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    Default IVF babies due june 2016

    Hello. I dont know if a thread has already been made. Sorry sorry in advance if it has....

    Natural pregnancy...m/c 10.5wks
    Iui #1 fail
    Iui #2 fail
    Ivf #1 fail
    Fet #1 fail with pgd testing
    Ivf #2 BFP...5w2d first scan in 3w3d
    Transferred 2 top quality embryos
    Due june 10 2016 ☺

    I want to be excited. But im so scared things will go bad...
    Currently only symptoms are tired, but could be from working 10hr days. sometimes crampy, sometimes sore boobies...

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    Hi @sarah1982
    I am so glad I just saw this thread!!!!
    Briefly - my history: chemo induced ovarian failure. 8 embryos frozen prior to complete failure
    Fet 1 July 2014 - bfn
    FET 2 aug 2014 - BFP and then miscarriage at 9 weeks
    FET 3 - August 2015 - bfn
    FET 4 - sept 2015- BFP

    We just had our first beta yesterday and it came back as HCG 35. The nurse said it is a smidge low which doesn't help my nerves!!!!

    I am struggling. I am super excited and happy that we have a BFP. But also terrified of all the bad things. Have a 2nd beta on Wednesday to see how things are progressing. I keep wanting to pee on sticks to just see those 2 lines still there!

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    @woof5105.
    My fingers, toes and eyes are crossed for you that ur next beta rises. Im abit of a pos aholic too. But not since my positive beta. Im not sure what my numbers where. I had it done 2days early coz of work. And they said i could stop taking my progesterone and estrogen meds. And didnt have to have a repeat beta...so i guess mine where quiet normal/high???
    They said i have to ring and book in with my gp/ hospital. But im not sure i want to till i know everything is ok at my scan.???

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarah1982 View Post
    @woof5105.
    My fingers, toes and eyes are crossed for you that ur next beta rises. Im abit of a pos aholic too. But not since my positive beta. Im not sure what my numbers where. I had it done 2days early coz of work. And they said i could stop taking my progesterone and estrogen meds. And didnt have to have a repeat beta...so i guess mine where quiet normal/high???
    They said i have to ring and book in with my gp/ hospital. But im not sure i want to till i know everything is ok at my scan.???
    Thanks @sarah1982
    The clinic I am at does steady beta testing up til the first ultrasound. Last time they did the u/s at 7w2d for me. I know I am going to be a nervous wreck so am looking forward to all the blood tests. Although having them all the time will also mean I am continuously thinking about it. It's not really a win/win situation!

    Strange that they said to stop taking the progesterones etc but your numbers must be pretty high then! Each clinic seems to have their own way of doing things!

    Good luck to you too!!! Everything is also crossed for you 😀 here's to 2 happy healthy babies come midjune!

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    Sarah!!! Hiiii! We cycled together a couple of times earlier in the year. I just wanted to say congrats and I am am sooooo happy to see this!! Eeeeik!! I can't believe u might be having twins!! So exciting. All the best, I will be stalking xx

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    There's a May/June/July thread already going btw

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    Thanks guys...
    Yes @NizxleRizzle i remember you....
    I know twins. ive always wanted twins. But not the extra risks that come with it. Lol....
    I tried looking for the link, but can find it.
    Can you plz post the thread???
    And how have u been going anyway?,

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    Here u go! http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/f...d.php?t=545932

    I'm doing well. I had some luck on my first fet. Also transferred 2 but just the one stuck. Due in April

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    @NizzleRizzle thanks for the link.
    And congrats again. Glad u finally got ur bfp too.
    Keep in touch. Live to hear about ur journey..

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    How u doing Sarah? Have u had ur scan yet? Are u having twinnies? Hope all is well x


 

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