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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Oh wow, really? They came out and said it's been proven to be incorrect?? It's such a lot of money too.. It's not fair., we are taken advantage of! My current clinic says that the reason I got a chem last time is cos I probably got a bad batch of eggs.. But they fertilised and they divided and they graded them a 7B+, so how is it they were a bad batch of eggs????
    I think they just say what they want us to hear when they have no idea.

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    @positive vibes - Unfortunately cramping can be both a symptom of pregnancy and af. Lots of women on here though have thought af was on her way and then got a bfp, good luck x
    @nattie84 - We have only had one normal embryo in each of the last two cycles of testing also its heart breaking. Have to look at the positives though and think at least we didn't waste our time transfering non viable embryos. I try not to think too much about the grading anymore.
    @pingc383 - I think its usual to get some fragmentation hun and many fragmented embies go on to make babies.
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    I have only put one tested embie back so far @pingc383 (last cycle) and that ended.in a bfn 😳. I have heard of some women on here though that have done cycle after cycle with no pgd normals they have kept on going to finally get a normal one and then once it got put back they got a bfp. Its stories like that keep me going!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    @Heyside - so normal PGD ones don't always become a BFP? I hope they do enough research to understand why... Keep going hun.. I, too, hear stories that some women on their 14th go get a BFP without having had PGD....
    It increases the chances but nothing is guaranteed, there are other factors at play in relation to implantation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nattie84 View Post
    It increases the chances but nothing is guaranteed, there are other factors at play in relation to implantation.
    Yes thats the very frustrating part every factor has to come in place at the same time so hard 😳

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    Its not over yet @pingc383 your only equivalent to 8dpo lots of women dont get any symptoms until well past them missing af. That doesn't stop you looking for them though I know I hate the tww its evil, hang on in there.

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    I agree, too early to be counting yourself out of this round @pingc383
    It's hard to stay positive so I prefer to stay distracted. Good luck

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    Hey, how is everyone? Been a while, but I have started my 4th stim cycle. I'm on the Syneral, and due to start injections next week, depending on how much Syneral delays things...

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    Quote Originally Posted by skeeter View Post
    Hey, how is everyone? Been a while, but I have started my 4th stim cycle. I'm on the Syneral, and due to start injections next week, depending on how much Syneral delays things...
    We may be cycling at the same time! Expecting my period Tues or Wednesday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nattie84 View Post
    We may be cycling at the same time! Expecting my period Tues or Wednesday.
    @nattie84 I'm due Wednesday too, but Syneral always throws me out. I'm hoping by the weekend...


 

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