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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Thanks @JulieMalooley re the intralipids timing advice. I'm so grateful my body decided to have a mood swing for the better yesterday so I could get my act together & book an intralipids session for next Tue. The day before that I thought I might actually kill some-one with a look or words alone!! I'm blaming it on the evil Synarel!!! I think the only thing I'm not taking from your protocol now is the Fish Oil and larger dose of Pred.
    @Tahli I'm only supposed to be on 10 of pred but I'm on 12.5 because I'm breaking a 25 in half. Yep that will be the synarel...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JulieMalooley View Post
    Yep I certainly would ������, although one of my others was at 14dpo. By 12 dpo the excitement and suspense certainly starts to wane.
    My close friend got a squinter BFP at 15DPO (from a hatching blast), the day of her BT. The nurses thought the levels were too low and didn't instruct to carry on with her progesterone support (!!??). She retested a few days later. It had gone from a squinter to a dark line by then, (can't remember the numbers) The nurses panicked and told her to get on the progesterone asap but she'd started bleeding by then. Wish I'd been on the ball enough to tell her to get more meds, now we'll never know if it was just the usual chemical or the lack of prog support.

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    Sorry ladies this thread is moving fast. I just spoke to nurse and apparently they still do pre med etc and get dh to do his thing so that if they find anything they go for it. If they dont find anything via scan cause i have ovulated then they cancel. MORE WAITING. Nurses are lovely here though. This is the most supported ive ever felt. Between you ladies and my clinic fx.

    On the upside if i get cancelled today i can go straight into back to back cycles.

    WHY CANT OUR BODIES JUST DO IT RIGHT. GRRRR.

    I will update hopefully with epu count in 3 hrs fx. Oh please let this be ok.

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    GOOD LUCK @Infinity.

    Everything crossed here for you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    My close friend got a squinter BFP at 15DPO (from a hatching blast), the day of her BT. The nurses thought the levels were too low and didn't instruct to carry on with her progesterone support (!!??). She retested a few days later. It had gone from a squinter to a dark line by then, (can't remember the numbers) The nurses panicked and told her to get on the progesterone asap but she'd started bleeding by then. Wish I'd been on the ball enough to tell her to get more meds, now we'll never know if it was just the usual chemical or the lack of prog support.

    That is so sad for your friend. Certainly NOT your fault, but the Nurses should have known better.

    It's a good reminder for us all to stick to the plan though, even if things don't look like they're going right. You just never know, do you.....


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    Yep @infinity888 Everything's crossed here for you too. xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    BFN today gals. Think this ones a bust. I had a cry at work yesterday and came home early.
    so sorry to hear @Bongley
    I hope you're ok. hugs

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    Hi all - at my appointment this morning I had about 18 follies - pretty even with 9 on each side. They were various sizes - 2 x 7 mm and the rest between 9 and 14 ( I only had the one at 14 with a couple of 13, 12, 11, 10 and 9). My FS was pretty happy with this on day 7 of stimms - appears to be about the same as I was last cycle. Still on track to trigger next Wed night with egg pick up fri morning.

    Havent got blood test done yet.

    Not sure if its good or bad as I am worried will be the same as last time - lots of eggs but all crap quality. My aim is hopefully to get less eggs but some better quality. Anyway I guess it's better than no follies and a cancelled cycle!

    Next scan and blood test Tues.

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    Wow @Green lady we all want quality and qty and at least you know for sure you've nailed at least one of those - well done ovaries 😃

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    Holy canoli, @Green lady, that's an AMAZING result! Well done you!

    Now they are all beaut quality, ready and raring to go for you.


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