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    @Bongley what date is your viability scan? Hopefully you get to see some good shots of Manchego.

    I am sorting out the May edition of the Tahli call but am thinking a new thread is just around the corner. I am aiming to get it on page 1 so I don't have to go through lots of pages to find and edit (and other people can find it too).

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    Quote Originally Posted by faithandhopellove View Post
    @Bongley what date is your viability scan? Hopefully you get to see some good shots of Manchego.

    I am sorting out the May edition of the Tahli call but am thinking a new thread is just around the corner. I am aiming to get it on page 1 so I don't have to go through lots of pages to find and edit (and other people can find it too).
    @faithandhopellove I've got a scan in a couple of weeks and then one at 30 weeks. Yes, it tricky getting a comment on page 1 to edit the roll call into (or contact an admin). I could stick it into my comment on page 1 but as you say, I think there will be a new thread soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    Yes....have heard about the self correction thing. That happens in a way now doesn't it when they thaw frosties??

    Sometimes they lose a couple of cells in the thaw then regenerate them again don't they??

    It's the same sort of deal or no???������
    Sounds reasonable to me (although I am no expert). I would think the cells that don't survive would be the weaker ones and the surviving cells are the stronger and go on to multiply. Of course if too many cells are weak then the Mr frosty doesn't make it. A definite possibility with mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faithandhopellove View Post
    Sounds reasonable to me (although I am no expert). I would think the cells that don't survive would be the weaker ones and the surviving cells are the stronger and go on to multiply. Of course if too many cells are weak then the Mr frosty doesn't make it. A definite possibility with mine.
    They were of a high enough quality to freeze Luv so they can't be that dodgy can they??

    Plus the vitrification method the lab uses these days is so good that not many get lost in the thaw anymore % wise.

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    thanks @Maxwellsmum it's definitely the torture end now. So much going thru my head. No symptoms anymore. Couldn't sleep last night. Thinking about de, IVF and oe. I tried SO hard on this cycle. I did everything I could and took scitropin,melatonin,all the supps for months, ubiquinol for 6mths all of it except dhea. Is dhea gonna make me get more than 1 egg at day 5? I still get poor response on 600gonal f. I'm going crazy. Hope you're doing okay there @infinity888

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinachris View Post
    thanks @Maxwellsmum it's definitely the torture end now. So much going thru my head. No symptoms anymore. Couldn't sleep last night. Thinking about de, IVF and oe. I tried SO hard on this cycle. I did everything I could and took scitropin,melatonin,all the supps for months, ubiquinol for 6mths all of it except dhea. Is dhea gonna make me get more than 1 egg at day 5? I still get poor response on 600gonal f. I'm going crazy. Hope you're doing okay there @infinity888
    @Tinachris I had no symptoms. What you're saying sounds so like me in the days leading up to my beta...

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    Quote Originally Posted by faithandhopellove View Post
    I would love to read the article on self correction of chromosomal abnormalities as that refers to "later stages of growth" but I can't find a free full article. I would have access at work but won't be there until Friday next week when I am acting manager (too useless to do anything else now). I find the idea that aneuploid cells in mosaicism might be overcome by their own deficiencies and diploid ones continue to be very hopeful (I have 3 untested frosties so any bit of hope is precious to me).

    Ah, hope working on a weak mind perhaps.
    @Faithandhopelove - I have 2 untested frosties so would like some hope for those too.

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    Thanks guys
    Today's bloods were hcg 9000...I did talk to them and say I was worried about molar and they said everything is within range and the levels aren't indicating that at all. Last week they said they should plateau off a bit this week and have done that. They just said my levels are 'perfect' and everything is how it should be so I am going to try and relax a bit. They put them in a graph I think and its on track.

    I think because it happened so quick I feel like its too good to be true if that makes a bit of sense. With molars they'd expect the level to be over 20,000 minimum and the hcg levels go up very dramatically (and quicker than the normal rate of doubling every 24-48 hours). Although mine is high its not classed as 'abnormally high'

    I only had one put back....are twins a real possibility do you think or just a strong singleton?

    Hope everyone has a great weekend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    @winsor The 'donors looking for recipients' thread doesn't appear in active topics (but the meet and greet intro does), if that's what you mean? I found the easiest thing to do was to get to know a few other recipients and not to try to post to everyone (unless you are very good at small talk!), too easy to lose track. I especially try to keep in touch with anyone that has similar sense of humour or whatever.
    thanks, that makes sense. good idea. I'll see how it goes. I find the FB page easier to use than the forum - I don't see much activity at all on the forums so am likely missing most of it. & it feels a bit weird asking same questions there as here. but thanks for the tips!

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    Quote Originally Posted by faithandhopellove View Post
    I would love to read the article on self correction of chromosomal abnormalities as that refers to "later stages of growth" but I can't find a free full article. I would have access at work but won't be there until Friday next week when I am acting manager (too useless to do anything else now). I find the idea that aneuploid cells in mosaicism might be overcome by their own deficiencies and diploid ones continue to be very hopeful (I have 3 untested frosties so any bit of hope is precious to me).

    Ah, hope working on a weak mind perhaps.
    here's a high level article on embryos self correcting genetic mutations day3 - day5 if that helps
    https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0705071546.htm

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