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    Cassidy, I'm hoping that you get a nice surprise on Monday and that in fact it's all good news. The numbers are indeed looking a little low but don't give up until the beta results come back on Monday! I'm keeping everything crossed for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VickyP View Post
    Cassidy, I'm hoping that you get a nice surprise on Monday and that in fact it's all good news. The numbers are indeed looking a little low but don't give up until the beta results come back on Monday! I'm keeping everything crossed for you!
    Same from me to hugz @Cassidy

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    @Cassidy hoping its a just a slow rise and you will get a nice result tomorrow

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    How are you hun @hopefulangel1987? Tried to PM you but your mailbox is full. Let us know how everything is travelling?

    Thinking of you today @Cassidy.

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    Hi hun @VickyP how r you going?oops ill delete some messages ... I had my first scan last thurs and we saw a heartbeat .. Just reading my result though and it says "there is a rounded hypoechoic structure possibly representing a posterior subserisal fibroid measuring 1.2cm" . A little worried about that, havnt seen my GP yet.

    BTW when i wished for M/S i take it back lol the nausea is enough !!!!

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    Default Any experiences with primary IVF #5

    Good to hear that all is tracking well @hopefulangel1987! I'm alright, just trotting along and being busy with work and studies in between it all. Can't wait to get to the end of this long journey.

    I have got 2 fibroids as well, measuring around that size of 1 to 1.2 cm, that despite me having had a surgery 3 years back to remove a whole lot of them so they have grown again - bugger. My OB isn't worried, they are too small to cause problems so I reckon you shouldn't fret about them either until told otherwise. lol about the M/S. it's such a dilemma isn't it?

    See you soon on the graduate thread hun!

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    Good news my levels went way up to 499 no more blood tests just ultrasound at 7 weeks

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    @Cassidy yay so happy for u.

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    Default Any experiences with primary IVF #5

    @VickyP that must he pretty full on, dont know how you do it hun

    I was curious, how come this fibroid was never picked up on my other scans? Will ask gp tomorrow!
    @Cassidy wooo thats great news, happy for you

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    Default Any experiences with primary IVF #5

    That's fantastic news @Cassidy!!! Woohoo! Another graduate! I'm so so happy for you that we were right - the numbers did climb and you have got one little warrior in there. Sending you lots of baby dust! I am so happy for you! your numbers are looking awesome now! Maybe they messed up the beta previously in some way. So weird! But it's all looking GREAT! 🏻🏻

    See you on the graduate thread soon too!
    @hopefulangel1987, lol - you just learn to work with it all. I'm glad to have distractions along the way. It makes it less arduous a journey. 36 weeks is a long wait! I'm been very blessed this whole journey not to mention having everyone on here to accompany me! I should also qualify to say I'm only working PT now, so nope, I'm not one of those supermums, compared to everyone else on here. Haha!

    Hope everyone else is travelling along well and we get more and more graduates!!!!
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