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    ahh, that's a good range then. I was thinking 18-24. I'd be happy with just one good one if it is the golden egg, though more for frosties will be great too to give us more options for this year if it doesn't work out. the others are 15.1 & 16.8 so could be in for a chance.

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    so i was just googling of course.. and yes it says the lead follicle should be 18mm or over to trigger altho of course there are different theories. Go @leyshoja!! Still very early even tonight so a couple more days for those 2 magical lines!

    @Bongley yeah we could have all had a coffee!!! Yes I have to say that RPA are pretty fantastic, at IVFA I was quite surprised to learn that they don't do weekend epu's and there were some mix ups there too. And I hated the u/s process there - its much better at SUFW, much more in depth and I think professional. RPA are really organised and I feel really safe with them and know Im getting really good care. I knew that before but guess I had to see the other side to know for sure. I think it helps that its all in the one place too - somehow that seems to just make things better. I did wonder what I was paying for at the other place - the main benefit I thought was the one on one with the FS at any stage, but even then she only worked there part time. The PGD though cant be done through RPA so just think of that as reason for having to go there. The cost is very significant though I know, for me it wasn't worth the stress of it but I would do it if I knew my chances were as high as the DE thing and it was a necessity. Try not to stress! (remind me of this after epu)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxcat View Post
    so i was just googling of course.. and yes it says the lead follicle should be 18mm or over to trigger altho of course there are different theories. Go @leyshoja!! Still very early even tonight so a couple more days for those 2 magical lines!

    @Bongley yeah we could have all had a coffee!!! Yes I have to say that RPA are pretty fantastic, at IVFA I was quite surprised to learn that they don't do weekend epu's and there were some mix ups there too. And I hated the u/s process there - its much better at SUFW, much more in depth and I think professional. RPA are really organised and I feel really safe with them and know Im getting really good care. I knew that before but guess I had to see the other side to know for sure. I think it helps that its all in the one place too - somehow that seems to just make things better. I did wonder what I was paying for at the other place - the main benefit I thought was the one on one with the FS at any stage, but even then she only worked there part time. The PGD though cant be done through RPA so just think of that as reason for having to go there. The cost is very significant though I know, for me it wasn't worth the stress of it but I would do it if I knew my chances were as high as the DE thing and it was a necessity. Try not to stress! (remind me of this after epu)
    aw thanks @tuxcat I have been doubting my move to genea. I was fine about the costs until we bought our house and now we're panicking about money! Yes, lets hope with DE and PGD we can nail it in one cycle.

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    @leyshoja I got my son's BFP at 12DPO

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    @leyshoja for 2 lines tonight or tomorrow morning!!! Praying like nun who's taken a vow of silence over here for you!! (as if I could ever shut up just quietly!!)


    @Bongley Sorry hear about the fruck around at the Clinic Luv Hopefully now they'll pull their fingers out and be a bit more mindful about what's what!! Glad @tuxcat has helped to ease some of your anxiety as well.

    you nail it on the first transfer too Luv!!!

    @tuxcat Of course you were Googling Luv!!! Yes, general consensus is 18mm's and over but as per usual there's a differing of opinion there and every FS does it their own way

    @winsor Definitely in with a chance with the other 2 follies Luv!!

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    I just called. collection is definitely friday. they're working out times and will call back later. whew

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    @winsor have you heard from them yet? I just tried calling and no one is answering. I haven't heard anything yet

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    I called them around 3:30pm as I hadn't heard from them (sometimes they call me, other times I've had to call them. it seems random. I just call between 3-4 if they haven't already called earlier). the nurse said she'd call back before 5pm as they hadn't worked out the time of the procedure yet. so just waiting for that. she sounded a bit busy.

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    hugs leisylou. IVF takes a big toll mentally and physically. It sounds like you have recognised it is not helping your body and I feel you have made the right decision.

    Cheifsgirl congrats on the excellent fertilisation result and how lovely of your donor thinking of your husband and you. I agree with Bongley to transfer 10 and give octomum a run for her money

    Leyshoja I am sure they are fighting all ready and pushing each other out of the way to implant first.

    beckymae all the best for your transfer

    Winsor and tuxcat your follicle number are sounding good.

    Charlie my FS does first scan on day 9 so I am not sure what the lining should be on day 6. You still have quite a few days so it will get there.

    My lining is ok so will be going ahead with my transfer on Saturday.

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    @Emerald26 Excellent Luv!!😊 FIngers crossed/Babydust this frostie gets you over the line!!!😊

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