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    Quote Originally Posted by Lastchance75 View Post
    So hcg is on the low side of 64. I feel like the same thing is going to happen again. Last time without the kitchen approach it was 59 and that didn't go well.

    I'm so sad.
    Don't count yourself out. I know this happened before but each time is different and you just gotta hope those numbers rise nicely.
    Best of luck! Xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lastchance75 View Post
    Not sure about estrogen. It progesterone was 140
    That progesterone is a great number and I would ve looking on the positive side of things. Even with lots of progesterone support my progesterone on all my MC never got above 40.
    I have everything crossed for you! Xx

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    I'm so sorry @Mink. It's so bloody hard not to mention the emotional toll. @lastchance I'm keeping my fingers and toes crossed for you! ❤️ Try and stay positive! Thank you for welcoming me to the group everyone. Is Dr M the Sydney doctor? This is all new to me. I rang yesterday and got a phone appointment for 24 November. She didn't say what time though. TGIF. Terrible weather here in Melbs.

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    Thanks @Olive79 I just have to keep thinking positive.

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    Mink I'm so sorry, have you been checked with MRI for adenomyosis? It will prevent implantation. Also PGD is a good idea so you know if it's you or the embie, especially on all these drugs. I'm a big fan of match testing & LIT too, got me my baby girl who is now 5 weeks old! That & zoladex & IVIG etc etc Big hugs it sucks so badly, don't give up!

    Just want to let you all know there is a FB group, all welcome. It's private but you have to join with your real name & introduce yourself etc. all girls have been on this thread, if you want to join PM me your email address & I'll send to a group moderator. It's a really wonderful group & offers extra support with loads of experience xxx

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    Yes Dr M is in Sydney. If it is a phone consult you won't get an exact time but usually a time he will call after, eg he will call after 3pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VanessaM View Post
    I'm so sorry @Mink. It's so bloody hard not to mention the emotional toll. @lastchance I'm keeping my fingers and toes crossed for you! ❤️ Try and stay positive! Thank you for welcoming me to the group everyone. Is Dr M the Sydney doctor? This is all new to me. I rang yesterday and got a phone appointment for 24 November. She didn't say what time though. TGIF. Terrible weather here in Melbs.
    I never really got times either but Gweneth (nicknamed G on here, she is the coordinator) would email day of or day before with an approx time. She always emailed if he was running late for whatever reason also.
    It's s bit of an unusual operation there but I have never been let down by them.

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    @Mink massive hugs, look after yourself. I find taking some timeout and forget about all these for a few days helps, then regroup to think about what is next.
    @Lastchance75 hun fx for a decent hcg number tomorrow. The wait sucks big time. Hugs

    @VenessaM welcome hun

    Hi to everyone!

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    @PreciousHeart thank you yes I've had an MRI for the pelvic area (MRI was done to investigate pelvic and nerve pain). There was no mention of adenomyosis. My endo specialist thinks I have it but he hasn't seen my MRI report/images. I'll have to bring it next time I see him. I'm coming around to the idea of PGD testing more and more being on this thread. So I will def bring that up too. Zoladex does scare me though. I already have low AMH and get very minimal eggs from a stim cycle. I don't want the little amt of eggs I have to be bad quality too (if they're not already). How many transfers did it take with Dr M before you got your BFP?

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    @Btae thank you. It's a bit annoying that I can't do another transfer this cycle but I'm glad to not be on any drugs or doing any injections for the next 4 weeks or so. It's just that prior to this, I'd had to postpone for about 6 months for a whole lot of reasons so I just wanna get on with it. Oh well. Hopefully December will be my lucky month


 

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