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    not sure @Charlie74, that is a bit confusing. unless there's not such a tight window of time they can be transferred? I thought they tried to maintain the days as if it were a natural cycle but maybe it's not crucial? not sure. might be a question for your clinic
    @tuxcat, a support person in EPU sounds good. you can tell your future child you were there to see it at 1cell old. and might be good to hear what they say in EPU as I could never remember and always had to ask DP.

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    @Charlie74 I look at it more from ovulation so if you triggered last night you ovulate Thursday am (or they would do EPU then) then you count 5 days so Friday is day 1, Sat day 2, Sun day 3, Mon day 4 then Tues is day 5 which is transfer day. It's more about putting them back in the oven at the right time well that's how I see it. Even though it's a FET they treat it like a fresh.
    @pingc383 I want to wish you oodles of luck for tomorrow as well. I know your not feeling hugely optimistic but you never just know you could BD pleasantly surprised. Anyway try to get a good sleep tonight and have a wonderful transfer day. x
    @Casaredust I'm hearing you on tired man I'm so tired today as well. I just want to sleep but I need to take my dogs for a walk so I have to get out of bed soon to do that. I have been up cleaning earlier too but I'm just laying down now for ten minutes

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    Every time I hear you's mention @Charlie74 clinic I think of LB. Then I think of BIB calling LB a mole and it cracks me up. I'm sorry charlie74 its random but I found it hilarious the other day when BIB posted that and it's still making me chuckle

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxcat View Post

    @Heyside how are you going?? i cant remember where you are at?
    Thanks for asking hun I am at the giving up stage 😳. My last booster was Sunday and the side effects of that are wearing off and I am not left with much at all and I am 9dp5dt. Already planning a comiseration night out with a friend to drown my sorrows and will try to think where to go from here.
    @Maxwellsmum - Enjoy your sleep, I was tired like that when I first started on the progesterone I wonder if the body just adjusts. Obviously if hcg is in your system that can increase tiredness.

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    @Heyside those late boosters are a right pain in the butt. You cant even put yourself out of your misery at this stage. You just never know. Im always negative nelly so I get it. Whens BT? You could test out the pregnyl and hope those lines never fade?

    @Maxwellsmum yeah BIB is full of those crackers! I always remember one of the first zingers she said when i first joined, something like "back up the estrogen truck" forget what she was referring to but I almost spat out my tea it cracked me up so much


    thanks @winsor yep thats a good way to think of it. the more I do think of it the more ok I am with it and realise its the least I can do. She's not the kind of person to care if I don't want to but I know its the good thing to do. Hows all your cycle stuff coming along? Next week for counselling?


    good luck tomorrow @pingc383

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heyside View Post
    Thanks for asking hun I am at the giving up stage . My last booster was Sunday and the side effects of that are wearing off and I am not left with much at all and I am 9dp5dt. Already planning a comiseration night out with a friend to drown my sorrows and will try to think where to go from here.
    @Maxwellsmum - Enjoy your sleep, I was tired like that when I first started on the progesterone I wonder if the body just adjusts. Obviously if hcg is in your system that can increase tiredness.
    Yeah definately the progesterone.

    I'm sorry your feeling a bit that way . I hope you get a nice surprise but I get it sometimes after a few fails you just sort of accept what will be will be and your expectations are not so high anymore xo

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    @Charlie74 yep you've done all you can, Im feeling very positive for you!

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    @Charlie74 Is it normal to have full on lower back pain exactly 1 week post surgery?

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    Lining Girls, I forget to mention I'm having a baseline cd10 lining scan tomorrow to see if I can get anywhere close to 6mm without any estrogen meds at all. If it's around 4mm I'm happy to repeat it on Monday, cd14 to see if it gets to 6mm on its own. I should ovulate on the weekend but the stress of my surgery may have push it out a few days.
    I don't want to do a kitchen sink protocol of estrogen if I can do it naturally. If I can't it will be the wake up call I need.
    I've always wondered whether forcing my body to produce lining has a counterproductive effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwellsmum View Post
    Every time I hear you's mention @Charlie74 clinic I think of LB. Then I think of BIB calling LB a mole and it cracks me up. I'm sorry charlie74 its random but I found it hilarious the other day when BIB posted that and it's still making me chuckle

    Well she is a (greedy) Mole!!! (IMHO that is!!!)

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