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    Good luck @Cooki
    I was getting bfps the whole time as i was on pregnyl.boosters...only after 8dpt did they start getting much darker.

    30 weeks pregnant today ladies. .... the countdown is on.

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    So just poas 9 hours pass day 4 post day 5 transfer ... yep I even count the hours I'm that obsess and crazy.
    So I got my husband to come and double check as i cant trust my eyes no more since ive been poas since 2dp5dt 😅
    We put it under our white bedlamp with our daylight bedroom light on and yep .. it's there the faintest of all faint line!!!

    Still early but we haven't seen that double lines since our Chem preg 3 transfers ago which was over half a year ago 😢

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    There are a few POAS threads... One in IVF somewhere. I'll try to find it.

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    Random q which I forgot to ask Lynn when I saw her...

    Assuming you're transferring 1 embryo, what happens if it doesn't survive the thaw? Do they cancel the cycle, or move on to another if you have one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lileitak View Post
    Random q which I forgot to ask Lynn when I saw her...

    Assuming you're transferring 1 embryo, what happens if it doesn't survive the thaw? Do they cancel the cycle, or move on to another if you have one?
    When I did a frozen transfer last year I was told they defrost another one

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoReady View Post
    When I did a frozen transfer last year I was told they defrost another one
    Assumed so - thx!

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    @lileitak there is also a box you can tick on the consent form to request that they call you if the first one doesn't survive the thaw..

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    Interesting
    I have sent Lynn'e admin team a few emails one with my referral and 2 asking for live birth stats, no reply to my 3 emails. So I sent a fb message to Lynne herself she read it lets see if she replies. Honestly the lack of customer service from these Australian clinics is making it more and more favourable of going o/s. I hear great things about how responsive they are when you need an answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lissimmo View Post
    Interesting
    I have sent Lynn'e admin team a few emails one with my referral and 2 asking for live birth stats, no reply to my 3 emails. So I sent a fb message to Lynne herself she read it lets see if she replies. Honestly the lack of customer service from these Australian clinics is making it more and more favourable of going o/s. I hear great things about how responsive they are when you need an answer.
    This is all available on VARTA for Monash IVF. Not sure Lynn has her own stats as she is part of the larger team and I believe they report together.

    A quick Google would have lead you here.

    https://www.varta.org.au/

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