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    Maybe it's too early Leyshoja.


    We were told 10 oocytes were retrieved, 1 mature one was injected on Friday 21/8 and 5 were grown out overnight and injected on Saturday 22/8. Two were put back on Tues 25/8, the mature one that was injected on 21/8 and the best one from the 22/8 group. The remaining 4 were allowed to stay in the Embryoscope overnight and 2 were frozen the following day. I did ask the Dr if we should wait another day and get to a 5dt for the 'oldest' one but he wanted to transfer on the Tues. so is that technically a 4dt, or do you count the day they are injected as day1?


    I wasn't really thinking about it at all while we were away, but now it's 10dpt (-1 for time difference) and I feel nothing, no pains at all. My boobs are a little tender and are bigger, but that's probably more the progesterone than anything. At 10dpt, there should be some faint line on the POAS or at least some 'growing pains' shouldn't there? I've never been lucky enough to be pregnant, so I'm running a bit 'blind'. I was soooo hoping that we would be one of the lucky couples that CFC could work their first-time magic on.


    Feel a bit down about it all, never mind, we will wait another couple of days for our official blood tests before we enact Plan B. We are one of the lucky couples to at least have an FET option. Onwards and upwards ...

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    Jennski, welcome home. I've been waiting patiently for you to be back on the forum to see how you were going. Hopefully they are just late implanters? Like you said, don't count yourself out until you see the blood test. I've got my fingers crossed for you xxxx.

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    Jennski don't give up hope yet, I only got my first positive on a stick at 10dp5dt and that was on the $20 battery ones, the normal ones were still giving me BFN!! My first bloods were only 43 too but I'm sitting here holding my beautiful bubs. A friend didn't even get a positive home test but still had a BFP on her blood one. Fingers crossed it's just a late implanted!

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    @Jennski I never knew they could wait for the oocytes to mature a bit more before injecting !

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    @Jennski Have you tested again this morning hun? Super good luck! Hopefully it was just too early for when your embie implanted.
    @emski72 I hope your flight over to CT today is as smooth as it can be with your small poppet in tow! Here's to flying home with 2/3 small poppets in tow!! Are you having a single transfer?
    Girls, I had this nagging suspicion I wasn't being told everything about the results of my donor's previous donations. Some of the answers I got were murky & I just couldn't shake a gut feeling something was being 'hidden' from me. Sure enough, I questioned a completely different member of CFC's staff about my donor's results. The first 3 cycles were great (1 x singleton born, 1 x set of ongoing twins, 1 x set of identical ongoing twins). On the 4th cycle 25 eggs retrieved, 12 fertilised, all embryos arrested on day 3. WTF...where was that info when I repeatedly asked?!! I then spent a panic filled day questioning whether to cancel my cycle. I heard from CFC again where they explained that the partners sperm was of very poor quality. I'm not sure how I feel now.
    So this morning my treatment plan arrived. With the 2 legal forms that need witnessing re sperm and egg donation, they say a JP needs to witness them, can that be a member of the police?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Jennski Have you tested again this morning hun? Super good luck! Hopefully it was just too early for when your embie implanted.
    @emski72 I hope your flight over to CT today is as smooth as it can be with your small poppet in tow! Here's to flying home with 2/3 small poppets in tow!! Are you having a single transfer?
    Girls, I had this nagging suspicion I wasn't being told everything about the results of my donor's previous donations. Some of the answers I got were murky & I just couldn't shake a gut feeling something was being 'hidden' from me. Sure enough, I questioned a completely different member of CFC's staff about my donor's results. The first 3 cycles were great (1 x singleton born, 1 x set of ongoing twins, 1 x set of identical ongoing twins). On the 4th cycle 25 eggs retrieved, 12 fertilised, all embryos arrested on day 3. WTF...where was that info when I repeatedly asked?!! I then spent a panic filled day questioning whether to cancel my cycle. I heard from CFC again where they explained that the partners sperm was of very poor quality. I'm not sure how I feel now.
    So this morning my treatment plan arrived. With the 2 legal forms that need witnessing re sperm and egg donation, they say a JP needs to witness them, can that be a member of the police?
    @Tahli that would be concerning to me too, but on the back of all those successes I would agree with them and write it off as a sperm problem. We had to get something signed recently too and I was told by CFC that it just had to be somebody with a stamp and then our JP didn't put a stamp on there anyway and CFC didn't even question it.

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    Jennski good luck for testing today @Tahli yes a police stamp and signature is enough to verify the forms
    re the sperm, that makes sense as day 3 is when embryos will drop off if the sperm has issues - as yours is frozen sperm they would have assessed its quality already as much as they could. At some point in all of this there is one giant leap of faith and I think this is yours xx

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    Actually just checked and she was a commissioner of declarations and just wrote (cdec) and her number beside her signature, so not even a JP

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    Tahli, I agree with Leyshoya, 1st 3 successful and 4th abust. Sperm probably was the issue. Sounds like she may also have been over stimulated so don't expect that number, they'll probably cut it back so you get roughly 13 eggs. I'm sure thats what they did with my egg donor and you don't need to worry about sperm with your young virile choice. 😊

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    I can't believe you are leaving already @emski72 ! Bon voyage !!!

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