@Tahli could you try no meds except for progesterone support post transfer & folate/pg vitamins & vit D?
Last edited by winsor; 16-04-2016 at 17:24.
@faithlovehope I'm with Monash @Tahli @infinity888 Do you stop melatonin and CQ10 ? I've just kept going with them the whole time - i thought it was just for egg quality so doesn't matter if you continue after EPU and transfer
I've not so far got any further than a caveating morula at day 5 - even after a lot of googling it still seems a less likely positive. Not impossible though
Depending on how it goes I'll be looking at DE next. I have a good friend who is adopted and although it's not the same it was interesting to get her take on the process.
It has taken a good year to get my head around it and I've felt maybe more self conscious about doing it because I'm single now but definitely will be ready to go ahead by the end of the year.
I had thought finding a DE here would be much harder but it seems really successful
Food guilt admission - i had a beautiful italian pasta lunch inc Tiramasu and then home to more pasta that my flatmate had made. I might not be pregnant but i'm sure going to look it !
Last edited by amie999; 16-04-2016 at 18:27.
Ok...Did a bit of quick research and it seems that 1xCrinone is equal to 400-600mg's of compounded vaginal progesterone...pessaries basically.
The Crinone is absorbed a bit differently to the pessaries, so the fact it contains 90mg's of P4 vs 200mg's of P4 in the pessaries isn't an issue Luv ok?? Plus you're also going to have the Pregnyl injections as well that is going to make your body produce more progesterone as well as the Ralovera tablets so you're well covered
If you're worried, get some blood tests done in the 2WW to check that your P4 levels are adequate
Hi guys hope everyones had a good day. I cant recall who was asking about de and telling etc. Ive mentioned here previously but ive got a 20 yr old son who was openly adopted by my best friends i was very young at the time. In nz open adoptions at the time werent that common and it has worked out well ive always been part of his life and he gets where he belongs and there is none of secrecy or secrets going on. The only issue he had at school was when asked to draw his family tree and grandparents etc he kept saying which ones with 8 sets of gparents and around 40 plus aunties and uncles!! I used to babysit for him regularly when we lived in the same city he stays with his grandparents my parents a lot and i think the openess has really made a huge difference.
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