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    Good luck with starting your next cycle @Green lady. Christmas is a whole new type of hell in IVF-land. My 42.8 yo cousin is pregnant naturally after TTC for 2 months, we IVFers were glad she was with her inlaws Chrissy Day! It does prove it's possible though.

    I spoke to FS#2 about the 42 | 43 line and it's not our birthdays. I'm working on it being 43.? and hoping to bank some embies before then. We both seem to have good egg reserves which is encouraging! We can do this!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagingi View Post
    @Bongley I've read that the gold standard is that they double check, although scientists said to me that a 5-day PGD is pretty rock solid. They'd also have to check the early inutero development I'd imagine? I haven't got there yet, so it's just what I've read/heard. Will you be continuing with your FS or do you need to transfer to ob?
    @Gagingi I guess I'll find out when I go to the hospital what tests they'll suggest. I'll be going public like a I did last time. I'm considered high risk with my thyroid issues so no GP share care. poo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    Just wondering if anyone knows whether LB has ever prescribed viagra vaginal pessaries to help with thin lining?

    I think BIB you've mentioned that Wazza does, but anyone know if LB has??
    Am thinking about asking her nurse if she'll consider prescribing them for me when we do our FET.. Am willing to give them a go after some reading I've done about them helping a decent percentage of women who had lining problems...

    I'm pretty sure he does...Will do a quick query on his thread in a sec

    A lot of FS in America also recommended popping a few Progynova into your Vjay Jay as well as apparently they're absorbed by the body better that way??

    A lot of the protocols over there to increase the lining involves Viagra vaginal pessaries, E2 patches and Progynova both orally and vaginally. The Viagra seems to be pretty successful from what I've read. Dr Sher rates the Viagra protocol too on his website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    @Gagingi I guess I'll find out when I go to the hospital what tests they'll suggest. I'll be going public like a I did last time. I'm considered high risk with my thyroid issues so no GP share care. poo.
    Good Luck with BT today Luv!!! I know all's going to be well, so am going to kick back and wait to hear what those levels are now!!

    I know that some of the Lovelies choose to have the Harmony test done even with PGD normal embryo's. It's just a formality really for them. Going Public, I think they'll just do the usual 12 week NT scan and bloods and go from there if any soft markers show up which it shouldn't with a PGD tested embryo.

    High Risk isn't a bad thing Luv. I was High Risk and I preferred all the extra monitoring/scans from the OB's/Midwives/Maternal Fetal Medicine SpecialistTook the edge off my anxiety to be honest
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green lady View Post
    Hi all - have been busy slugging back Champagne over Xmas before starting stimms on 2 Jan. Thank god get Xmas eve to celebrate. I'm Irish that's my excuse. Anyhoo happy birthday to the birthday girls ( I think @ Tahli and @ Chiefsgirl) , I'd like to forget birthdays with the big 43 looming in June. Hope everyone had a good Xmas . I tried to be thankful for what I have ( but it's hard).

    Good Luck on your upcoming Cycle Luv!!!


    and prayers being sent for you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagingi View Post
    Good luck with starting your next cycle @Green lady. Christmas is a whole new type of hell in IVF-land. My 42.8 yo cousin is pregnant naturally after TTC for 2 months, we IVFers were glad she was with her inlaws Chrissy Day! It does prove it's possible though.

    I spoke to FS#2 about the 42 | 43 line and it's not our birthdays. I'm working on it being 43.? and hoping to bank some embies before then. We both seem to have good egg reserves which is encouraging! We can do this!!!

    Am and sending prayers that you'll get at least a couple of Normals to bank on your next Cycle Luv!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagingi View Post
    @Bongley I've read that the gold standard is that they double check, although scientists said to me that a 5-day PGD is pretty rock solid. They'd also have to check the early inutero development I'd imagine? I haven't got there yet, so it's just what I've read/heard. Will you be continuing with your FS or do you need to transfer to ob?
    I would think they will still want to do the standard 12 week scan + blood test. Personally if I had a pgd normal embie I wouldn't do the nipt unless the standard test came back bad.

    My ob said because my donor was so young we should just do the 12 week test and scan and if it was bad then do nipt. We didn't need to in the end as everything came back good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefsgirl View Post
    I would think they will still want to do the standard 12 week scan + blood test. Personally if I had a pgd normal embie I wouldn't do the nipt unless the standard test came back bad.

    My ob said because my donor was so young we should just do the 12 week test and scan and if it was bad then do nipt. We didn't need to in the end as everything came back good.
    @Chiefsgirl Ah yeah that makes sense. I was wondering if it was worth doing the blood tests when we have had all the testing done anyway. Just wasn't sure if something was more likely to be picked up at a later stage of development.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    Good Luck with BT today Luv!!! I know all's going to be well, so am going to kick back and wait to hear what those levels are now!!

    I know that some of the Lovelies choose to have the Harmony test done even with PGD normal embryo's. It's just a formality really for them. Going Public, I think they'll just do the usual 12 month NT scan and bloods and go from there if any soft markers show up which it shouldn't with a PGD tested embryo.

    High Risk isn't a bad thing Luv. I was High Risk and I preferred all the extra monitoring/scans from the OB's/Midwives/Maternal Fetal Medicine SpecialistTook the edge off my anxiety to be honest
    Well, I'd rather I was low risk but I may as well wish I was 30 yrs old too.

    Getting ahead of myself, lets see what the HCG levels are today.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie74 View Post
    Thanks BIB x... I think it was Dr Sher's website I was reading actually!

    Can I be the first to say that I hate NYE? Something about it always depresses the feck out of me.

    I've already been in tears this morning.. Over something baby related that I'm even too ashamed to write in here!

    Oh.. And have I ever mentioned that although I'm a nurse, 3 days a week I actually work out of an office.. A few months back they moved my office into the MATERNITY WARD!!! how's that for Sod's law????!!! Most days I walk thru and pay no mind to the pregnant women or screaming babies... But other days.. Like today.. I wonder what exactly the universe is really trying to tell me?! 😳

    Ahhh.. Sorry.. Vent over...
    Don't be sorry Luv!! It's frucking hard going at the best of times!! (((Hugs)))

    No-one said feelings had to be logical!! You can't help how you feel..they are what they are & how frucking rude moving you into the Mat Ward!!!😐

    Would be bloody torture some days!! I'd prob be popping the Valium in the toilets "Nurse Jackie" style just to bloody cope!!!

    NY doesn't do it for me either Luv. I couldn't give a flying fig to be honest. Maybe it's because I haven't been to a decent party or something for God knows how many decades so the excitement factor is nil for me!!!😁

    It'll be business as usual at my place tonight with the extra addition of my 7 yr old nephew😊Speaking of parties... my sister & BIL are off out tonight to one for their anniversary😊
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