Congratulations @MissTilly that's great news !!!! Happy dance !!!!
Thanks for the awesome news @MissTilly and @Danymatthew. Amazing! I am so happy that you ladies are tracking along so well.
Just wondering - at which point does care at Primary stop? BFP?
Do you then go to your own Gyn-Ob / GP for preg care?
@clucky14 and @tjuls - I am also meeting Dr George early March. Figured I will save the $120 and go through a fresh cycle - am going to spend the $120 on my acu sessions (x2!). I am quite liking them - makes me feel like I am doing something while waiting (and I guess it decreases the impatience because I feel I am gaining something in the meantime). I am hoping my AF cycle will be on track and not go haywire next month after the meds and all.
Cycle buddy @LillyM - have you booked in to see FS yet? Just wondering whether all of us will see her in the same week?
@Kookii - how are you feeling? can't wait to get updates from you. do you plan to poas - when?
Thanks @VickyP !! hope you'll have a quick start!! After the positive BT I went to Primary for a dating scan at 7 weeks, which was followed by a final consultation with Dr George for some referrals to GP and results handover.
That's where the care stopped for me.
Ladies can someone please tell me is 20 follicles in one ovary good or bad? Or probably sounds like a silly question I've tried google for answers but it hasnt really said much.
Based on my experience - good and bad.
Good = good chance of having a decent number of eggs
Bad = high chance of ohss.
20 follies in one ovary is high and a sign of pcos, and possibly ohss after EPU. If that continues, they should prescribe Puregon accordingly and depending on how the in-between scans go, might have to get new meds (some nasal thing I remember, which I didn't get prescribed) and possibly adjustment for a different trigger.
I had 21 and 22 follies in each of my ovaries, and I ended up with ohss. It felt so bad, not just physically, but the fact that I couldn't have my fresh transfer straightaway was a real bummer.
I would say, have a good discussion with the FS about chance of ohss and ask how they will help reduce the chance of ohss and see if they can give you a trigger that reduces it - think it's called Lupron or something like that.
Hope this helps.
Also how long did you have to wait to do a transfer
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