DE cycle for me end of May, using same donor despite last disaster!
I think the change of ED and SD might be a good place to start though, and yeah I guess if you can afford the PGD then at least you will know if it's the embies.
How many of us are looking at starting a fresh egg donor cycle in the next 3 months or so (even if you're doing a final OE cycle first - not that I want to jinx that at all!!)?
Possibly seeking ED - final OE cycle
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Last edited by Tahli; 21-03-2016 at 02:54.
I'm doing an OE cycle next month too
@tuxcat LB said I got pregnant with DS without any medication so I should ditch it all and try that approach. She wanted me to try it on this cycle but I'd just paid $500 plus meds for the Dr M immune miracle.
Plus when I wrote out the 'basic' protocol for estrogen and progesterone support, plus meds for MTHFR and NK cells it wasn't looking so basic anymore! But yes, I'd LOVE to try as natural cycle as possible at least once!!
It was a 'last' resort because she had only advised me to do one 'last' DE transfer (the one that's just failed). Apparently now I'm a lost cause.
B~gger the Gestone tonight. I just don't have the emotional strength to jab it in. @Blossom Earlier you were saying you wished you hadn't spent the money/emotional energy on a final OE cycle. After achieving an OE pregnancy with Blossom, in your heart, I think you most probably needed to give it a go. Now you won't have unanswered questions. xx
Last edited by Tahli; 20-03-2016 at 19:40.
Gosh we all need a lift. Where's the usual Sunday chat about sh~gging partners and baking?!!
Ok ill start no shagging tonight though we had a lovely afternoon in the yarra valley sipping wine listening to a cover band and eating truck food. My sister and bil currently staying with us.
I laid out my "terms and conditions" to him on Thurs night. Told him I'll go to counselling with an open mind and heart though I'm not promising anything as neither of us can say what will happen/be the end result.
I also told him he needed to go to counselling on his own (back to the Psychologist he was seeing a few years ago and whom he liked when he had a flare up with his back...It was covered by Workcover at the time) and that I still wanted him to move out as I needed/wanted my own space plus things were bound to get heated in counselling from time to time and I didn't want that spilling over in front of DD which would be sure to happen if he still lived here.
Plus it will be easier for us both to move on if counselling doesn't achieve a reconciliation with neither of us, especially DD, having to go through him packing up and leaving the house a second time. To his credit, he agreed even though I know given the choice, he'd want to stay but I'm definitely not up for that!!!
Ever since, he's gone on the "charm offensive" buying me flowers, helping out more around the house with chores, spending more time with DD etc which all is rather lovely, don't get me wrong, but it's going to take a lot more than flowers and suddenly turning into "Sadie the cleaning lady" to fix this mess and I'm not really sure if that's what I want to be honest.
I think I'll know the answer once he's gone and we start counselling. DD is doing really well too She's been walking independently for the last 2 weeks but has really increased the length/amount she can walk in this last week. Yesterday we took her to a "Picnic with the Easter Bunny" at the local shopping centre and she walked everywhere and only fell down on the odd occasion
ETA- He's going to see his GP tomorrow/Tues arvo to get a Mental Health Plan organised so he can start sessions with the Psychologist asap.
Last edited by BlondeinBrisvegas; 20-03-2016 at 20:11.
I reckon you should ditch all of it except the bare minimum and try it. none of those treatments have worked for you so far, it's the no drugs that did. Worth thinking about I would say.
fruck the gestone!!
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