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    Hmmm okay thanks @Gagingi
    How are you doing? You got tons of symptoms now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green lady View Post
    @Tahli - what about the burger? Isn't that relevant as well e.g 6.4 with a burger might be better than 7 with no burger? ( I'm no expert at all as I've never had a transfer).
    @Gagingi - congrats on the good heartbeat! You can probably relax a little bit now, although it's hard to do.

    Tahli had the Burger the other day which is definitely better than no burger!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaKes View Post
    Yippee for babyGagingi and their little strong heatbeat!!! @Gagingi
    Here's to a happy and healthy 33 more weeks or less (given the before Christmas plans for delivery). Is Charlotte doing xmas deliveries??
    Thanks @MamaKes. Charlotte is here until the 25th, but basically as soon as the bub is ready she wants it out before any complications can set in. I expected that, as I gather that 37 weeks is pretty normal for over 40s. So that will make it mid December and it might be a planned caesarean. We really like Charlotte and will go with her recommendations - I'm clueless about it all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiglets View Post
    @Tahli was it the same technician that did both scans? Maybe they didn't measure it right or measuring it conservatively?

    Congratulation on the xmas baby @Gagingi

    I questioned the same thing earlier too Luv??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino View Post
    Hello everone
    Wow there are a lot of pages on this thread! I've just started the Greece Thread and this one - so lots of reading to catch up on!

    I'm 46 and we're hopefully heading over the Greece end Aug/Sept for our first try at ED! Finally getting excited after all the research and fears etc ... and of course letting go of the own egg idea... even if they're 'old'

    Now time to catch up on this thread.....

    Hi Luv and welcome to the thread!!!!

    Am really hoping your next Cycle in Greece gets you accross the line!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Molros View Post
    @Tahli I have been told previously, and I don't know how much truth there is in it, that red wine can help with the lining. Maybe worth a shot?

    I reckon the way our Tahli is feeling now she'd be liable to drink the whole bloody vat!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagingi View Post
    Congrats on being PUPO @Bradders. Have you had your brandy?

    And 10 mg's of Valium????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradders View Post
    @Tahli, sorry your lining isn't cooperating. When my FS checked mine on Monday he mentioned that they are happy with anything above 6mm. So not sure why they are fixated on 7. Surely you should have some say???

    AFM, I am officially PUPO x3 all thawed, two divided really well and one is looking a bit "stunned". He said we need to make a decision if I definitely want a TET and maybe it was my Valium talking...but I didn't hesitate. The nurse was joking that I might end up on new idea! But with not even a hint of a BFP line ever on my previous 10 transferred embryos and these eggs were collected 4 days after I turned 43, I will be ecstatic to get one sticky bean

    congrats on being PUPO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino View Post
    Hello everone
    Wow there are a lot of pages on this thread! I've just started the Greece Thread and this one - so lots of reading to catch up on!

    I'm 46 and we're hopefully heading over the Greece end Aug/Sept for our first try at ED! Finally getting excited after all the research and fears etc ... and of course letting go of the own egg idea... even if they're 'old'

    Now time to catch up on this thread.....
    welcome @Rhino. good luck with your trip to Greece. I'm 46 at the end of the year & hoping to do DE at some point

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    @Tahli Right!! And here's some food for thought....I've just found this: Effect of Thin Endometrium Lining in Egg Donor Recipients on Egg Donation Pregnancy Success Rates

    The clinical pregnancy rates were slightly higher in the thinner uterine wall group at 77.5% than in the thicker lining group (i.e the thinner lining group who had a lining of between 5.9-7.9mm's).

    Here is the link:

    http://www.advancedfertility.com/lin...g-donation.htm

    This correlates with the research I've done over the years that has conclusively shown that no FS will transfer on a lining measuring 5mm's or less.

    Don't lose hope Luv. Your lining as it stands is more than adequate for the 3 Amigos. It's convincing the FS over in CT that's the issue and yourself possibly

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