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    yeah I checked again today, if full blood is in the afternoon, then count next morning as day1. if it's in the morning (I count it if I wake up and it's already there) then that day is day1
    usually my full flow starts early / late evening / overnight. so I always have to use the next morning as day1.

    today has been nothing though. yesterday there was some spotting. so it could be sun/mon at this rate. it was due thurs, so technically spotting did start then.

    they said for fet it's not an exact science, as they'll start monitoring day10 anyway. so there's more BTs then to narrow down natural ov. I'll be interested to see if that's day14 for me or not as I'm usually not sure 100% (so could be missing natural attempts)

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    Hi ladies,
    Do you find your period never comes back between ivf cycles?
    I used to be like clockwork now there's no sign of AF. (No I'm not up the duff.)

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    after my cp af arrived about 4 days late for next 2 months, but I haven't had it not appear at all. it's likely just your body resetting after the meds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinachris View Post
    Hi ladies,
    Do you find your period never comes back between ivf cycles?
    I used to be like clockwork now there's no sign of AF. (No I'm not up the duff.)
    My af was really light prior to starting ivf. It had gradually been decreasing in volume/length since the removal of an implanon birth control device in my arm around 10 or so years ago. Now since starting ivf it really is hard to tell I even have it. It's pretty much a couple of brown spots to start then I only know it's continued when wiping after going to the loo. It only lasts for 2 days and I don't need to use anything except a panty liner on the first day. It worries me incessantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Now this is interesting. My clinic always said the first sign of AF, whether that be spotting or red blood, was CD1. They told me specifically not to wait for a full flow, which is just as well since I don't really get one now-a-days....
    My clinic says CD1 is when you wake up with full flow and if you ring they usually check what time it started the day/night before. They also said that a day here or there doesn't matter. Since IVF I get up to a week of spotting, but AF bang on time (except for if TWW) with knockout cramps to emphasis the BFN! (I do have PCO/Endo/Adenomyosis).

    FS#1 - would then get you in for a preg test and said that they had to do that before giving medication, due to cost of medication. I now realise that was bogus as it was all PBS back then...

    FS#2 - gives you the meds beforehand, but what was odd last cycle (back-to-back IVF) he scanned me on CD1 and said I wasn't ready and to come back on CD6 - and then he made CD6 my CD1 for that cycle. Very confusing, but I got 14 eggs and two PGD normals so it all worked. I cannot remember if it was because I still had too much old lining (he likes it all gone), or whether it was a follie issue.
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    That's very well behaved of AF @Charlie74!

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    @Bongley and @BlondeinBrisvegas im going ok most days now. My body is still adjusting hence the insomnia i think. Otherwise one day at a time 😀

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    @Sue77
    I can relate to how you are feeling as well, I had ( yes past tense) a friend in a lesbian relationship who got pregnant on their first IVF, great for them but prior to her cycle she kept telling me how she didn't really care if it worked, she didn't care if she got pregnant or not as they would then just move on to her partners eggs.
    Then bang pregnant first go.
    She called me to tell me and kept going on about how hard it all was, I know I'm probably a bitter cow but I was thinking don't tell me how hard it is, I know how hard it's after 3 (now 4) failed cycles. Apparently now she keeps complaining about how crap pregnancy is!!!
    For my own mental health I keep away from her
    Maybe that makes me a horrible person?

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    Default IVF over 40#24

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    @Sue77
    I can relate to how you are feeling as well, I had ( yes past tense) a friend in a lesbian relationship who got pregnant on their first IVF, great for them but prior to her cycle she kept telling me how she didn't really care if it worked, she didn't care if she got pregnant or not as they would then just move on to her partners eggs.
    Then bang pregnant first go.
    She called me to tell me and kept going on about how hard it all was, I know I'm probably a bitter cow but I was thinking don't tell me how hard it is, I know how hard it's after 3 (now 4) failed cycles. Apparently now she keeps complaining about how crap pregnancy is!!!
    For my own mental health I keep away from her
    Maybe that makes me a horrible person?

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