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    Yes, you are not alone @Lbaines101! Haha. We used to make faces at each other when she came out and called our names while we were waiting in the foyer area, like "uh oh.. here it comes..."

    My advice about appts would be to try to book them in asap because early morning slots can be difficult to get, so if you know when you are "safe" to see the GP / FS, call and make an appt ahead. BTs typically take 3 days to get the results to them (once you are on stim cycle, everything is stamped "urgent"), so you can kind of plan from there.

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    @tjuls, i am FLABBERGASTED!

    you are such a scientist at your core! I have no freak'g idea what you just said there (told you I was hopeless at scientific information) but i trust that it's good, so YAYYYYYYYY for you.

    I say - no trigger - WINNING!!!!

    So you are going to get an ANZAC baby! Double win I say!

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    LMAO.. @VickyP!! I'm sorry I got carried away with the details..haha.. I'm just soo excited about my hormones balancing out when all this time ( being told by docs) that my hormones are fine..

    Fingers xd for an Anzac baby!!

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    Other people might find it useful @tjuls, so don't stop. Did I mention I failed biology in high school? Sounds like Martian language to me (and it's probably just me.) Now you know why I never asked about BT results. I will have to decipher through your excitement that it is FABULOUS NEWS so

    Now I can't wait for Monday to come (plus it's a holiday to boot)!

    PS: we are coming to 97 pages!

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    Lol.. Biology was my fav subject in high school..haha.. I love my science
    Hey I wish I could be more like u hun.. I want to not know but my OCD kicks in and before I know it.. I'm on the phone asking about my results.. Haha
    I have Laverty on speed dial LOL

    Jesus crikey 97 pages already?!!!! :0
    This thread is moving fast..

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    97 pages going on 98 = lovely ladies lending support to each other all the time.

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    Thanks for the support ladies

    I had a call from the clinic I had been referred to regarding my current pregnancy, they said they don't feel good about doing a d&c and would rather have me on some medication to make me miscarry naturally (as if the whole process was not hard enough)

    thats ok tho.. I am strong... I will push on and be positive (yikes!)

    infertility is a tough gig huh ladies?

    Lucky i I have a very supportive husband and you guys are fantastic!! It's nice to feel like I'm not alone in this

    xo
    @tjuls you're finding that vitex is helping? I must try that too!!

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    I've never had a MC @MrsSingh so I can't begin to imagine what u're going through right now. :hug: However, I know most FS choose to have their patients miscarry naturally rather than a D&c. Although it takes longer to heal than a d&c, the endometrium heals alot better and less chance of scar tissue.
    I think ur FS is doing what is best for u and keeping in mind ur fertility. Its just so frustrating to wait before starting again. Do u know how many cycles u have to wait before starting again at Primary?

    I didn't think Vitex would work, let alone worked so well. Billie2 mentioned it to me, which triggered a vague memory of it being taught in a lecture on naturopathy in ivf at uni. So i googled and googled ..haha..I would recommend it for balancing out hormones.

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    GULP! @MrsSingh... Sending you lots of hugs... I wished I could give you real ones and not virtual ones...

    Is that a good idea? When I had my mmc at 7.5 weeks, the doc recommended a d&c immediately. He said if I waited for a natural miscarriage, there might be too much blood. Is it safe? Do you have another GynOb that that you seek a second opinion from? Did the clinic say why they "didn't feel good"?

    You ARE a very VERY strong woman. AMAZINGLY STRONG. You are my role model for sure... We are here for you...

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    @tjuls thanks for the info, that does make sense to make it happen naturally. Not too sure how many cycles I would need to wait. 2 at a minimum I would imagine
    @VickyP aww thanks for the love! Both the specialists I have seen so far seem to think it will be safe. I'll be asking the doctor again on Friday tho..

    sorry to to hear about your mmc

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