Hi everyone sorry about this quick message, I am on my phone as the wifi seems to be down for some reason
Bongley and amiee999 just remember that it only takes one, your little embies might be strong fighters.
I agree with the comment about the worst part of the transfer being the full bladder, I was so uncomfortable with the amount of water I found it difficult to even walk from the car to the clinic lol.
Anyone who is in the tww and finding things difficult I am thinking of you such a difficult time and so frustrating as it this point there isn't much action we can take.
Ladydee - hope you got your issue sorted with the progesterone I am sure all will be good though hun if you have started it now.
Afm - Had some spotting yesterday of fresh blood so thinking the only thing keeping af away is the progesterone. Oh well onwards and upwards have to movr on, hoping for a better cycle next time with maybe some embryos getting to the freeze stage. Only thing is as I will be doing another down regulated cycle I will have to do a month on the pill
Sorry for all those ladies I have missed so hard on the phone.
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01-10-2014 13:09 #971
01-10-2014 13:24 #972
Sorry for the double post from the October thread
Today I have had spotting on and off - brownish/pinkish colour
It is 4dp5dt
A bit scared that it is my AF coming really early - when I have a 28 day cycle I spot before hand for maybe a day or 2 - Its 9dpo but CD26
Trying not to think about it too much - almost wish I hadn't spotted at all as now I'm loo paper watching
01-10-2014 13:46 #973
@Heyside I'm sorry AF is coming its not been a great thread this one, we need some more BFPs! I feel your pain about the pill and long reg. Its like they invented that protocol just to torture us. It was even worse as I get my period before the progesterone is finished and the nurses would tell me to finish that up which would be another 4 days. By then I'd missed that first period to start the pill and would have to wait ANOTHER month. So screw that, now I just tell them my period has started conveniently at the end of the progesterone course and I go on the pill as day 1.
The problem with my embie is that it is showing absolutely no signs of being strong or a fighter and was looking like a fragmented lame horse running 1 day late. If it makes it I will happily eat my words and buy it a car on its 18th birthday as an apology.
01-10-2014 13:53 #974
Don't give up hope for your little emby. They 2 they put back for us were early blastoycysts and they were watching 2 - 1 a morula and 1 an early blastocyst and the following day, whilst they weren't good enough quality to freeze they had continued to grow and were a blastocyst and a hatching blasto (or expanded blasto - one of the 2). This gave me hope that my other two had kept growing especially as they were better cells and cavity.
Don't give up hope xx
01-10-2014 14:04 #975
@jeb8303 Thanks. In the words of monty python "it is a dead parrot" ha, no I'm just joking. I'm not going to go out drinking and partying but lets just say I'm not exactly avoiding soft cheese and sushi at this point.
The last cycle I had was the best looking embie we'd managed, an expanding blastocyst and that fizzled out so bring on the underdog I say. Go the three legged horse!
01-10-2014 14:14 #976
As my FS said to me on transfer day "many A grade babies have come from b grade embryos" - after telling us we had a 10-15% chance of either implanting - I am too hoping, that with this spotting I have had today, the cramping, and stabbing in the boobs, that the pipsqueaks have defied the odds and one or both have implanted.
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01-10-2014 14:45 #977
Hi all, we had our transfer this morning. We only ended up with 2 blastocyst embies so they put the best of those in and will freeze the other, they are giving the remaining ones another day but didn't look hopeful. So am officially in the TWW, BT on 13th Oct.
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01-10-2014 16:39 #979
Hey @jaybu84 are you ok post juicer zap? omg. what a stressful week and especially day. 1 more day til BT! if it makes you feel better studies show large amounts of stress does not affect positive IVF outcome. Good thing or none of us will ever get pregnant.
@Ladydee for me it was 1 day after EPU, with EPU being day zero. so you are good I think, I was getting some cramping and spotting that was getting heavier and heavier so I double dosed on crinone and called my FS as I felt I was getting AF. She told me it was normal, but it sure as hell did not feel like it and now with the higher dose bleeding has stopped and all good. Hope I was not too late so get them to keep checking your progesterone. I got a BT today to check my levels again. I wish I started it earlier but I just follow orders. @Grace1 we are at the same clinic but we have different instructions huh?
@Bongley Our little embies are the same age I think, we had transfer different days but they are both day 6 now? wonder when they implant. I think tomorrow?? I am super vigilant with my medicine, I have alarms going on all over the place and inject to the minute. I do think the meds that need to be in the fridge are very unstable and it would probably not kill you but the potency is affected severely. Don't give up faith on your embie, you may have to save for a red sports car sooner rather than later!
@puppystellasmum congrats on being PUPO
@jeb8303 hang in there, you may be in for some double happiness yet!
AFM - am I the only person in the history of IVF that does not give a damn about the 2ww? most people say this is the most stressful time but I am fine - not anxious, don't plan on doing any HPT or anything. Not counting down the days. Just plodding along. Is something wrong with me?! maybe as I had rather heavy spotting the first day after transfer little embie fell out already!?
01-10-2014 17:00 #980Senior Member
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@straycat - I'm totally fine after my run in with the juicer! Haha thank goodness. I was pretty angry when it happened though and some irrational hormonal fun may have kicked in just before I yelled at my boss for letting it happen haha (we've had probs in that area for months!). I can't believe you are so calm in your TWW, I think you may be an anomaly - I'm totally jealous of your composure. I don't know about other ladies but for me, I've been an impatient person for as long as I can remember and also a stress head from early childhood and controlling situations became a way to cope (slowly learning to use other ways). All of that combined does not make for a fun TWW when you literally can't do anything about the outcome. I think that's why it sends me so loopy 😊
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