amie999 I love Wazza and his team, but have had to make follow up phone calls. I'm not sure who Kee is and am not sure if you are disguising her identity? There are 4 part-time nurses there at the moment and a bunch of admin staff. I follow them up if I haven't heard from them by the agreed time. I think the most it has taken is 78 calls to get through to reception (my iPhone counts them ), but I just keep hitting redial. Email is good too, particularly if you have multiple questions. I do keep an eye on everything myself and ask questions. They say they like that - for example, I'm on meds for PCOS/endo/Aden/MTHRFR gene etc and with my FET plan it just had the standard meds as a new nurse prepared it, so I just checked.
QFG can do some unhelpful things too and they'll refer you back to Wazza, when Wazza has referred you to them, so just keep on the phone. Wazza's capacity to take in information is extraordinary - I'd love to know his IQ!
We've had a few times when we've needed him to help in an urgent or emergency situation and he has quite literally been available 24/7 or we've had a QFG issue and again he sorts it. He looks after his ladies. I do have to remind him of my name regularly, but not my medical situation.
I'd try emailing a list of bullet points. I did that once with medical and admin queries and they were addressed them within 24-48 hours. That worked well as multiple staff had to address the different queries.
Congrats on such a brilliant egg haul @Maxwellsmum. It makes me hanker for a CT cycle!
Im really sorry your lining barely budged though. It will be really interesting to see what it does next month. Mine has got gradually thinner with each cycle. Although the Estraderm patches every second day and letting it grow for longer, around 25 days helped, although it had done most of its growing by cd21. There will be a few of us waiting to hear what Wazza suggests.
Like @Blossom my preference is for FETs too, that's where I get my BFPs, rather than the fresh transfers. Fingers crossed you just need the one transfer. Will you transfer two?
I have a sore boob
It feels a bit achey and when I bend over it hurts and radiates out to the nipple.
I have a Doctor's appointment tomorrow morning to get it checked out, but in the mean time I've been constructive and convinced myself I have breast cancer.
It's not TTOTM so not hormone related, and I don't get breast tenderness at TTOTM anyway. It's been sore for two days.
Is this the end?
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