@Summer I'm concerned that we haven't heard from you.
Congrats on being pupo @infinity888, @gagini, @Calypso and @Tinachris. Exciting times ahead!
@Summer I hope you have news soon and that news is good news. Thinking of you X
I'm still stimming and feeling really bummed that I won't be able to transfer for aaaaagggesss because of Pgd. I'm hoping all the good vibes in April transfer to May and June too for us stragglers 😀.
Congrats on your double @infinity888 - my fingers are crossed for you x
I was going to say did you see each other in the waiting room because I keep thinking your a wazza patient. Well you sort of are. You could have sat and looked at each other out of the corner of your eye 😒 Lol awkward IVF waiting room moments. If I had transfered today @Tinachris we would have met or eyeballed each other 😂
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This is my IVF kitty 'rev' named by my DP. I got him just prior to my 42nd birthday and last OE cycle. I had some love to give so off to the pound I went. He is such a beautiful boy and has filled a bit of a hole during this crappy process. He is going to be might upset when he gets superseded shortly...
Oh no @Summer. I'm so very sorry. It's just so crap and unfair. I really hope some of investigation finds the answer for you. What could help you be less worried about a hospital procedure? I hope your wine's going down well. Massive heartfelt hugs, .
@Summer I wouldn't think progesterone would have negative effects we have to have it in order for a pregnancy to progress. Is there such a thing as progesterone been too high. Have you ever had your Proglevels monitored before with any of your BFP'S ? Your HCG must have dropped quickly though as the stick yesterday was quite good which makes me wonder about that as it usually takes a bit for HCG to drop even with CP'S xo so why did yours just disappear overnight?
Aaaaah...fruck it Luv, I'm sorry
No, there's no negative association with Progesterone. You need adequate levels of it to hold a pregnancy that's why women with LPD (leutal phase deficieny) end up MC as their bodies don't produce enough of it and you need it to sustain a pregnancy hence there's no such thing as too much progesterone.
I think in all honesty for you the reasons why you haven't gotten your take home bubba yet is either due to the immune issues you have, chromosomally abnormal embryos or an issue in your oven. I really can't think of any other reason why.
Hopefully your FS will have a good plan of action up his sleeve when you see him tomorrow. Get stuck into that wine Luv!!!
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