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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesardust View Post
    Only pregnyl boosters. Had one day before transfer and one tomorrow and that's it. Seems wrong. I haven't made a mistake have I?????
    I've never done a FET, but I thought you didn't need progesterone (unless you have lining issues?). You only need it with fresh because all the stim drugs bugger up your body's natural responses - e.g. to produce progesterone? I thought that is why PBS doesn't cover Crinone etc for FETs... So much uncertainty.

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    @Gagingi it sort if depends if you are doing natural or medicated on my medicated fet i need it as the progynova shuts off your bodys natural cycle so you dont ovulate etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagingi View Post
    I've never done a FET, but I thought you didn't need progesterone (unless you have lining issues?). You only need it with fresh because all the stim drugs bugger up your body's natural responses - e.g. to produce progesterone? I thought that is why PBS doesn't cover Crinone etc for FETs... So much uncertainty.
    I think you do need it for a FET if it was a suppressed cycle (you don't ovulate), as it's the corpus luteum that produces the progesterone. Or that's what my OB told me, my progesterone took ages to kick in. But I'm sure they know what they're doing, and would have you on it if you needed it x

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    Try not stress @Caesardust, I only had pregnyl and got my BFP. They just told me to use up the box and then stop, i didn't have many left. I think they check your levels when you get your blood tests done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petal40 View Post
    I think you do need it for a FET if it was a suppressed cycle (you don't ovulate), as it's the corpus luteum that produces the progesterone. Or that's what my OB told me, my progesterone took ages to kick in. But I'm sure they know what they're doing, and would have you on it if you needed it x
    That makes sense now. My other 2 fet were fully medicated however this one I was stimulated slightly and was triggered to ovulate. I'm still taking progynova and oestradot and apparently my progesterone levels were quite high in the past.

    Thanks ladies. I panicked a little then and questioned my memory of the nurse telling me I don't need progesterone this time x

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    Absolutely and utterly DON'T stress @Caesardust. I'm sure your FS knows what he/she is doing!! And I'm sure you've done absolutely nothing wrong at all. I'm really really sorry I asked about progesterone support. Please forgive me. SORRY!!!

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    @Tahli don't worry at all. I honestly feel like this cycle I've taken so much that I'm questioning myself constantly. I'm surprised I remember to do anything else on top of ivf tbh. I must admit most things have gone out the window like makeup, hair, hair removal and shopping.

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    I'd offer to do all of those things for you right now @Caesardust as part of my grovelling apology!!

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    I'd offer to do all of those things for you right now @Caesardust as part of my grovelling apology!!
    Haha @Tahli no way. Treat yoself to that!! I'm actually enjoying not giving a f@@k at the moment. If this cycle fails I'll be going flat stick on a makeover though. I might even have regular s&x with my very patient and understanding dp. 😳😳

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    @Gagingi Yep that's what's happened with my 10-12y/o furry boy, the IMD is linked to the Lymphoma. It's cost $3k all up for the testing. I guess one way to look at it is that at least I know about it now rather than in 5 yrs time when it's more advanced. I also couldn't imagine not having had him by my side during the whole 'journey'. I'm sorry you're going through all of this too. I hope you don't hear the 'L' word for quite some time.

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