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    I've just worked out I have this - perioral dermatitis. It's a side effect of coming off the steroids. Glad I know that now (thanks google) so I can see a doctor or dermatologist.

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    Oh @Billie2 I'm so sorry 😔

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billie2 View Post
    Cant get much worse, all I need now is a bad haircut;

    1/ af has commenced with spotting. Cycle is officially over.

    2/ Im now anaemic from the haemorrhage with an official blood count of 97. In Oct it was 120.

    3/ letter in the mail today confirmed neither of our 2 embryos were suitable for freezing.

    4/ IVF is not possible anymore. I would be an irresponsible mother if I went for another full stim cycle considering the high risk of bleeding out again. (I still think the FS did something during my EPU).

    5/ Happy f***ing birthday to me tomorrrow.
    @Billie2 I'm so sorry to hear that frucking terrible news. You've been absolutely smacked by all that's happened to you in this short few days and you're so brave dealing with all these big decisions. I can't even imagine the stress you're under and how difficult this all must be. Does the FS deny doing anything that may have caused the haemorrhage? Do they think that would happen again?

    Don't feel compelled to answer those questions. I hope you can get some sleep tonight xx

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    So sorry Billie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billie2 View Post
    Cant get much worse, all I need now is a bad haircut;

    1/ af has commenced with spotting. Cycle is officially over.

    2/ Im now anaemic from the haemorrhage with an official blood count of 97. In Oct it was 120.

    3/ letter in the mail today confirmed neither of our 2 embryos were suitable for freezing.

    4/ IVF is not possible anymore. I would be an irresponsible mother if I went for another full stim cycle considering the high risk of bleeding out again. (I still think the FS did something during my EPU).

    5/ Happy f***ing birthday to me tomorrrow.

    I'm so sorry to hear this Luv As they say, "it never rains, it pours"

    I agree that something went terribly wrong at EPU to cause that bleed but you've probably got a snowballs chance in hell that they'll ever admit liability!!!

    Has your FS offered anything in way of compensation?? A refund of your Cycle for eg if you've decided it's too risky to try again?? (mind you I'd be going elsewhere if you did decide to have another go!!). It's the least of what you deserve!!!

    Happy Birthday anyway Luv and I hope you can find some joy in the day spending it with your family and hopefully some friends too??

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    Enjoy your catch up today Girls!!!!!!!

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    @Billie2 how terrible I agree they have to have hit something at EPU. What though? I recall another member years back had something similar happen at EPU her name is francesthecat and I also know another lady personally who ended up in hospital after EPU (straight after) due to a rough EPU so it does happen. Yours just took longer to get picked up. I guess after all this you can't trust your clinic to do it right plus I agree the risks are too high. This is your life and you do have your DS to consider. Have you ever thought about maybe later on down the track using donor eggs. It is another option where you yourself won't have to do the EPU procedure. Just a thought hun that you can throw out the window if you like, as I know it is way too soon but maybe later on down the track. One of the main reasons I have shifted to donor embryos is because I can't cope with any more stims and I can't cope with any more fails or any more losses. Either way I hope you can find a way to get better and I hope you have a nice birthday with your family.

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    My af is a shadow of its former self. So doesn't this prove the blood was in my uterus? I sat for just over a week with blood filling my uterus? I don't know if I should put this behind me, or take it further. I just realised that I wouldn't even qualify for IVF till my blood count was in the normal range. That will take forever. I feel like a zombie.

    I have 1.5 boxes of crinone for those that have to pay the $170 or so full price. Im happy to give it away. PM me. If I rang the clinic they would make me continue using it till Wednesday BT.

    My clinic was Primary IVF in Sydney.

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    @Billie2 I don't think it would hurt to get some indepedent advice just to find out where things stand in regards to rights & responsibilities plus possible redress etc.

    Have a think about it for a few days, talk it over with those you trust & who love you & then see how you feelxo

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    Honestly I don't know, right now making any big decisions is probably not wise as I think you need to take care of you first and foremost. Has your clinic admitted to any liability? Later on you could try talking to the director of the clinic, a one on one sit down meeting to go over everything. However I know if it was me I would just walk away as I know what my husband is like. He would have a complete freak out if I almost died from the IVF and he would make me walk away. I really feel for you @Billie2 I am sure other ladies on here will have better advice than me xoxo
    Quote Originally Posted by Billie2 View Post
    My af is a shadow of its former self. So doesn't this prove the blood was in my uterus? I sat for just over a week with blood filling my uterus? I don't know if I should put this behind me, or take it further. I just realised that I wouldn't even qualify for IVF till my blood count was in the normal range. That will take forever. I feel like a zombie.

    I have 1.5 boxes of crinone for those that have to pay the $170 or so full price. Im happy to give it away. PM me. If I rang the clinic they would make me continue using it till Wednesday BT.

    My clinic was Primary IVF in Sydney.

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