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    Quote Originally Posted by Precious40 View Post
    thats ok xx. I didn't get on my iPad till late. Very tired

    I'm not really sure how I feel to be honest. I go up and down. I felt awesome when I woke up yesterday.

    The nurse asked me how I'm going. Feeling any pain? I don't know to be honest... I get a twinge here and there. But nothing that lasts longer than a few minutes.
    Once a day a slight brown wipe. But I'm drinking heaps of water and peeing heaps too

    I get my hopes up then they go down again. I really wish I FELT pregnant systems... Other than sore boobs. I have nothing. But then I'm not sure what I should be feeling.

    My brain is in over load atm.

    Its good to be at work and very busy. I guess that's a plus

    Hugs hon It's a rough path you've been made to walk.

    I hope you're taking someone with you to your scan? DH or a close friend/family member?

    No matter what the outcome is, it's always a good idea to have support for these things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Precious40 View Post
    thats ok xx. I didn't get on my iPad till late. Very tired

    I'm not really sure how I feel to be honest. I go up and down. I felt awesome when I woke up yesterday.

    The nurse asked me how I'm going. Feeling any pain? I don't know to be honest... I get a twinge here and there. But nothing that lasts longer than a few minutes.
    Once a day a slight brown wipe. But I'm drinking heaps of water and peeing heaps too

    I get my hopes up then they go down again. I really wish I FELT pregnant systems... Other than sore boobs. I have nothing. But then I'm not sure what I should be feeling.

    My brain is in over load atm.

    Its good to be at work and very busy. I guess that's a plus
    @Precious40 I'm just tired, I don't even have the sore boobs so don't worry about symptoms too much. I'm wondering what you'll be able to see in a scan at that HCG level, sounds too low to see a heartbeat yet? At least you'll be able to know if its in the right place and if there is a yolk sac and fetal pole (I am guessing)

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    @Precious40 - I hope you can have a scan soon. You seem like you're dealing with this limbo really well, much better than most of us would be. At least you are busy at work. I'm having a very slow start to the year and it's not helping my extensive consultations with Dr Google.
    @Maxwellsmum- I would have had to go and sleep somewhere else. Give me a spider or even a mouse any day over a cockroach. I'm not Australian born and had never seen one until I came to Australia. My dislike of them is pathological.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green lady View Post
    @Precious40 - I hope you can have a scan soon. You seem like you're dealing with this limbo really well, much better than most of us would be. At least you are busy at work. I'm having a very slow start to the year and it's not helping my extensive consultations with Dr Google.
    @Maxwellsmum- I would have had to go and sleep somewhere else. Give me a spider or even a mouse any day over a cockroach. I'm not Australian born and had never seen one until I came to Australia. My dislike of them is pathological.
    @greenlady Oh no, not a spider no no no no no! I don't think I'd ever recover from that and would spend the rest of my days a twitching insomniac.

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    I really hope it works out for you Precious and you're just a low-level-at-the-start hcg lady. are you on those meds that mask symptoms perhaps?

    eww cockroach. when I was a kid we were at a picnic in the bush park and a little bug went in my ear when I had a nap. I haven't slept without hair covering my ear since.

    tuxcat, good news for your friend after their ivf journey but yes, it can be hard to hear at first. hugs

    I haven't been answering about the meds questions as I don't know about these. I hope you all get the right doses/timing. I too think the lining is the least of our worries and everyone here's lining will be perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Precious40 View Post
    I believe I'm seven weeks this week.... Which is kinda scaring me abit with the low numbers....

    the cocky. Ewwwwww I woud have freaked out and not gone back to sleep. How do you get rid of them? Was it big and brown? My MIL would have picked it up, spoken nicely to it and then placed it outside. She can't kill anything. She will catch a fly and put it outside......
    Well only the scan will tell you what is going on. Not long to wait now. Stay strong. Stay positive but be prepared for the worst. I really hope it isn't though. You well none of us honestly deserve this after everything we go through to get a BFP. It certainly isn't fair. But then nothing in life is. Like my hubby says some people have to fight the fight of their lives to get what others can have so easily. The only way for us to get a baby is to keep fighting and one day we will all get there (and that goes for all of us on here). Never give up, even at my lowest point back in 2014 when I felt like giving up eventually I got up more determined than ever!!

    It was big and brown if I had a DNA or could PGD it then I swear it was the same one that crawled on me the other week. Looked identical I thought I would have gotten him with the bomb I let off anyway safe to say he is in cocky heaven now after me madly chasing him around my bedroom I finally got him crawling up my curtain. Got hubby to flush him just to be safe. I don't think there is a way to entirely get rid of them I live in a remote area in the bush near the beach so I get all kinds of weird and wonderful friends. Wolf spiders have been found sitting on my pillow, my cat killed a brown snake just before x'mas it was under my car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwellsmum View Post
    Wolf spiders have been found sitting on my pillow
    NO!

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    @Precious40 you are being so strong! I would be going nuts by now!! Don't stress about symptoms, I only had sore bbs & lots of peeing at that stage. Hang in there lovely xx

    DH & I were listening to a radio interview on abc radio national a few months back about ivf. They were generally encouraging women to freeze eggs earlier, because of the decline of egg quality as we age. I'm pretty sure I remember them talking statistics & saying that a women at 38 usually has to go through about 20 eggs to get a pregnancy. The story was really aimed at the ivf industry misleading women about their real chances of having a baby. And aimed at women who found themselves single in their 30s & encouraging to freeze for later use. It was super interesting actually, and there is a podcast if anyone was interested in listening. The story was called "Cold Comfort". They talk to a very interesting ivf researcher named Lord Professor Robert Winston.

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    @Petal40 - I'd like to hear about more IVF research being done into why egg quality declines and what if anything can be done to prevent or slow it down.

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    saw this article the other week:

    "Women Can Make New Eggs After All, Stem-Cell Study Hints"
    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/n...uction-science

    perhaps one day in the future 'old eggs' won't be as much of a problem

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