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    Quote Originally Posted by winsor View Post
    @Btae I'm not sure. what does your instinct say to do? the PDG tested does sound like a good option. or you could ask your doctor/embryologist for their input?
    I haven't had a chance to discuss with wazza yet, my instinct says 2 but just not sure which two. Nurse said if we are thinking of siblings then maybe considering fresh ones too.

    I did 2 single FET with Pgd normal embies before, both resulted in BFN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace1 View Post
    @Tahli definitely darker today! Very exciting!!!
    @Btae sorry I'm no help, never had any frozen or even gotten to the point of pgd testing!, so have had to do a fresh stim/transfer each time. But fwiw I'd probably go the pgd tested normal. What does Warren suggest? Good luck deciding x
    Looks like pgd normal should be the way to go, I will discuss with wazza during my next scan, thanks hun.

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    Far out, trust me to get what appeared to be the work experience kid

    Follicle wise, there are only two tiny ones, but considering I don't need eggs I guess that's not a big deal anyway.

    Lining scan....Grrrrrr!

    He said he couldn't get a clear picture of the length of my lining. "Normally we would expect to see a defined line from start to finish but as you can see it's just really blurry."

    He got 2 measurements of 6mm but he's not sure they are definitive. He's going to pass on the results to someone more qualified.

    WTF?! Has anyone ever had an unclear lining scan before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green lady View Post
    @Btae - having done PGD myself I would transfer the PGD normal without a doubt. It gives you the best chance and avoids a potential miscarriage if transferring an unknown which can take you out for 2 months. Grading bears no relationship to chromosomal normality in my view. .
    Valid points, I will go with pgd normal ones. Thanks dear!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxcat View Post
    Haven't read up properly as I'm at work and have been a nervous wreck all morning, sweaty palms and all but all 4 looking great at 7 cells!!! I feel Like I could burst into tears with relief will catch up properly tonight xxx

    Good Sh!t Luv!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Btae View Post
    I haven't had a chance to discuss with wazza yet, my instinct says 2 but just not sure which two. Nurse said if we are thinking of siblings then maybe considering fresh ones too.

    I did 2 single FET with Pgd normal embies before, both resulted in BFN.

    I'd put the PGD normal back in with the best of the fresh one's Luv or the PGD Normal in with the untested one or 2 of the fresh one's that aren't suitable to be PGD tested....something along those lines
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Far out, trust me to get what appeared to be the work experience kid

    Follicle wise, there are only two tiny ones, but considering I don't need eggs I guess that's not a big deal anyway.

    Lining scan....Grrrrrr!

    He said he couldn't get a clear picture of the length of my lining. "Normally we would expect to see a defined line from start to finish but as you can see it's just really blurry."

    He got 2 measurements of 6mm but he's not sure they are definitive. He's going to pass on the results to someone more qualified.

    WTF?! Has anyone ever had an unclear lining scan before?

    Well that's frucking annoying isn't it Luv?????

    Sounds like a work experience kid!!!!

    What now??? Back in a few days for a rescan????

    I've never personally had an issue getting a lining scan before.

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    Not sure @BIB. The clinic is meant to call me this arvo to discuss the 'results' so we'll see what they have to say about it. I guess that since the cycle will go ahead with or without a transfer we might just end up getting a scan up in QLD when we go there next week...

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    @Blossom74 how annoying! If it's atleast 6 then you're doing fine I would've thought but that's just really frustrating. Hope the nurses can clarify

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    Hi lovelies, I just found this thread as was wondering why everyone was so quiet I haven't caught up with all the updates (there are so many!!). Hope you all are doing well and getting closer to the end goal.

    I started on Wazza's supplements recently and wondering if I should take Megafol (5mg) as I am compound heterozygous for MTHFR C677T and A1298C polymorphins? Is there anyone here in the same situation that may be able to shed some light? Thanks so much!

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