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    Quote Originally Posted by Precious40 View Post
    Thanks @bib. So I'm not to freak out too much??
    Is your DD lactose intolerant? Poor little darling. And poor you. What a weekend you've had xxx
    No Luv...no need to freak out at all😊

    As the @Tinachris has pointed out...the progynova causes an increase in EWCM which is totally normal.as your E2 levels rise😊

    DD is sensitive to milk proteins but not allergic/lactose intolerant. Too much of them causes severe constipation for her (she can't drink cows milk because of it so has soy/oat milk instead).

    Anyhoo...it's cheese slices for her from now on😊

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    @Tinachris Good Luck with your transfer Luv!!😊

    Fingers crossed/Babydust & Prayers being sent for a sticky one!!!😊👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    @Tinachris Good Luck with your transfer Luv!!😊

    Fingers crossed/Babydust & Prayers being sent for a sticky one!!!😊👍
    Thanks @Blondeonbrisvegas all went well..I'm now at home in my pjs xo

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    congrats on being PUPO @Tinachris. good luck for the TWW

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    Thanks @winsor. I had a nice little blasty so fx it keeps growing. I'm having today and tomorrow off to sit around and watch Netflix😊. Gosh I hope this one sticks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Hi hon,

    I used to hear the "It's only a numbers game" thing all the time. And whilst it's nice to think that might always be the case, the truth of the matter is that some of us will hold within us a golden egg and some of us won't.

    I was an incredibly poor responder and from 4 cycles I only produced a grand total of 7 eggs. Of those, two went in fresh (separate cycles) and one frozen, and the best I did was a BFP on the frosty one, which MC at 8 weeks.

    It's nice to think that if you just keep plugging away at it you will get there in the end, but who has that sort of money?! I ended up resenting the last cycle I did, feeling like I had thrown good money away for nothing. When DH and I approached the bank for a loan and knew we'd be paying it back for the next 7 years I said straight away that I wanted to go with donor eggs.

    Looking at my response to each cycle and the quality of my eggs I don't know if I ever would have found one that was ok. Plus, with each cycle it got harder and harder on me physically. The decision to switch to DE and go with the better odds was not hard for me - I felt immediate relief.

    I never considered using a cheaper clinic. I knew at my age I needed a tailored protocol, but if that's the only path you have available grab it with both hands! Likewise, if you feel within yourself that you DO have the potential to bring forth a good egg then keep going with your OE cycles. Some women will luck out and have success, but I just knew that I wasn't going to be one of them.

    Good luck, whichever way you go


    ETA: I never did PGD testing but I can see why so many do. The one thing that I often think back to though is that if I had PGD'd the emby I got my BFP on I never would have transferred it, and would never had known the joy of being pregnant, if but for a brief moment in time. I don't regret my decision not to test for that reason but I can see why so many people choose to do it.
    Thank you so much @Blossom74 I so appreciate your response and telling me your story too. Exactly - we don't have that sort of money and frankly I don't have it in me to do many cycles...Im excited to hear how your journey unfolds. Sound alike your onto a solid path now yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    She had another "spewing incident" last night about an hr or so after dinner. She'd just had a little drink of her milk & a short time later had a massive hurl all over herself, the loungeroom floor (which is carpeted) & on some of her toys.

    Of course I was up in the bedroom when it happened & when she started crying I came out to her as she came looking for me so vomit was spread in the kitchen too!!!������

    Had to bath her again plus gave her a dose of Phenergan straight after to settle her tummy. Thankfully that was the end of it. I'm suss on the shredded cheese I've started using instead of the block version. Same brand but I think it might be too rich for her tummy when you add the milk into the mix������

    First thing I thought of was dairy intollerance. I reckon you're on the right track love

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinachris View Post
    Thanks @Blondeonbrisvegas all went well..I'm now at home in my pjs xo

    Congrats on being PUPO!

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    Hey should I stop coq10 and melatonin?
    Was it something about estrogen ?
    My FS has said it didn't matter but I've heard otherwise.
    Egg pick up Wed and last stims today thank goodness !
    My ovaries are like golf balls in there - hope that means they are full of perfectly cooked eggs

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    sounds like the perfect way to spend the days to let it snuggle in

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