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    @Summer I guess the only thing you can do is move on to DE and get everything set up, including a different type of progesterone support...and still shag away with a natural pregnancy likely in about another 3 months or so, knowing your pattern, but don't do the pessaries this time. Either way, I can only imagine how sh*te you feel right now. It's so heartbreakingly frustrating when you can get an embryo to implant but then it won't go any further. It's very easy to blame your own body and start heading towards a dark place. Please don't. We're here to support you.

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    Well done on your frozen embies @skeeter.

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    @Blossom74 Yep, 30 hun. Although Dr Matthias likes it well above 30. Warren said to me 20 to 30.

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    Well done @LillyM!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Summer I guess the only thing you can do is move on to DE and get everything set up, including a different type of progesterone support...and still shag away with a natural pregnancy likely in about another 3 months or so, knowing your pattern, but don't do the pessaries this time. Either way, I can only imagine how sh*te you feel right now. It's so heartbreakingly frustrating when you can get an embryo to implant but then it won't go any further. It's very easy to blame your own body and start heading towards a dark place. Please don't. We're here to support you.

    Yes exactly what @Tahli said times two @Summer.
    Please don't ever blame yourself. EVER. It's so shifty, it truly is and you don't deserve this. None of us do and I won't spin you any of that everything happens for a reason crap because it just doesn't sometimes and sometimes life's just cruel and unfair.
    I truly think though that you summer like most of us will get your baby in arms one way or another and you will make an amazing mumma. xxoo
    @LillyM I saw your post now congrats on egg pick up and good luck

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    @Caesardust. Woo Flipping Hoo!! You're so lucky to have been given an update. Are you flying out tonight? It must be lovely peace of mind flying into CT having that information. Travel well!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    Is it normal to bleed after an FET? It's brown in colour, but I didn't have an EPU and every time I ask my FS she says it's from the EPU, which I didn't have.. Not sure if it's from the vag or the uterus...
    Brown bloods old blood. They may have it irritated your cervix at transfer. If it's not alot and it's not AF then it should be okay.������

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billie2 View Post
    @Caesardust wow thats a perfect progress report. Im going to sound really stupid here, but with an DE all her eggs are for you? So potentially you can end up with a good haul of eggs and potentially a nice frozen supply. Yes, I just asked the dumbest question on the thread.
    God bless all the amazing DE's on this planet. What a gift.
    @midnite01 how did you go??
    @Billie2 You can also egg share in Cape Town. So for example @Caesardust and I could have shared the same donor and split the egg haul. We'd just need to have a very clear agreement about splitting an odd number. It helps to reduce the costs. It would be lovely to have half siblings amongst friends. Although tricky emotionally if it worked out for one of you and not the other.

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    @Maxwellsmum A simple question...can you return the pen to QFG?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Summer I guess the only thing you can do is move on to DE and get everything set up, including a different type of progesterone support...and still shag away with a natural pregnancy likely in about another 3 months or so, knowing your pattern, but don't do the pessaries this time. Either way, I can only imagine how sh*te you feel right now. It's so heartbreakingly frustrating when you can get an embryo to implant but then it won't go any further. It's very easy to blame your own body and start heading towards a dark place. Please don't. We're here to support you.
    Thanks @Tahli I guess that is the only thing to do, but I'm feeling pretty stupid now for even using the pessaries when my progesterone was 76. I didn't need them. Well not that day anyway. I had suspected a couple of times it could possibly have had a negative effect but I used them at the first sign of a squinter so figured they were just chems. But now thinking back, I never had a chem prior to using progesterone, just the miscarriages which don't seem to be related to progesterone deficiency, but more likely old eggs / MTHFR / clotting / auto-immune / NKC although only MTHFR has shown up on tests.

    You are right & thank you for being so sensible - I keep doing what I'm doing, see if I'm lucky enough to fall pregnant again in the next few months & if I do, I won't go near the pessaries unless my progesterone is too low & in any case will use a different brand. But it could not be related at all, so who knows?

    All the while planning a DE trip for late this year, or early next year. I can't keep on like this though, it's emotionally devastating & I can't keep putting myself through this hell.

    Thanks everyone for your support, especially when I've been absent & not doing personals. I have been reading along & cheering from the sidelines - or commiserating - I just haven't been able to face posting too much. xxxx

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