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    Sorry, you've tagged the wrong person ☺️

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaybeBabyIVF View Post
    We'll be due close together then :-)

    My test is darker again today :-)Attachment 79655
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    Woohoo that is so exciting. Tried to put a pic up but wont load off my phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    I'm not charting. I tested with an IC 7dpo, 8dpo, and today at 9dpo and all negative. I'm hoping its too early. I'm going to hold out til tomorrow and use a FRER. If that's negative, I'll accept it and wait for AF to arrive
    Could be too early! I found this. All these people ended up pregnant, so these are the amount of people who had false negatives on CD9

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thescientist View Post
    Thanks, I'm glad it finally rises and has kept going. How's yours looking??



    That's good news for you ☺️☺️ luckily I don't think my MC has stuffed up my cycle too much!!

    That's cool that your body sorted it self so quickly off the pill! I went on it when I was 15 and have just turned 26 so not quite that long on it!

    Haha CD8 is too early to test right!? Wish I had self control and would wait to test next Tuesday
    @Little Wing, how is your chart going?
    I tested negative at 8dpo. So yes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinterJade View Post

    I'm a bit all over the place. Sometimes I feel positive then I get depressed coz I think it's not my month. Only time will tell
    It's so all consuming isn't it? How many days can you hold out to test?

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    My best friend is going through IVF and her issue is that her and her DH make perfect embryos but possibly her uterus is having issues with implanting.
    She said she been researching surrogacy in the US and it's about $100k. I just said out of the blue 'I'll carry your baby!' And she cried and was overwhelmed with happiness that she has an option. I would totally do it and DH reckons he'd be ok with it. I want to and would but just hope that it doesn't emotionally ruin me when I don't get to take the baby home. Anyways here's hoping that her new IVF regime is a winner. Otherwise I might be being a surrogate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinterJade View Post
    My best friend is going through IVF and her issue is that her and her DH make perfect embryos but possibly her uterus is having issues with implanting.
    She said she been researching surrogacy in the US and it's about $100k. I just said out of the blue 'I'll carry your baby!' And she cried and was overwhelmed with happiness that she has an option. I would totally do it and DH reckons he'd be ok with it. I want to and would but just hope that it doesn't emotionally ruin me when I don't get to take the baby home. Anyways here's hoping that her new IVF regime is a winner. Otherwise I might be being a surrogate.
    That's so nice of you to offer. It would be bloody hard to carry a child and then hand it over to someone else. But at least being your best friend, you wouldn't be completely out of the loop

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinterJade View Post
    My best friend is going through IVF and her issue is that her and her DH make perfect embryos but possibly her uterus is having issues with implanting.
    She said she been researching surrogacy in the US and it's about $100k. I just said out of the blue 'I'll carry your baby!' And she cried and was overwhelmed with happiness that she has an option. I would totally do it and DH reckons he'd be ok with it. I want to and would but just hope that it doesn't emotionally ruin me when I don't get to take the baby home. Anyways here's hoping that her new IVF regime is a winner. Otherwise I might be being a surrogate.
    An amazing thing to do! My DHs cousin did it and she said it's very different from carrying your own, you don't have the same attachment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinterJade View Post
    My best friend is going through IVF and her issue is that her and her DH make perfect embryos but possibly her uterus is having issues with implanting.
    She said she been researching surrogacy in the US and it's about $100k. I just said out of the blue 'I'll carry your baby!' And she cried and was overwhelmed with happiness that she has an option. I would totally do it and DH reckons he'd be ok with it. I want to and would but just hope that it doesn't emotionally ruin me when I don't get to take the baby home. Anyways here's hoping that her new IVF regime is a winner. Otherwise I might be being a surrogate.
    That's such an amazingly beautiful thing to do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinterJade View Post
    My best friend is going through IVF and her issue is that her and her DH make perfect embryos but possibly her uterus is having issues with implanting.
    She said she been researching surrogacy in the US and it's about $100k. I just said out of the blue 'I'll carry your baby!' And she cried and was overwhelmed with happiness that she has an option. I would totally do it and DH reckons he'd be ok with it. I want to and would but just hope that it doesn't emotionally ruin me when I don't get to take the baby home. Anyways here's hoping that her new IVF regime is a winner. Otherwise I might be being a surrogate.
    Wow that's a really selfless thing to do WJ ☺️

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