I remember a while ago there was a link showing what happens, day by day, after a 3 and 5 day transfer.
Is there such a timeline available for a 2 day transfer? Or is EPU on Wednesday and transfer on Friday classed as 3 days?
Sorry I haven't been active at the moment, but am following along with everyone.
Huge congrats @Blossom74 for being PUPO!! I hope little Baby Cakes is snuggling in and growing beautifully
@winsor I can feel your worry through the computer and I hope it's all for nothing and that you have a perfect scan on Monday. I know we'll all be thinking of you and crossing everything that all is on track as it should be.
@JulieMalooley So good to see you popping into the thread! I'm so sorry about your doggie, and it sounds like you've totally done the right thing at the right time.
@BlondeinBrisvegas I do hope ex-DH finds something soon, it would be difficult being in limbo and not able to move forward with your life with him there. For our last rental the only thing that worked was harassment I really wanted that house and there were so many applicants we put an offer on our application of $10 more a week rent than they asked for and I called twice a day to find out if they'd checked our references etc until they finally gave in and gave it to us. They took the extra rent too, which I found out later is actually illegal for them to do. But we knew it was worth a bit more, so were happy to pay it to secure the house.
@Tahli - not long now!!!
to everyone else, hope you're all going along OK
@Blossom74 I think epu is day 0, fert day is day1 so yours was a day2 transfer
I can't find the link (maybe nyu fertility? my link is redirecting to another page now) but here's the text I'd saved. you'd need to adjust for the day2
5day transfer (day0)
Transfer (DPT) Embryo Development:
One: The blastocyst begins to hatch out of its shell
Two: The blastocyst continues to hatch out of its shell and begins to attach itself to the uterus
Three: The blastocyst attaches deeper into the uterine lining, beginning implantation
Four: Implantation continues
Five: Implantation is complete, cells that will eventually become the placenta and fetus have begun to develop
Six: Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) starts to enter the blood ******
Seven: Fetal development continues and hCG continues to be secreted
Eight: Fetal development continues and hCG continues to be secreted
Nine: Levels of hCG are now high enough to detect a pregnancy
Thanks hon His Momma certainly loves her cakes so Baby Cakes kind of makes sense!
Yes, sorry I did not comment to you @BIB earlier. I have now read your news about Centrelink etc and am sending you strong positive warrior woman vibes to get through the massive life changes your are experiencing for you and DD.
Big hugs hon
Thanks for all the well wishes and finger crossing Lovelies!!! It's very much appreciated
Everything else is good thanks @Maxwellsmum though the Ex and I did have a massive blow up last night as he was behaving like an immature A/Hole!!! He has his little flare up's from time to time, but last night he just pushed it too far.
Anyhoo, he's had an attitude adjustment overnight and has been outside most of the day doing stuff that needs doing plus he's finishing off painting DD's wooden toybox that he built her.
He's got a few more places to look at this week. Most of the inspections are through the week it seems regardless of whether there are still tenants in the properties or not?? Can understand if there's still tenants there but if not?? It's a PIA for him always having to get time off work.
Speaking of work, I'm wondering how long he can push his luck there for until his boss gets the sh!ts??? Bloody hope he finds somewhere soon!!!
Hope you're all having a lovely weekend thus far
@winsor @Blossom74 Am and sending prayers both your way!!!
@Blossom74 congrats on being pupo!
Hello everyone. Sorry I've been quiet but I have been following along with everyone. I've had a couple of days down in Anglesea on a mini camping break which has been so nice. Hoping those hospital docs are in my letterbox when I get home. Probably shouldn't hold my breath 😝.
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