Wishing all Sept / October girls lots of healthy eggs and double blue lines I'm out for this month and will be going again in November. Good luck everyone !
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13-10-2014 13:43 #41
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14-10-2014 08:32 #44
amiee999 - So sorry to hear that hun, will be joining you in November too just waiting for everything to be confirmed in a few weeks at my specialist appointment.
14-10-2014 16:12 #45
@Bongley @Heyside @amie999 my AF arrived 3 days after I stopped progesterone which is pretty standard I think. Anyway its so painful and the worse period I have had for a long time. Sorry about TMI but I nearly had to go to hospital as there was so much blood I am surprised I have any left in my body. It was like I had a haemmorage. Nightmare. Not only dealing with BFN but now this. I take more painkillers for this AF than I did for EPU! Was/is yours bad?
14-10-2014 16:41 #46
So sorry to hear that Straycat, just out of interest were your hcg levels 0 or just very low at your blood test? Sounds like something is very different for you last cycle. Have your clinic any idea whats going on. My af was its usual none exsistant self it only lasted 3 days and was extremely light on days 2 and 3 frustrating as its only been this way since ttc #2.
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14-10-2014 17:37 #47
thanks for your message @Heyside I'm seeing my FS tomorrow to talk about what's next, my hCG was 2 at beta. My last cycle I only got to EPU stage so AF just arrived exactly 28 days which is my usual cycle. I usually get a bit of pain due to endo but this is really abnormal. Today is a bit better thankfully and hope tomorrow the worst of it will be over.
14-10-2014 20:16 #48
@straycat oh that sounds terrible. I have had a couple of very heavy periods (which are unusual for me) , once after a chemical and I can't remember if the other time was after my other chemical but definitely after a stim cycle. All soaked through my pyjamas and pad and to the mattress. Ugh, was a bit of a shock.
14-10-2014 20:19 #49
Also the progesterone never delays my period. I always get it by day 12.
14-10-2014 20:56 #50Senior Member
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Thanks very much ladies for all the good wishes, I have been reading along and feel for those with bfns this cycle. So hope it works out for a very sticky cycle next round! I can't thank you all enough for the amazing support you have all shown me we probably will take some time off and have talked about the next cycle being poss jan/feb. DH is being amazingly attentive and it has brought us closer together which is a positive to take from this experience. Taking lots of time to recover.
Would love to stick around though to see how you all go as I would love to cheer from the sidelines when you guys get bfp's or try and provide the same support you all showed me when things don't go quite right x
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