I am not going to get any reassurance I'm afraid. My ob rang yesterday to say a hr of 88 was low but he has seen pregnancies that low that had continued. Seems like it's not great odds to me.
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05-12-2014 07:11 #251
05-12-2014 07:37 #252
Nereid I have heard someone ask there FS about transfered embies falling out. The reply was that it was like peanut butter sandwich in there.
Bertie congrats on being pupo. I bought my first ever ovulation predictor kit this week so we are giving the timed baby dance a go. I figure we have as much chance as the IVF working.
Leyshoja thinking of you and crossing everything.
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05-12-2014 08:09 #253Senior Member
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07-12-2014 08:33 #254
Egg transfer was yesterday and I am still traumatised after it. Turns out I have a small prolapse which resulted in over 40 mins worth of vaginal exams, and 14 different attempts to find my cervix by two different doctors , I was bawling crying it was so painful, in the end they wanted to cancel it but I said if it doesn't happen today I am never coming back. Thankfully the next steno although excruciating she found my cervix and it was all systems go. We had one blastocyst and an early blasto put back. I cried for about 3 hours afterwards and this morning it's still sore. Please God one of those is a sticky one so I don't have to go through that torture again.
So the dreaded tww has commenced and BT is on 22nd. That's 16 days post 5dt don't think I will be able to hold out that long and don't really want to find out its negative on Christmas week.
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07-12-2014 09:08 #256Senior Member
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Killarney..... oh that's just dreadful. I had one ET in the early days which was so painful, that I was pretty much fainted right there on the bed, so I know what you mean. I told my FS at the time that it wasn't right, but he didn't readjust the speculum and kept going. I remember being in so much pain and if my DH wasn't there for that one I think I would have fell off the bed. Each ET since, I freak out that it will be like that time, but thankfully they've all been as easy as pie. But the good news is that you're now PUPO with a blast and an early blast inside, which sounds hopeful.
08-12-2014 08:12 #257
10-12-2014 14:35 #258
Thankfully the pain is gone but has been replaced with paranoia assessing every twinge, feeling, searching for symptoms, driving myself demented..... Wish I could wake up and it's the 20th already
10-12-2014 22:12 #259Junior Member
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FET #2 = bfp!!
Very happy to share my news - at 41 years of age pregnant - hcg at 11dp5dfet was 691. Scan at 7 weeks on 5 jan and no further monitoring needed at all until then apparently.
10-12-2014 23:19 #260
Congrats Smileygirl - bloody fantastic numbers. Wishing you a healthy and happy pregnancy.
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