9mm not cm
I won't be surprised if your FS baulks at a lot of what's on your list as most of them don't believe in immune issues. I'd also rethink about giving Dr M a miss if I were you as he's the best in the business when it comes to Immune Issues and you can Cycle/take whatever meds he proscribes independently while doing your FET with your FS.
It might be the only way to implement the protocol you want to do which you probably need to do and should do given your issues. Yes, I think it probably is a blood flow issue to your lining despite it being a good thickness at 9mm's that is causing the majority of the drama for you Luv plus the ANA issue won't be helping either
Last edited by BlondeinBrisvegas; 06-06-2016 at 08:22.
Hey folks I haven't been around but I've been keeping up to date on all your activities. Seems like everyotne is moving on with a new plan. Thankfully I'm not on bed rest and all is going well...9wks 3days today...definitely only one little one on board and both scans have indicated a nice strong heartbeat. All pretty uneventful which I think is a good way to be
No I've been one of the lucky ones not on bed rest...EDD 6th January 2017, same as MamaKes...but going with Charlotte so will be delivered before Christmas.
Finally got enough sleep to catch up girls. Had a freak out moment yesterday when I crawled out of bed. My eyes wouldn't focus on anything. I couldn't read and pretty much everything was blurry. Finally decided it was just tiredness and not some mystery illness.
Anyway some exciting news awaiting me on the hub. So thrilled for the girls who are now lining up their donor cycles. Can't believe how quickly it all comes together once the ball is rolling. I can't wait to see the BFP's roll in... then the pregnancy symptoms... and the belly pics... and the labour stories... and the Bub photo's! Yep, pretty excited here!
Good to hear everything is going well @Gen72. I have been wondering about you.
RE: the morning sickness. Yep, that's pretty much how it felt for me. A friend of mine who had chemo told me that the nausea from that was the same as being pregnant. It gave me a new appreciation for those going through cancer treatment. MS is a miserable business but at least it goes away after about the 12 week mark (for most people).
Glad the formatting issues have been sorted on the roll call. I don't know anything about computers but it does frustrate me that everything is so difficult on bubhub. Good on you BiBV and Winsor for persisting.
I am going back to re-read the roll call and see what else I missed.
Eryn asleep on Daddy's chest.
Last edited by faithandhopellove; 06-06-2016 at 09:57.
Nawww❤️ precious @fathandhopelove
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