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    @Chiefsgirl I could hardly take a breath while I was reading your message - I was screaming NO NO NO! in my brain - and then it all worked out and I was so relieved. Geez if I just went through that sitting at my computer I can't imagine what you were going through you poor thing! What a total fruck up - wouldn't you think they would have double checked the numbers before worrying you? Thank goodness it's all looking good. Keep breathing!
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    @leyshoja WTF allright?? Do you think a ph consult with an Reproductive Immunologist like Dr M just to be sure might be worth looking into??

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    @leyshoja WTF allright?? Do you think a ph consult with an Reproductive Immunologist like Dr M just to be sure might be worth looking into??

    I would second this @leyshoja with your eggs, and two different donors not holding I'd be turning over every single stone possible to see what could be going on as it could just all be bad embies, but the co-incedence of all of them being bad seems a bit off to me. I had nothing turn up in any of my tests either, other than MTHFR gene mutations which can affect clotting - but Wazza was throwing the kitchen sink at me anyway.

    So if I did fall pregnant, I was going to be on baby aspirin, Clexane, prednisone, nitrodur patch, trental and feldene an antiinflammatory. Even though I had no real indicators, this was the plan. Unfortunately I haven't fallen pregnant again to test out that theory, but I know if I was you I would be asking about all of those things because if they can't harm you, but might help the embies stick, then just do it.

    My friend also had three miscarriages in a row and her doctor said her tests all came back fine, but she went to see a super dooper Reproductive Immunologist and he wasn't happy and picked up things her FS had missed and she went on to have a bubba next go - but I'm not sure what she took, I think it aspirin but not sure if she did anything else.

    You've got a few weeks up your sleeve to investigate the hell out of this - go for it hon, those embies are waiting for you!

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    Chiefsgirl I'm ecstatic for you.

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    Hang in their Bongley praying for a winner amongst those eggs

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    Thanks everyone so much. I was upset all day. My partner and I had lunch and I got all teary over a crying newborn at the cafe and then we went to see Antman at the cinema. Nothing like a buffed up Paul Rudd to raise my spirits (plus a few gallons of wine and ice cream and popcorn)

    I'm feeling in two minds. We will be totally fine as a family of three, I know this............but a part of me is saying, try one more time. We'll see. Fat ladies haven't sung and all that but I guess I'm just buffering myself in case of failure. I am actually so glad I am not going through fresh transfer and its going to be freeze or bust.

    Thanks for listening gals.

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    glad to hear you managed to have some good stuff today @Bongley. Take care and Im crossing everything for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    @leyshoja WTF allright?? Do you think a ph consult with an Reproductive Immunologist like Dr M just to be sure might be worth looking into??
    BIB I've just sent it all off to SA for their opinion. I will wait till they provide some feedback I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    BIB I've just sent it all off to SA for their opinion. I will wait till they provide some feedback I guess.

    OK Luv...I just worry for you that's all Yes, I'm a "worry wart" anyway at the best of times (partly my Virgoan nature, partly my anxiety "issues") but I'm just concerned that something may be missed or overlooked especially if you're dealing with FS's that don't believe in immune issues (not saying either of yours are non-believers Luv or that you have one..not at all), in which case they would either say there's nothing to worry about or not do any further testing because they don't believe in it or don't know what to test/look for.

    I just thought for peace of mind it might be good to have someone who specialises in that area cast his/her eye on your results and give it the thumbs up so you know without a shadow of a doubt there's nothing there that's going to cause a problem either with implantation or holding a pregnancy.

    Fair enough you want to see what your FS in CT thinks first Luv, I understand
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    Hey ladies. Sorry i haven't had a chance to check in but have been smashed at work and it tends to take me away from BH time. How dare they!

    Going to do the usual long catch up on posts to see what i have missed out on.

    On another note i couldn't help myself tonight and had to POAS. Yes i know i shouldn't but i am quite addicted to it in a love/hate kind of way. Anyway 6dp4dt and BFN. Is this too early? I have had my last 2 BFPs by now. What is the earliest BFP you have had?

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