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    BFN for us. upset as expected but ready to go again. Big congrats to you Wise Enough.. at least we can rest assured that if we are falling in the 66% BFN someone else out there is getting the BFP this round

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    I'm so sorry Qi. It really is a numbers game. But it can quickly turn around, in January I was a BFN and now I'm BFP. Just gotta keep trying till you get the right one. At least they will know how you respond to drugs now.

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    Sorry to hear Q1 it's a horrible ride! Are you trying again strait away?

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    My doctor is on holidays for a couple weeks so appointment is 17 April and hopefully will go again at the end of April, so having this month off which isn't too bad (perhaps a miracle conception can happen). We only have 1 frozen embryo and not sure whether we should just get that put in or do a whole IVF cycle again? Any thoughts?? Is there still needles and stuff involved with an FET ... my cycle is naturally consistent..

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    Not sure about all fet cycles but mine I have no needles involved. Maybe just crinone if needed. Other then that all natural!
    I would just go with the frozen one and give your body a break rather then going through the whole process again!
    I hope you get you miracle this month though!

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    Yeh my fs said the hormone therapy for FET was just tablets.

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    Was super busy yesterday and didn't get a chance for BT but I did today, gone up to 360 so super happy with that!

    For my FET I was just on progynova then progesterone just before transfer. Super easy

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    Wat day did u start taking the progynova??? And congrats Wise!!

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    Oops! Shouldn't rest on ipad!
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    Latest for me - still can't take anything. Went yesterday to pick up Syneral and get another blood test. This time they just said my progesterone is not the right level to start the spray! Don't know what that means but back again on Sat for another blood test! Sigh


 

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