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    Uhm, some part of me was that as well, maybe my cervix. He complimented my vagina then trashed my cervix I think. He asked if my transfers were very painful because of it, and went on to explain that painful transfers = lower rates of success (LB had explained this too). I explained that I take Valium and Panadeine Forte for my transfers. He said to add (vile) Brandy. I wonder if a Baileys, minus the milk would have the same warming effects?
    And yes @BlondeinBrisvegas my head HURTS...ALOT!!! My posts are a bit bland because I feel like I've been hit over the head with a brick! Up at 4.30am and home at 11pm. Osteo apt in 2 hours. I might just fall asleep on the table!! Zzzzzz.....
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    If it helps, i did double spray several times when i had a blocked nose or couldnt taste it when i sniffed. Id never heard of ovulating either. I thought it was to totally shut down your system so how would taking more fire it back up? It didnt affect my cycles though.

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    @Tahli thats exactly what 3 specialists have said to me re the Adenomyosis and no hard facts about it preventing implantation/pregancy - that included a top Endometriosis Professor/Surgeon who did my lap. But given you have had trouble with DE it might be worth doing the treatment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    @midnite01....You POAS and didn't post a photo up? I no comprende....

    @Tahli, big hugs lovely. I know you will be back when you've figured out your path and digested Wazza's words. Just know that I am thinking of you. And remember...IVF is all about problem solving. There are very few of us who are still on our originally intended paths, but we all find a way to move forward. Big hugs hon

    AFM....

    Busy, busy week. I'm an accountant and it's tax time Crazy busy. And on top of that, my Mum and Dad, who desperately wish they were rich and could help me with my upcoming donor cycle - but can't - have asked me to sell their little campervan (Seriously, it's a nice little van but barely worth anything) - and have told me they will give me commission on the sale

    Bless them, they need every cent that's in that van lol, and it has created lots of work. I've never sold a vehicle before so there was lots of research to do, and all the time that goes into advertising and responding to dead-end inquiries....well, didn't that fall at the perfect time of year, lol. (And it's still not sold yet, BTW.)

    Today...Hubby has to mow the lawns, I have housework to do, we have a library trip scheduled and we are off to the markets this morning. We do try and cram as much as we can into each day

    Have a lovely weekend ladies
    @Blossom74 thats so lovely about your mum n dads offer. After my 3rd failed cycle my 65 year old (menopausal for 20 years) mother offered to have a baby for me. She said, "im not too old. I saw it on t.v. on 60 minutes". I literally laughed in her face but then realised she was serious so apologised and had to explain "those older ladies you see on t.v. arent using their own eggs, mum. And, giving birth at 65 could kill you." Lol, and i got all defensive about my uterus coz as far as i know, im blessed in that i think my 'oven' is ok. Im a bit scared that DE cycles will prove overwise and I'll find out ive got other probs. But anyway, worry about that later. It was really lovely to know that my mum cares so much though. I dream about the moment when I'll be able to say, "Mum, ive got something to tell you."

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    @Tahli wow that's a lot to process! He does leave your head spinning! As for the compliment lol and he's seen a lot of them lol I'm guessing he never told ME that because hubby was there with me lol!! He is funny and just says it like it is. That's a lot of drugs isn't it? It is understandably overwhelming. Ten vials of blood! What a day for you! His cycles are intense to be on. I'm glad you are at peace knowing your eggs are over. He told me the same, but I am going with my eggs for a little longer. He is THE MAN in my opinion. And just for the record his protégé , Charlotte is amazing too.

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    @Tahli im sorry that you had to hear the "your eggs are f r u c k e d speech." When i heard it, i had like an out of body experience, where i was looking at myself objectively and thinking, "why arent you crying? Why havent you fallen yo the floor and curled up in the fetal position". I think i was literally 'in shock'. Took a few days to process and it was kinda surreal. Wandered around the house for days, staring into space, actually saying out loud to myself "i cant believe this has actually happened to me??? " So, its a real grief type experience. You go through all the stages of grief psycologists go on about.
    Im really glad that you got some info, diagnosis and a plan though. Imagibe if you had gone all that way and he couldnt tell you anything useful. I never went to see wazza, it was my plan b but i decided to skip plan b and go to DE instead. I try and tell myself that wazza prob would have said, "you can cycle OE a few more times if you want but then u should use DE." But thats just what i have to tell myself. Im glad that you actually have real info and advice to go on.
    P.S. im lying in bed, ljke, 'how come no ones ever said i have a beautiful vagina? Is my vagina ugly? What makes a vagina good looking as oppossed to ugly? Now that i think about it i dont think ive actually ever seen another 'real live' vagina besides my own. Should i get a hand mirror and a stack of porn and start doing some research?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxcat View Post
    @Tahli thats exactly what 3 specialists have said to me re the Adenomyosis and no hard facts about it preventing implantation/pregancy - that included a top Endometriosis Professor/Surgeon who did my lap. But given you have had trouble with DE it might be worth doing the treatment.
    @tuxcat Did you have an MRI? Apparently there's no Medicare rebate and will cost around $500 with a 4-6week wait for an apt. Hells bells. Have you had surgical treatment for yours and did you get any symptoms of having it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinachris View Post
    @Tahli wow that's a lot to process! He does leave your head spinning! As for the compliment lol and he's seen a lot of them lol I'm guessing he never told ME that because hubby was there with me lol!! He is funny and just says it like it is. That's a lot of drugs isn't it? It is understandably overwhelming. Ten vials of blood! What a day for you! His cycles are intense to be on. I'm glad you are at peace knowing your eggs are over. He told me the same, but I am going with my eggs for a little longer. He is THE MAN in my opinion. And just for the record his protégé , Charlotte is amazing too.
    I think thats good and its important to try with your own eggs however much you need to, to either get that bfp or just "know" when it feels right to stop. Its different for everyone. xox

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @tuxcat Did you have an MRI? Apparently there's no Medicare rebate and will cost around $500 with a 4-6week wait for an apt. Hells bells. Have you had surgical treatment for yours and did you get any symptoms of having it?
    Nope they just always suspected it and then when I had a lap it was confirmed and I have pictures of it! They don't do surgical treatments - there really is nothing they can do for it except the zoladex/synarel thing. Ive always had painful periods but I don't get heavy ones so Im guessing the pain is maybe related but when Ive read up about others experiences with it some people end up getting a hysterectomy because they have a lot of pain with it on a daily basis. Mine is significant but it doesnt really cause me anything unmanageable. FWIW my current FS said Zoladex is a much more unpleasant drug compared with Synarel and she was wary about putting me on it for long as she said there is a risk of your system never being able to get back up again. She prefers to use Synarel which is why Im on that instead. Food for thought.
    You could skip the MRI and just do the zola/syn and start now so you can do your transfer as soon as possible. Thats what I would do. An MRI is only going to cost you money to confirm something he's pretty sure you have.

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    @Tahli pretty sure @faithandhopellove did Zoladex before her BFP

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