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    @missybear Now, don't go thinking things like that please Luv!!

    You held onto that pregnancy for a while before you sadly lost the bubs, so you obviously were making enough P4 which they would've been able to see from your BT results that your GP etc ordered ok??

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    @missybear I am so sorry lovely, I didn't mean you by any stretch. I very much doubt that a viable, properly sticky bub would be unseated by the stopping of vitex - I think the women in question would have miscarried anyway but looking for something to blame. So sorry lovely, I feel terrible for saying that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelly70 View Post
    @missybear I am so sorry lovely, I didn't mean you by any stretch. I very much doubt that a viable, properly sticky bub would be unseated by the stopping of vitex - I think the women in question would have miscarried anyway but looking for something to blame. So sorry lovely, I feel terrible for saying that.

    All good, just never crossed my mind before and then my heart sank and belly felt sick that I might have triggered it unknowingly. Anyway, trying to work out maximum daily dosage to trigger a cycle correction, looks like I could do 2000mg for a bit, then stop for 5 days and restart at 1000mg again until AF. It is suggested 25 days on 5 days off until a cycle clicks in. What do you think @Kelly70?😊

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    bloody gorgeous

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    Vixjc and Blondeinbrisvegas thank u so much for your advice regarding Dr Nick Lolgatis and Wazza .. I will also be prepared to hear all that in my appointment with them. We took a break this month after our disaster meeting with LB.now she is doing another laproscopy on us next month to tie my one tube that is blocked as she thinks it could release some toxins which could hinder implantation. Has anyone ever heard of this ? I think it's just hit n try now. After the laproscopy we will transfer our 2 frosties and see. Not at all hopeful as they are grade C blastocysts .. Anyways. ... I want to thank u for your support again

    kelly 77 your baby girl is very cute. Enjoy your time xx

    kelly 70 i m following your updates n wish I good luck at every step and so happy that your brother is ok . Take care love xx

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    @missybear - I've not used it before to start AF but that sounds like a plan. Your AF has to come at some point, the vitex should def get you there!

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    @Sue77 I think having that tube tied is a really good idea Luv. I have heard that the fluid that leaks out can be toxic to embryo's and hinder implantation if it happens, so better to err on the side of caution I think Is she going to do an Edometrial Scratch while she's in there?? She might as well as it can't hurt.

    Just because they're C grade doesn't mean they're not good enough to give you a BFP Luv!! They were good enough to freeze, so that's saying something right there Embryo grades aren't the end all or be all of everything ok?? My DD was an "average" grade embryo at transfer. They have to have a benchmark in the labs to adhere to so they can decide things like which embryo's are good enough to freeze or the best to transfer etc, but it's not a reflection of whether or not you'll get a BFP from them ok??

    I'll be that one of them gets you over the line when it comes time to transfer!!! Will you have your appointments with Wazza or Dr L before your next transfer???

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    Sue, I'm having a lap this Sat with gyno and colorectal surgeon to get rid of endo and possibly remove a toxic tube too. It's true, a hydrosalpinx can leak toxic fluid which impedes implantation.
    Wishing you the best.
    Same to all of you ladies.

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    @Skyler Good Luck on Sat Luv!! for a swift recovery too!!

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