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    Hubby is away atm on a camp with special needs people for the next five days. I've got my two dogs here who have stuck to me like glue all arvo. They know xx

    I've had a really good cry now. And thinking of plan B. I have an appt with my FS first week of Feb. Might see if I can get in earlier

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    Oh hun to be by yourself without DH tonight must be really difficult, even if you do have your two dogs with you. It sounds like they know you need lots of snuggley tlc.
    Would you consider coming off the progesterone now or will you wait for the next blood test?

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    @Precious40 im so sorry to hear your news. Sending you hugs i hope you give those puppies lots of cuddles and eat loads of yummies.

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    I'm not sure @Tahli. I'm holding out for a miracle I think
    I think I'm just torturing myself more. As long as it doesn't hurt my body too much. My head and heart are already hurting today xx
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    Fair call hun. In the scheme of things it's only an extra few days to wait until the next blood test. Enjoy those furry cuddles. xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Precious40 View Post
    I'm not sure @Tahli. I'm holding out for a miracle I think
    @Precious40, if in your heart you believe that a miracle might occur, stay on the drugs love. It won't hurt you to be on them a few more days until your FS makes a decision regarding viability.




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    Oh, this just breaks my heart. Precious, I wish there was something we could do to take away your pain.

    I'm not sure if you were around when I lost my little one. At 6 weeks I had some brown spotting and an early ultrasound showed an empty sac. Despite being sure of my dates (it was IVF) I was sent home for 3 more weeks until a repeat scan showed that there was still no fetal pole, yolk sac or heartbeat. My HCG, on the other hand, rose steadily until it reached 45,000. It was a cruel trick my body played on me.

    The whole thing just about killed me. This was my first pregnancy at 41 and was so very wanted. I was given a D&C at 8 1/2 weeks, and the lab results showed that my body had started to encapsulate the baby. The Doctor said it would have eventually calcified and my baby would have stayed forever with me. Once the D&C was done, I was able to grieve for what I had lost. So much hope, and the promise of something so beautiful.

    The few days I had before my D&C I cherished. I didn't care that I had been told it was non-viable. I still talked to my baby every day. I told him how much I loved him. I said that I understood that it was just too hard for him to stay, and that Mummy would miss him forever. I was able to slowly say goodbye to my precious baby.

    Precious, I really hope your story is the miracle we have all wished for at one time or other. But if you feel this pregnancy is not meant to be, take some time now to be kind to yourself and cherish the moments you have left. I really wish there was something I could do to ease your pain. My heart breaks for you tonight.


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    @Precious40 I am so sad for you lovely!! I was really hoping for good news for you today. Sorry your DH is away, but dogs always know when their owner needs hugs. Hoping for a miracle for you xx

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    @Charlie74 just to let you know dr told me to go for the intralipids on day 10 but I need to call to arrange it and will find out costs then.

    I don't want to take over tonight because I know it's a tough time for you @Precious40 but to pass on some positive news I feel a lot better after my appt. No alpha match, no Ana, no diabetes etc. I have high nkc and low amh but I'm getting all the treatment for that anyway. He says if this cycle doesn't work it is almost definitely my eggs. So at least now I feel I have a plan b and c. So plan a is this cycle works (doubtful). Then I detox and wait for phi waiting period to end on April 1st and do a laparoscopy and then stims and Pgd testing. If any come back normal and my oven looks ok I'll transfer with the whole immune shebang. If all come back abnormal I'll move onto de in ct mid year. If ct fails by end of the year I'll look at adoption. I don't think I can commit more than 2 years to ivf financially or emotionally. That plan might change depending on loads but at least it's there for me when I lose my shiz when cycles fail. I think some clinics who keep you going without further testing have a lot to answer for.

    All these articles about low success rates, women on welfare forced into the pill and the cost of ivf has me really riled up at the moment. I just don't understand how we can win in this vicious male dominated cycle. Grrrrrr. Lower the cost of Childcare and reduce the cost of ivf and you'll have more women working and more women reproducing. Is it that difficult guys???

    Sorry for the rant ladies. If only we were running the show eh?!

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    I just thought I'd share an interesting DS situation I found myself in today. As I mentioned earlier, I asked to view 4 DS profiles today. The most proven donor stood out. But interestingly, he was 40 y/o when he first donated in 1995 producing 5 children, and then a further 3 children in later years (I think they were single siblings to the 1995 children). So firstly, he must be about 61 now (the same age as my Dad!) and if my child wanted to meet him when they turned 18 then he'd be 80 (if he was still alive). So he has 5 x 21 year old donor children plus 3 x donor sibling teenagers. He also has 2 birth children. Like I said, interesting.
    PS: A very different situation from CT when they're all pretty much Uni students.
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