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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Thank you @Tinachris and @BlondeinBrisvegas! @BlondeinBrisvegas, so in cycle 4, what dose of FSH were you on in comparison to cycle 5? Sorry for the gazillions questions. I'm making a **** load of notes for my appointment and was curious as to the dose!

    I'm going to have to agree with your comments about saizen... $800 later and it didn't make a difference.. The quality was about as **** as the first round :/

    Will come back to you a bit later with the dosages Luv..am about to head out the door to an appointment.

    Back later....

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    good idea @Billie2. keep in mind with the early scans you might not see too much eg a heartbeat yet. hopefully they can see the sac in the right spot & ease your mind.
    @pingc383 it's good to take notes but keep in mind everyone's body reacts differently so sometimes it's not effective to compare doses

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    @Billie2 good move! Next week find another doctor down the road if you need piece of mind! I like it!!

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    @pingc383 @winsor is totally right, comparing doses isn't going to necessarily mean it will work for you, like it did for @BIB. Otherwise I'd be doing her cycle too! Unfortunately in this game it's trial and error and that's what makes it so bl00dy frustrating no matter how many cycles in you are.

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    @Tinachris I feel bad. I could even see the oil slick on my pee in the jar from the Oripro! I asked her to do my left arm because I still had a bruise from yesterdays BT on my right arm! Now I wish I had just let it go. I don't want a scan. Wayyyyyyyyy to early.

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    @Billie2 cancel the scan. Wait for the blood results. Could you call for them instead of going in if you don't want to? Yeah the oil slick is so gross in the loo let alone a pee jar. You felt like you needed the piece of mind when you went in there, you're not doing anything wrong. Just omitting some ivf information. I know it would make me uncomfortable being sneaky but if it gave me piece of mind at the end of it when I walked out the door it would be worth the effort.

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    @Billie2 - only thing is blood test won't tell you much as only one day apart - but will at least show a rise which will be of come comfort. The scan won't show much. I had a scan at 5 weeks once and they couldn't tell me anything except to say it was an "early intrauterine pregnancy" which at least tells you it's in the right place. It won't give you any comfort other than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinachris View Post
    @Billie2 cancel the scan. Wait for the blood results. Could you call for them instead of going in if you don't want to? Yeah the oil slick is so gross in the loo let alone a pee jar. You felt like you needed the piece of mind when you went in there, you're not doing anything wrong. Just omitting some ivf information. I know it would make me uncomfortable being sneaky but if it gave me piece of mind at the end of it when I walked out the door it would be worth the effort.
    This is exactly what I was thinking @Billie2. You're not doing anything wrong - just looking after yourself. I was told they can't see anything on scan until hcg is around 1000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnite01 View Post
    Sorry @Blossom74 no rustling of poas from me tonight. I even walked into cw for something today and didnt come out with any.


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    @greenlady my planning ahead failed miserably. I will cancel my scan. It wasn't my intention. I will call for my BT, Im not going back if I don't have to. I just want to pretend its not happening to tbh. Im actually over it. I picked the wrong GP who had their own pathology onsite that he marched me to. Serve myself right for playing the system.

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