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    Mine took3 weeks with the receipt from the mail and had no dramas

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    Great result Btae! Hopefully I'll get mine today! We only biopsied 2 embryos and considering my previous stats I'm not expecting either to be normal.... But I'm hoping we get a nice surprise 😃

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleDove View Post
    Great result Btae! Hopefully I'll get mine today! We only biopsied 2 embryos and considering my previous stats I'm not expecting either to be normal.... But I'm hoping we get a nice surprise 😃
    I was dreading it would be just 1 normal and maybe 1 inconclusive like my previous cycles so ya it was so nice to hear something positive. It brings hope back in and not sure if that is a good thing, just my way of coping through this rough journey.

    I really hope you get positive result soon!!!

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    Hey there gals,

    I'm really struggling with pain from the fsh injections making my ovaries inflate. I have very low AMH, and Dr DeA says there's only 3 follicles between my ovaries, so not really at risk of OHSS stuff, but mann am I in pain!

    The good Doc says its endometrial adhesions yanking and twisting all my growing goods in the wrong directions (I have bad endo, but my last clean-out was only a year ago!).

    Looking for tips for managing the pain. Just started Mersyndol Doc suggested this morning, but only just makes a dent in the pain. It's like my worst endo-period pains but non-stop for the last 4 days (I'm day 12 today). I feel like my belly is super hot and constantly at a rolling boil, can't even stand any kind of waistband last 2 days!(Not that anything fits atm!)

    I swear I'm not a wuss- I didn't even feel the scrape barely at all. It's been a few years since my last fhs-stims cycle, but I swear it was never this bad before!

    Any hints gratefully appreciated.

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    Oh gosh I'm so sorry for your pain! That sounds awful. You poor thing. I don't really have any suggestions, I hope someone else can help

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    @Btae my Medicare refunds for Fet cycles all took 3 weeks through the app.

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    I had to contact Medicare on numerous occasions when I completed it through the App as it has to go to two separate departments. The last being the assessing and benefits department. It got lost in transit both times. Might pay to follow up. Shouldn't take longer than 10 working days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malteasers View Post
    Hey there gals,

    I'm really struggling with pain from the fsh injections making my ovaries inflate. I have very low AMH, and Dr DeA says there's only 3 follicles between my ovaries, so not really at risk of OHSS stuff, but mann am I in pain!

    The good Doc says its endometrial adhesions yanking and twisting all my growing goods in the wrong directions (I have bad endo, but my last clean-out was only a year ago!).

    Looking for tips for managing the pain. Just started Mersyndol Doc suggested this morning, but only just makes a dent in the pain. It's like my worst endo-period pains but non-stop for the last 4 days (I'm day 12 today). I feel like my belly is super hot and constantly at a rolling boil, can't even stand any kind of waistband last 2 days!(Not that anything fits atm!)

    I swear I'm not a wuss- I didn't even feel the scrape barely at all. It's been a few years since my last fhs-stims cycle, but I swear it was never this bad before!

    Any hints gratefully appreciated.
    Hey mate, i have bad endo too. Im just wondering if you're able to take whatever youd normally take for your endo pain? Like smash a ton of naprogesic or ponstan BUT i dont know if you can take these during stims so please check with fs. Im hoping coz its before transfer, you should be able to take painkillers. Soz i cant be more help. My stim pains were never quite as bad as normal endo period pains.

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    @Btae congratulations!!!!
    I know exactly how excited you are - 3 out of 4 of mine were normal too!!!!! I am in shock and what a coincidence that we got the same result!

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    Congrats newbeginnings! My results can't be far away!!

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