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    Thanks everyone xox

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    @sophdask fingers crossed those numbers keep rising (48's not far from 50)

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    Hi Sophdask... Praying that ur numbers rise quickly Come on embies ...

    Babee... If u want u can actually ask the genetics team as to what problem was actually written in the report along the result of the pgd. Sending u all my good luck wishes for your coming epu and results...

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    Thanks @Sue77. So they will explain more than which chromosome was the issue?

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    Hi Babee , what I was told in my genetic counselling session was that in this type of pgd, the difference is that they can track the source of the abnormality plus the time when it happened that is before fertilization or after , that is why they took bloods from me and dh on the morning of epu. Were your bloods taken that day as well? Please don't stress about all this , it's just an option if you want to know. You are already in your next cyclejust want this cycle to go well for u.

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    Hi Sophdask how r u feeling ? Praying for you...You are very close to 50 .. So the chances of everything going good are very high... Do they expect a HCG of 50 plus on the blood test day?

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    They don't classify anything under 50 as a viable positive but they do repeat blood tests just in case. Most viable pregnancies will have a number in the 200s. I have been in this situation so many times. Normally by the repeat blood test the number has gone back to zero or it has gone up for a few weeks then MC. It sucks getting a positive and then having to wait it out. I really hope your little emby gets going

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    Good luck sophdask!

    ladies, which nurse is the one to go for? I've been given a list to choose from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emee View Post
    Good luck sophdask!

    ladies, which nurse is the one to go for? I've been given a list to choose from.
    @Emee ooh how come you get to choose? I have Aimee & she's so lovely! 😊

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    Charlotte was the best but on mat leave and I really like Chloe


 

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