fet. He is adding neupogen and dex for this cycle, which I'm happy about since @MGCBertie mentioned that's what worked for her. But now I'm freakinggg outtt. I knew dh and I had a dq alpha match, but didn't even find out until today that it's actually a complete dq match. From what I've read on google (ughh), it's next to hopeless. Is there any point in doing all these immune meds if we're a complete match? Does anyone else here have a match? Help!!!


 

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