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29-04-2013 01:06 #313Senior Member
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Going really well thanks SelM22 . Good embryos is great, hopefully you get some good news soon! So if you have good embryos why do you need an ED? Has the FS said that?
Maca - amazing news!!! So exciting You must be thrilled!
29-04-2013 09:17 #314Senior Member
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Yeah we have four top grade embies in the freezer, they were all suppposed to be tested with PGS, but they couldnt amplify the DNA for the testing, so we have to take a chance on them, with a known issue of producing high numbers of abnormals.
We dont need an ED yet...but I am thinking about it. As next cycle will be stim cycle no 8. FS will not talk donor yet, as he says we arent there yet. But Im one of those people who needs to keep my options open and have a clear path ahead. Believe me though my head isnt ready for a donor yet either.
I was commenting on things for Net.
And thanks for the tip about SA. I know people considering going there. We will most likely head to czech republic or croatia if we need to go OS.
and stickies to everyone.
29-04-2013 11:44 #315
SelM22, good luck with your remaining embryos. I sincerely hope your baby is amongst them
I hope the info was not premature but if you are anything like me after numerous setbacks having info about possible next steps or options to research (even if you never need them) often gave me some hope and a sense of control on a long and difficult journey.
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30-04-2013 13:14 #316
Need to pick your brains ladies...
My day 20 bloods are back & doubling every 31 hrs or so. My niggling thought though is with the twins we had day 17 beta of 240, this time I'm at day 16 202. Day 20 for the twins was 1260, this time I'm at 1670... Interesting. For a safe outcome I am praying for an unbelievably strong single- feedback ladies? Or maybe this was meant to be...
30-04-2013 13:31 #317
HCG levels are not always indicative of singleton or twin pregnancies. Progesterone levels are more likely to be a better indicator, but even then you can still have whopping progesterone for a singleton. What I'm saying is it could go either way; huge HCG doesn't always mean twins (or more!).
30-04-2013 16:16 #318
Thankyou Sariele - trying to remain calm
Now we wait.. Scan on May 16th all will be revealed.
01-05-2013 13:06 #319Senior Member
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Hi Maca, hope you can find a way to stay calm chick. Agree totes with Sariele (Hi sariele!) HCG isnt very indicative. Progesterone can be more indicative. Do you know what that is?
I lost twins - early preg loss and my HCG wasnt great, but my prog was pretty high, but really it could have been one or two with my stats.
Totes understand your fear..but you really just have to wait and see hun. Praying for a good outcome for you, the results so far are good.
Let us know how that scan goes. x
01-05-2013 13:55 #320
Hope you are all going OK. Thanks for thinking of me Sel. Rest assured no-one needs to travel overseas for an ED unless they want to. I have been busy on Egg Donation Australia forum and there's loads of donors there. On EDA, you do need to post regularly and become known but those that do that, always seem to get donors after a few months. Not so sure about Aussie Egg Donors, I've jsut rejoined them and am still getting to know them all. I too, am one of those people who needs a Plan B for any kind of peace of mind and saving up for an egg donation cycle is one of mine. I have noticed that moving to donation means that the tyranny of age is past me. I don't have the time pressure I once did. There are finally benefits to giving up on my eggs!
Maca, would you like twins? Fingers crossed either way, like you say a strong singleton would be a blessing.
Sel, I hope your embies pull through for you.
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