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    What dpo are you @previous40 and are you on any support drugs that might create false positive?

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    @BlondeinBrisvegas I'm wondering what your AACEP protocol was for your BFP cycle? I think that is what my next cycle is and I'm looking for some positives as IVF-blues have kicked in. DH is still optimistic, but I'm freaking out.

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    @Bongley congrats on your great result !👏

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagingi View Post
    @Green lady were you going to put yourself on Wazza's list? It does take a while for the supplements to kick in (and some take longer than others) - our cycle just after starting supplements was marginally better than the others, so I think that was the stim protocol, then the next was better again and the difference with eggs would appear to be 2-3 months of DHEA etc, combined with Wazza's stim protocol... Co-Q takes 6 months, but I think you've been on it for a while?

    It's also a numbers game - for this cycle for you.
    @Gagingi - was thinking of doing the next best thing and making an appointment with Dr Mooring since Wazzas waiting list is so long - I'd be well and truly 43 before I got to see him. I reckon I've been taking co q 10 in the ubiquinol form for about 5 months ( before that was taking the less active form as didn't realise there was a difference until I cam on this forum).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Precious40 View Post
    @Bongley

    What an awesome number. Woohooo. So excited. You've got your own Big Bang already. Don't need to wait till midnight xxx
    My BT is Tuesday . Nervous much!! You'd think it would get easier after 12 cycles..... Been having AF cramps since transfer. So the total opposite to you my dear xx

    As for NYE ladies we don't do much either. Hard enough staying up till midnight too

    A NY resolution for me.... Smile and laugh more. Don't take life too seriously. I seem to always look worried. Just chill woman
    @Precious40 I did have some mild cramping very early on. Cramping is good

    Yes, I've got two frown lines that would take a bucket of botox to get rid of. Sometimes I go to take a photo and get selfie mode by accident, I look fierce. Double chins and frown line-tastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    The Prednisone can mask MS symptoms too in some women😊
    Def did for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by JulieMalooley View Post
    Def did for me
    @JulieMalooley interesting. Another 5 weeks to go on the stuff. What were your HCG levels with your second beta? Do you remember?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Precious40 View Post
    I did say to hubby I want to.
    He wasn't impressed.

    I either see the two lines or I fall into a great big hole...

    I did get a packet...

    I'll see how the nerves go
    I'm just chicken. A 41 year old chicken

    My NY resolution should be ... Don't be scared.... Lol

    It's a tough decision. I guess it depends on whether you want to be told the results or if you want to be the first to know. The answer will probably be the same if you POAS or if you do a BT. I wanted to know prior to BT because I didn't want to fall apart on the phone to the Nurse.

    She says, as she subtly tries to convince you to POAS!!!

    Just kidding love, do what you're comfortable with.


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    I havent poas for a couple of cycles but then i will now poas but try to hold off for as long as possible. My clinic unfort makes you wait ages like 18dpo or 20dpo so you sort of know if it hasnt worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green lady View Post
    @Gagingi - was thinking of doing the next best thing and making an appointment with Dr Mooring since Wazzas waiting list is so long - I'd be well and truly 43 before I got to see him. I reckon I've been taking co q 10 in the ubiquinol form for about 5 months ( before that was taking the less active form as didn't realise there was a difference until I cam on this forum).
    @Green lady some people are getting in within days with Warren via the cancellation list. The other good thing with Warren and Charlotte is that you can start on your next cycle - as opposed to some FSs where they have a maximum number of patients they'll have cycling at any one time. They've got a big enough setup that they can manage everybody who is right to go and back each other up with holidays etc. Warren starts at 5am most days and I suspect he plans to leave early some days and then if something comes up, he fills the afternoon from his cancellation list - I think that is why there can be such a quick turnaround. He is such a genuine guy - he was beside himself with excitement when one of his couples got pregnant - they were there to see CM as Ob, but he got her in for scan just because he wanted to see the bub. It's lovely to see somebody who cares so much. If I were you I'd put myself on both lists - and then you can cancel those appointments when your upcoming cycle is the one!

    I've only just started on the ubiquinol - I think that was thanks to you!

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