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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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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinachris View Post

    Thanks for the read @Bongley
    Some days my glass feels like a bucket!!
    yes, this week was a bucket for me too - and it sounds like I need to work tomorrow morning also and a couple of hours the nbn just went down so I can't finish today's work. nightmare work week. hoping for an empty cup next week

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    Thanks @Windsor Good luck with your DE as well. Are you planning Greece, CT, other? ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagingi View Post
    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!
    Usually 38-39 weeks for women 40+ Luv. Sometimes at 37 weeks depending

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    we're trying Aus (EDA). I guess if that doesn't work out we might goto CT but hopefully a local donor will be found

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    Wow @blondieinbrisvegas so when the FS and clinics say take more drugs to thicken your lining... maybe that's not the best idea! More confusing stuff....

    I'm also taking bio identical progesterone - and have had contradicting info on when to take it (all cycle long except period, or just after ovulation).... and troches vs pessaries - so many decisions and so much research we have to do!

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    @winsor yes let's hope for an empty cup week for both of us. It's never really empty though, is it? Always on my mind 😣

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    ha no. maybe one of those little esspresso almost-thimble-sized cups for next week then!

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    My internet is down too. DH was working on uni stuff so is pretty cranky. My tablet is on Vodafone (which is dodgy at the best of times) everything else is telstra. Hoping it comes back on soon.

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    Both scans were done by lovely caring sonographers who really took their time to get the best measurement for me. They were done at different clinics. Both sonographers used the word "perfect" to describe my hamburger.
    I've emailed my result through to my FN and copied in my new FS. I also included a breakdown of my lining measurements for my last 7 cycles. The final scan measurements on those cycles were 8.4, 6.1, 7.2, 7.4, 6.8, 8.3, 6.4.
    I should receive their response in the next few hours. I almost wish I didn't know what my measurement was and I could just focus on the joy of receiving my three precious gifts. Instead I feel like this....

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