Has anyone had experience with progesterone pesseries? I started them this morning. 200mg. So I popped one in this morning and went to go back to sleep but I had the weirdest feeling come over me. I don't know if it was coincidence or a hormone rush but I went like tingly and felt a bit sick. It didn't last long and I fell back to sleep. Will be interesting if it does it again tonight.
@allkat111 I'm on 3 pessaries a day and was on 7 a day when I got pregnant last time and have never really noticed anything but we all have different reactions to tge drugs, the progynova give me a strange taste in my mouth lol
So as luck has it on Thursday I woke up with a sore throat, i was sure I was going to get a cold but right now it's just really swollen and sore, i thought it was turnibg into a runny nose tonight but right now its clear, i just cant beleive my luck! On a positive note my baby is still in good health, nothing worse than a sick bubba! I can deal with me but can't deal with me and him!
Just wondering if anyone has any helpful advice or tips on natural fet?
My first ivf cycle ended in a successful fresh transfer and 4 frozen embryos. Unfortunately we lost our boy at 16 weeks due to chorioamnionitis in August.
We are having our first natural fet this coming weekend. Hoping for the best.
Hi everyone, I've tried to catch up on everyone's progress, sending out lots of positive thoughts to you all. The thread moves so fast!
After waiting a few weeks we detected an ovulation surge yesterday so I have started the Prednisalone today and we will be doing a FET in the coming week. We will be transferring a day 6 blastocyst so crossing everything we have!
Hope you have all had a lovely weekend x
My transfer is today.
Excited and nervous.
At least we finally made it to transfer!
Sunny my transfer is today too!! Sick with a cold but i will manage
Good luck with everyone having transfers today!!
Wishing you all the very best.
My transfer is on Friday. :0
So nervous/excited. Ohhhh my god.
Pregnant for the first-time?
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