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    I just wanted to wish you the best of luck for your fs appointment tomorrow Gymming x

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    Good luck for your appointment. As a previous poster suggested, I think in a perfect world you should get stim cycles and CGH so you get to transfer a "normal" blastocyst (or make informed decisions knowing more about embryo quality with your own eggs). It's hardly going to bankrupt the clinic, but doing more stims and transfers will impact your life in many ways. Hugs to you, and your special little boy.

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    Big hugs what a horrible position to have been placed in through no fault of your own. Hoping that this horrible tragedy doesn't stop you or others from creating or extending your families.
    Xxx

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    Thank you for your thoughts. I was very nervous but Dr was very accommodating. Discussions focused on what could be done for future. I was told that the Dr had been informed that affected patients won't be out of pocket but wouldn't specify on the number of cycles. He was hopeful that maybe one might produce the desired result. When asked if not, he said he would then go back to management. I made enquiries into preimplantation genetic testing and he didn't persuade me otherwise. Seemed more than happy to add this to my next cycle. I feel happy to be accommodated but a little uneasy that there were no real discussions on the number of cycles. Another appointment in few weeks.

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    Dr told me they were moving their lab during late Nov early Dec so they were trying to coordinate no collections or transfers during the shift. I broke down at that point and told him that I couldn't bear to go through a collection and then have something go wrong in the lab because they were moving. I didn't realise how much this thought affected me. He assured me that wouldn't be an issue. Thank you for all your wonderful comments. You have all provided me great support throughout this week. You have all been through the IVF journey and have an empathy for my situation. Words of thanks will never be enough to express my gratitude towards you all. xxxx

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    So pleased to hear you are feeling well supported and your appointment seemed to go quite well. I don't think it is all that uncommon for embryos to be moved and so I wouldn't worry about this too much as long as they are safe and frozen by then. Hopefully you can squeeze in your cycle before the move. Do you know when you will be getting started?

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    And Gymming I sent you a PM so please check your inbox when you get a chance xo

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    I've had embryos moved a couple of times, including from Brisbane to Melbourne. Try not to stress about it

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    Default Embryos lost after power failure

    Again - huge hugs. No feelings are right or wrong in an assisted fertility journey. If you are feeling fearful about the clinic moving process, even if it seems silly, speak up and the scientists should be able to provide you with some reassurance as to what is in place to keep embryos safe.

    Don't let your mind stew over worries in private - it lets the worries grow and get a life of their own. There are no silly questions. The clinic staff are well paid, and providing you with information is their job.
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    How's it going @Gymming? Do you have a plan for your next cycle?

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