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    Hi i am good 26 weeks now feeling the weight gain belly is quite heavy. From 28 weeks i have fortnightly growth scans to keep an eye on bub. Im struggling to find a name for him.

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    We found out that we are having another little boy :-) 16 weeks now and time is just flying by!

    Why do they want to watch his growth? Is he too big?

    I have GD already so I'll be monitored more too :-(

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    My first baby was 5lb or 2.26kg so very small but he was being deprived so he was born 3 weeks early they want to make sure baby is growing nicely if at any stage looks like he isnt putting on enough size they will take him out

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    Ohhhhhhh glad they are onto it!

    Time will just fly by now!

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    Hi ladies, just wondering if any of you had a delayed transfer at say day 4 or 5? I've just had my third failed cycle (2 fresh, one frozen) and no frozen embryos from the cycle I've just done. Given my most recent transfer was a 4 cell day 2 and the other 3 embryos didn't make it (2 didn't make it the first night and the third didn't make it past 3 cells), I'm just wondering if it would be worth asking about a later transfer to give the embryos more time to actually grow and develop.

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    Currently pregnant with a day 5 transfer first pregnancy was a day 2 transfer. My theory if its going to take its going to take x

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    I'm the same as Meshell. My first pregnancy was a day 3 fresh transfer and now I'm pregnant with a day 5 transfer. I did change clinics though so not sure if TFC will do day 5 fresh transfer..... Good luck :-)

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    Spoke to one of the nurses today when I went for my blood test. She said they only do day 5 with frozen transfers, not fresh.

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    How is everyone going on this thread x

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    I'm nearly 24 weeks but have GD so not doing too well. How are you Meshell? Hope baby is growing good


 

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