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    @winsor i haven't felt ovulation yet but my back is injured at the moment so i put my back ache down to that but it could of been ovulation as well i guess. my tummy last night still felt bloated and stretchy. Post trigger bzoozies are fuller as expected and tummy bloated this am. The symptoms are conflicting. Everything feels fine except bt.

    I read that orgalutron can lower oestrogen and some times if smaller follies die off it can cause a dip as well but i think im just clutching at something anything. I will be a wreck by tomorrow. At least im not worried about epu with only gas now. Lol

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    well, it sounds like the follicles are still nice & juicy with a bunch of grapes in your tummy. can you go to a movie or do some painting or something today to take your mind off it? (I should stop asking questions now)

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    @JulieMalooley I'm so sorry you are feeling stressed at this time when you should be so happy.

    As you know we were facing the same possibility, but lost our second one. I too was stressing about $$, feeding, time off work etc. but one thing I have learnt over the years us that, everything truly does work out in the end, and sometimes all it takes is releasing the problem to the universe and the answers will one back. It sounds airy fairy I know, but I used to stress over everything all the time, and somehow it all worked out in the end.

    The other ladies have offered great advice about second hand stuff, public hospital is great, with twins that's where you want to be really as a private hospital would just transfer you anyway. And def contact centre link as I think there is xtra support for multiple births. Also on the pregnant thread there are some ladies there with twins who I'm sure would share advice and things they have learnt.

    I know it's scary, but try and enjoy this time too. You have gone through so much to get pregnant, it'll be a shame for you to spend your whole pregnancy stressing. Not to mention it's not good for bubbas!

    We are all here for you xxx

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    Hi everyone!

    Sorry I have not been around of late, I decided to take a bit of a break from forums but I am back now. I shall read through and see what everyone has been up to. I am hoping there's been some BFp's??

    We went in for EPU yesterday for what will be our last cycle. I had 7 follies on FRI and some were small so I thought maybe 3-4 good eggs at the most. Imagine my surprise when the scientist said we got NINE! A couple are on the smaller side but she is going to try and fertilise at least 7. I shall let you know how we go...

    Only thing I did different was 75mg of DHEA a day which I think really helped with quality...

    Ok, see ya later on guys, hope everyone is well!

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    @winsor ask away. Im going to physio for my back today and taking puppy for a Haircut and bath. That will distract me for a while.

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    hi @Beckmae welcome back

    Wow, great haul! Good luck with fert results, let us know how you go.

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    Hi Ladies,

    I think I might jump in here as I am not really sure where I belong.

    My story is that we have been trying to have our first child for a few years. In that time I have had 5 miscarriages. Testing has been done on 3 of the 5 and of those, 2 tested normal. I'm not really sure where to go from here. My medical diagnosis is gee, you sure have had bad luck.

    We are looking in to IVF to see if that can help. I turned 40 this year and don't know how/if I would be able to fall pregnant naturally again. We are looking at genetic testing as well, however we are unsure if the money is worth it. Two of my miscarriages would have screened ok yet I still lost them. I have had a lot of blood tests, laparoscopy and an endo biopsy done. I am speaking to a doctor in Sydney next week who is meant to specialise in immune issues. I have read the book "Is your body baby friendly", but I didn't exactly get excited reading it thinking, yes this is me. I just thought, no not me. Anyway I have emailed up all my blood test results and will see what he says next week.

    Sorry for a long winded post about nothing, just thought I would say hello and may be joining you on your ivf journeys in the next few months.

    Juliemalloley, congratulations on your pregnancy. I am a twin. It was a shock to my parents as they decided to try for one last bub and got two. They managed and so will you.

    Infinity888 I am not sure of the process but I hope everything is on track for you at your egg collection tomorrow.

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    Hi @beckymae, and welcome! Wow, you have had some fantastic results getting 9 eggs out, congrats to you! the fertilisation process goes equally as well for you.

    I presume you are having a fresh transfer with any remaining embies being frozen? Good luck love, and please keep us posted

    Blossom

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    Hi @calypso75

    I am so sorry to hear of your losses. It is such a terribly difficult thing to go through, and especially when there are simply no indicators as to why it was so.

    You have certainly come to the right place love. Everyone here is super supportive. And hopefully your FS will be able to put you on the right path to bringing home your much longed for bub.

    Blossom.

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    Hi @beckymae and welcome back!!!

    That's an excellent result Luv!! for good fertilisation Hoping and praying your golden egg is in there and you get accross the line this time!!!

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