winsor. You'll be two steps in front on me so I'll be chasing your tail. Wishing you lots and lots of luck and babydust that this is a successful cycle for you (and me!)
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27-01-2016 17:45 #124
Blossom74 I understand your worry. I wonder if you have a crinkly face like mine??
I have tried to stop thinking about all the what ifs and accept that jumping through one hoop just means there's another one right there to take its place. I figure it's better to focus on what you can control (which seems insignificant I know) and let the other things fall into place if they are meant to be. This cycle because of this I've felt less stressed. I've been healthy, I've exercised everyday, I am organised and I am most importantly sleeping well each night. All of that calms my anxiety and helps each hoop feel manageable. In regards to points 7-10. Reading that crushes me and I feel it's something we all really have to push away for now. When the ivf journey is over something else will take its place. Life goes on and people cope with grief. It always hurts but it becomes more manageable I guess and you know that better than most. We all have worth in this life and it is not only related to parenthood and I just keep saying to myself you can't always get what you want and that's ok because you get what you need. Hugs xxxx
27-01-2016 17:49 #125
Charlie74. A medicated cycle is much less stressful than the one I'm doing but still problematic for us lining issue gals. Just so you know I have done 10progynova 8 oral 2 in the clacker. I also double dosed on the patches. It made a small improvement enough to get me over the line only. Transfer is Wednesday next week. Sh!tt!ng bricks.
27-01-2016 17:51 #126
@BlondeinBrisvegas I am constantly in awe about how you are handling this situation you're in plus keeping up with the thread and empathising with us all in here. I almost imagine you to be wearing an angel outfit whilst sitting at your pc each day 😇😇😇😇😇
27-01-2016 17:51 #127
IVF over 40 #25
27-01-2016 17:52 #128Senior Member
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Ditto. I had lining envy when I read over 10mm too! If I could get to 8mm I'd be stoked!!
@Caesardust and all the girls, thanks heaps for your input in helping me to chose what to do next. I've been given my hysteroscopy time of 4pm on Fri, so by Fri night I'll have LBs blood test results, Dr M's blood test results and LB's hysteroscopy results...which means I can make a decision as to what to do next over the weekend.
When I did an OE day 3 transfer as a 40 y/o LB gave me a 10-15% chance success. Now that I have a good few failed cycles behind me, if she lowers it to say 5% chance of success then I may have to pass on trying a final OE cycle. I just wish it didn't cost so much money...$11k up front and $6k oop.
@Precious40 Any news yet hun?
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27-01-2016 18:25 #129
Is bh spazzing out tonight or what?!?
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