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    Quote Originally Posted by katt1011 View Post
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    @billie i hope you get good quality eggs and numbers. Are you do icsi or standard? Like everyone im over the whole ivf thing it feels like its working for everyone but a certain few....we keep getting our bfn things have to change for us soon
    @katt1011 due to my poor response and slight male factor, ICSI is a definite. We didnt have it planned last cycle but as we got 2 eggs they changed it to ICSI at EPU. The FS chased us to the lift in her scrubs to tell us. I was so relieved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billie2 View Post
    I seem to have removed my feelings from this cycle. I dont know whats happened, but Ive become a bit robotic and maybe compartmentalised the IVF journey in my head. I assume its self preservation.
    I'm feeling exactly the same at the moment. I was like that through the last cycle, when DH surprised me by starting to be really bothered by it, I just kept rolling with it. The day I got the BFN I cried but that was about it. Self preservation, for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny79 View Post
    I am 37 in September this year.
    I have taken aspirin every day since epu.
    I'm 37 in April, DH 37 in March.
    Why do you take aspirin every day hon? I'm thinking I've missed previous discussions on this.

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    Hey ladies after some advice.

    I see my FS tomorrow after the failed ET at the end of last year. Got AF 31st December which was when I knew I was a BFN, haven't had it since. Been under a fair bit of stress from IVF worries but also other business matters so assuming that could be why it hasn't turned up, but getting concerned now.

    I also noticed that a lot of you have had laps and scratches done but my FS hasn't had me do any of that. I'm now at 1 BFP that ended at 8-9wks (2008), 2 failed FET (2009), 2 BFN from fresh cycles (2015), turning 37 in a few months, and really wanting this to happen. But I'm feeling like there could be procedures or something that could be beneficial that haven't happened. Although this could be a premature question because my FS might suggest something tomorrow I guess.

    Any guidance or suggestions would be appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeanie View Post
    Hey ladies after some advice.

    I see my FS tomorrow after the failed ET at the end of last year. Got AF 31st December which was when I knew I was a BFN, haven't had it since. Been under a fair bit of stress from IVF worries but also other business matters so assuming that could be why it hasn't turned up, but getting concerned now.

    I also noticed that a lot of you have had laps and scratches done but my FS hasn't had me do any of that. I'm now at 1 BFP that ended at 8-9wks (2008), 2 failed FET (2009), 2 BFN from fresh cycles (2015), turning 37 in a few months, and really wanting this to happen. But I'm feeling like there could be procedures or something that could be beneficial that haven't happened. Although this could be a premature question because my FS might suggest something tomorrow I guess.

    Any guidance or suggestions would be appreciated
    I hear you babybeanie. I've had one miscarriage but long time ago (former partner), and so far IVF cycles (fresh and FETs) have been unsuccessful. Atm, I'm 7dp5dt and if this one don't work I'll have to demand for tests/procedures asap. I'm turning 39 this year, and still trying for #1😔

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    @babybeanie I have read that baby aspirin helps with blood circulation and lining. My af is clots and Im concerned that it may hinder implantation. I read an article about a woman being successful after 7 cycles by finally using baby aspirin in her last round. Ive also had 2 miscarriages so baby aspirin can help with my concerns about that.

    Im 39 in 2 weeks. Not fun!!

    AFM - Im back from EPU. At my age and low AMH I am absolutely over the moon with 6 eggs collected. Huge improvement from 2 in my last round.

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    @billie yay on the egg number lets hope those little ones grow.

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    @Billie2 6 is good! I'm crossing everything for you.

    Thanks for the info on the baby aspirin. I'll have to grab some

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeanie View Post
    @Billie2 6 is good! I'm crossing everything for you.

    Thanks for the info on the baby aspirin. I'll have to grab some
    Thanks! Baby aspirin is around $3!

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeanie View Post
    Hey ladies after some advice.

    I see my FS tomorrow after the failed ET at the end of last year. Got AF 31st December which was when I knew I was a BFN, haven't had it since. Been under a fair bit of stress from IVF worries but also other business matters so assuming that could be why it hasn't turned up, but getting concerned now.

    I also noticed that a lot of you have had laps and scratches done but my FS hasn't had me do any of that. I'm now at 1 BFP that ended at 8-9wks (2008), 2 failed FET (2009), 2 BFN from fresh cycles (2015), turning 37 in a few months, and really wanting this to happen. But I'm feeling like there could be procedures or something that could be beneficial that haven't happened. Although this could be a premature question because my FS might suggest something tomorrow I guess.

    Any guidance or suggestions would be appreciated
    Hi ladies, I read along every day but don't ever post, I'm keeping everything crossed for all of you, you deserve it so much!
    Just wanted to answer the question about aspirin, I have been on aspirin for both my successful cycles, it not only helps with blood flow and clots but it also aids in auto immune issues, I was on Cardiprin 1 a day until 16 weeks, it over the counter and it defiantly won't hurt, I started the day before transfer, I hope that helps and good luck girls!!!

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