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    Quote Originally Posted by Corbes View Post
    Rising HCG = yay @winsor!

    Now the countdown to the scan, I bet you can't wait!!

    yeah I wish it were tomorrow! ha

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    thanks BiB. this week is going to go slowly. DP is coming to the scan with me so I'm hoping we get to see a heartbeat together

    I asked if I should do more than 1 pessary a day but she said it was ok. might just pop another in now & then to be sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxcat View Post
    congrats @Blossom74! FX for a great epu result
    @winsor Im stalking too
    @Billie2 You sound like you know what you want and Im really happy for you to have made the decision to stop. As much as of course you'd love to have another baby, you've got a son who's your own and I reckon you've done super well to have him. Life's too short for this sh!t and having been thru a bit of scare myself I get where you are coming from, putting your own health first which obviously means putting your son first too. Good for you.

    I just wanted to say too that after I had my ectopic I had quite bad anxiety a little like you are describing and it took a while for me to get back to normal. I got a referral to a psych who specialises in infertility / loss etc and it was really worthwhile. These traumatic events do affect us and you know that more than anyone having been in the police force. Look after yourself and definitely come in and tell us what happened when you are ready xx

    Im cycling in April too, so there might be a massive bag of BFPs happening by may!! (positive thinking..sending out a message to the universe..so start listening FFS!)



    Ooooh.....not long to go now Luv!!!


    and prayers being sent this will be your BFFP Cycle!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by winsor View Post
    thanks BiB. this week is going to go slowly. DP is coming to the scan with me so I'm hoping we get to see a heartbeat together

    I asked if I should do more than 1 pessary a day but she said it was ok. might just pop another in now & then to be sure

    Yep...I agree...whacking another one up the Vjay Jay isn't going to hurt or harm anything!!!

    I'd do it if I were in your shoes just to err on the side of caution. No such thing as too much P4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    No, but I have to take my trigger this evening at 9.15. That will give me an LH surge anyway, won't it?
    @Blossom74 - yes that's right. However usually you have orgalutran from day 5 of stimms to stop any lh surge happening before trigger. As your lh test was negative today, it sounds like you will be fine.

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    thanks, that calculator has me at different dates depending if I choose LMP or day5t day. & due date oct 22 (LMP) or oct 19 (d5t). end of october is close enough

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    @winsor - congrats on the good levels. I agree with BIB, there's no such thing as too much p4 in my view, if I were you and I had some I'd take it!

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    thanks, I'll do more each day. I've got another perscription from a previous cycle where they changed my meds if I need to get more (+ repeats on this one). how long do you usually keep taking the progesterone for?

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    Congrats on your rising levels @winsor!! Definitely pop some more progesterone in. Is it until 11 weeks or so?

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    @winsor - some of the ladies who have had a transfer will need to help you with that one, but I think it's about 10 or 12 weeks as at that point the placenta kicks in to produce the progesterone.

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