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    Quote Originally Posted by Billie2 View Post
    @Charlie74 that was so perfectly worded.
    @gorgeousgeorge You always know what to say. And add in a lesson for all if us. If one more person tells me that "things happen for a reason" I will rip off their head and sh1t down their neck.. In a nice way.. Anyone who says that hasn't walked into a children's ward.
    Yeah @Billie2 its scary learning that there truly is no rhyme or reason to life. Its not like a story where bad people get what they deserve, good always triumphs, and the complications are always resolved in the end. Its hard to live life, knowing all that. At least we're walking around with our eyes open. Despite our moments of bitterness, i think it makes us better people...like, we all understand more about life than many other people. (Despite my posts to others, im still a totes crazy nut bag. And rarely take my own advice. Its much easier to give other people support than to give it to yourself, i find) You're lovely. Im glad you're my friend xox

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwellsmum View Post
    Thanks your right and i love your post.
    I just had a thought really that if it was something else (not IVF related) and you were comparing it I'll use the olympics again where you train your guts out for 4 years with a team then go to an olympics and everyone else in your team gets gold and you come last. BUT you pick yourself up dust yourself off and start training again then go to the next olympics and same deal you get last and everyone else gets first and some get first again two olympics in a row so they quit and go off into retirement; then times that by ten olympics but you miss a few of them due to breaking your leg in training so they pull you out and then well yes I'd be pretty bloody well fed up with it all. I don't think most people would be able to do it (the olympics version).
    That's kind of how I feel really.
    @Maxwellsmum well, if i was watching you in the olympics on tv, i would be going for you and i would be in tears watching you, not because it was sad, but because i would be so in awe of how hard you have struggled and how amazing it is to see what humans can endure and still keep on keeping on. Despite how much it hurts, i truly believe there is a real nobility and honour in struggling and enduring and continuing the race. I admire those olympians even more than the usain bolt- michael phelps peeps. Everyone does. Those "greatest olympic moments" compilations never have the multiple medalists in them. They always have the people that fell over, the people that stopped to help a fellow competitor, the people who got injured and still tried to finish, that runner guy whose dad jumped the barrier to help him hobble over the line when he busted his hamstring, the Eddie the Eagles, jamiacan bobsled teams, etc...etc... (Although it would be nice if you could be the stephen bradbury for once).

    Please know that im thinking of you xox

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    @Billie2 i really would love to see how you're gonna rip off someone's head and **** down their throat "in a nice way" baahaahaa

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    @Caesardust I've never seen embryo pics like that from CFC. I hate to sound completely daft, but what am I looking at? The progression of the two gorgeous embryos you have bedding in now??
    @Tahli these are my 12 embryos on day 5 in the embryoscope. You can see two didn't get past 1 cell. Another two are morulas on day 5. 2 blastocysts were filled with fluid over 50% which is good and they were the two 2AB transferred. The other 5 were early blastocysts and I will find out tomorrow if they were all frozen. They also gave me a sub to watch the progress of the embryos over the 5 days as a video. Amazing!

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    Hi everyone,

    So I just poas and BFN at 12dpo.
    This was my 5th cycle. I'm stopping the crinone.

    I need a plan B. And I think my plan B is Wazza.

    From what I understand, there is a waiting list? How does this work?
    Do I just call, ask for an appointment with him, and I get put on a waiting list?

    Also will he request for all the preliminary tests to be done again?

    And roughly, how much wd cost a cycle?

    Sorry for so many questions.

    I just need to put actions in place coz I'm slowly losing hopes here...

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    @LillyM don't stop the crinone yet it's early still. Sorry you're feeling negative but I would at least do it today and test again tomorrow as I think 13dpo is more reliable. X

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    @LillyM I agree with @tuxcat Luv....Wait one more day and do another test tomorrow. If nothing's changed, then stop the meds if you want to ok??? 12dpo can be too early for a lot of woman to have something show up

    As for Wazza, yes, just call his rooms and ask to make an appointment with him (be prepared to be told some ridiculous date 6 or more months down the track) then ask to go on the "cancellation list". At some point you'll have to get a referral from your GP for him but you'll have ages to do that. You'll have to get a copy of your file from the clinic from where you are now and have that sent up to him or take it with you (I had mine faxed over to him as I was just moving from one FS to another within QFG) but some of the other Girls who have gone from a different Clinic to see him can tell you what their old Clinic did in regards to that.

    R.E the preleminary tests...he'll probably decide that once he reviews your file and that will prob be based on how long ago they were done and what tests were done. He may want to repeat some and do other new one's etc. I don't know how much a Cycle costs now. One of his current Girls will be able to help you out with that

    It so frucking hard trying to find any hope when you're staring down the barrel of anther potential bloody BFFN I know Am glad you're getting a Plan B together as that's often what helps to keep that little spark of hope alive plus helps to keep you going
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    Wazza's waiting list is at least 12 months long at the moment. Jump on the cancellation list for sure. I think there's about 35 on it. Good luck for testing in the next few days, xx.

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    Thanks Girls, I'll keep taking the Crinone for a couple of days then...

    12 months waiting list!!!! Omg!!!

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    Ahh, I see @Caesardust! I had 10 embryos in my head so didn't realise they were your 12 seperate embryos. Daft me! Good luck for 5 in the freezer. Did you see my post about your ED being relisted. When do you fly home? I bet you're filled with happiness! What a trip hey?!!

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