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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    So the blood lab have lost half of my results from today. My E2 was 352 so pretty indicative of a mature follicle but they haven't got my LH so I don't know if I am triggering tonight or not.

    With a FET, and when I ovulate on my own anyway, it doesn't matter if my trigger is later than it is meant to me, right?
    Wow they lost your bloods! So annoying!!!!! I've never done a natural FET but it's my understanding that tge trigger will be before you ovulate, hope that answers your question.

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    Oh I know it's before I ovulate I guess I just mean, with an EPU trigger timing is essential, but I'm hoping it's not so much with a FET. I ovulate on my own anyway so I don't even need a trigger, they just do it to be sure it happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Oh I know it's before I ovulate I guess I just mean, with an EPU trigger timing is essential, but I'm hoping it's not so much with a FET. I ovulate on my own anyway so I don't even need a trigger, they just do it to be sure it happened.
    Oh I get you, yeah not important like the EPU trigger is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Oh I know it's before I ovulate I guess I just mean, with an EPU trigger timing is essential, but I'm hoping it's not so much with a FET. I ovulate on my own anyway so I don't even need a trigger, they just do it to be sure it happened.
    Did u hear back from the clinic?

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    They just said they'll call if the results come through otherwise they will call in the morning

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    Help! Just went to the toilet and noticed heaps of really think gluggy white discharge mixed with what I'm guessing is dry blood. I have no burn or itch so in pretty sure it's not infection. I haven't been on the progesterone pessaries since they confirmed my pregnancy last Friday. Do you think this classes as an emergency and I should ring the after hours emergency phone number for my clinic or do you think it can wait till tomorrow. I'm freaking out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    They just said they'll call if the results come through otherwise they will call in the morning
    Oh man that's annoying. I guess it's too late to hear now

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    I had that last weekend pillow head .. My nurse told me old blood is pretty common in the first trimester ... I also totally freaked out .. It stopped the nextday ... Apparantly my cevix was annoyed with me .. I did move my bt forward just to be sure and stop my stressing .. but everything was fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsgunnahappen View Post
    I had that last weekend pillow head .. My nurse told me old blood is pretty common in the first trimester ... I also totally freaked out .. It stopped the nextday ... Apparantly my cevix was annoyed with me .. I did move my bt forward just to be sure and stop my stressing .. but everything was fine
    Oh that makes me feel a million times better! Thanks. Maybe I'll call tomorrow and schedule another bt so I can have piece of mind too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pillowhead View Post
    Help! Just went to the toilet and noticed heaps of really think gluggy white discharge mixed with what I'm guessing is dry blood. I have no burn or itch so in pretty sure it's not infection. I haven't been on the progesterone pessaries since they confirmed my pregnancy last Friday. Do you think this classes as an emergency and I should ring the after hours emergency phone number for my clinic or do you think it can wait till tomorrow. I'm freaking out.
    You will get all sorts of discharge throughout your entire pregnancy it's common and completly normal, bleeding in pregnancy is also normal especially in the first trimester, and fresh red blood is even normal, i had clots with my son and was totally convinced i had miscarried but all was fine, def not an emergency, if you are bleeding bright red blood and cramping i would be concerned but it all sounds totally normal.

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