@Lastchance75 fingers crossed for you.
Had my transfer this morning. One little munchkin survived the thaw and started expanding. transfer went well and had some acupuncture done. So know it's the waiting game. Sticks at the ready
Bad news I'm afraid. Levels have gone down to 47.
I'm devastated. I'm not sure my husband will want to go back for a third try. Emotionally and financially we are really starting to get to the end of the line. I really thought this would be the answer for us. I can't understand how a Pgd tested embryo implants and then I'm going to miscarry.
Lastchance75. That's just so damn stressful and disappointing. I haven't heard of a chemical from a PGD normal but by the same token I'm not entirely surprised either given that my doc gave us a 40-60% chance with each 'normal' embryo. The odds always seem to be against us.
When I got news that we had 3 normals I remember thinking that was pretty good, that hopefully one at least would take but it was still touch and go. How does anyone get pregnant!
Oh Luv, I'm so terribly sorry
I know PGD tested aren't 100% guaranteed but you'd think once you'd achieved implantation you'd be ok unless something else is going on??? I'm trying to remember if you were on immune meds for immune issues???
I don't know the answers Luv. I wish I did. I just wish it wasn't happening to you. It's so terribly unfairxoxox
Last edited by BlondeinBrisvegas; 29-06-2016 at 15:17.
Aw cr@p sh1t fruck!!!!!
So so sorry @Lastchance75
It'll be all too raw and devastating to make any decisions right now, after my failed cycle last year I said that's it I guess we are done but after the dust settles and the tears settle you can make a clearer decision. Today, tomorrow and however else long you need is for being upset and angry.
What a awful roller coaster you've been on.
Sending massive cyber hugs and my shoulder to cry on X
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