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    Awh I've missed so much today. I was on 4 pessaries and did one when woke up during the morning then just before i got up for work then when i got home from work and one before went to bed. Good luck and get some thin panty liners as they ruin your undies.
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    @Maxwellsmum - Oh hun so dissapointed your cycle was cancelled but its good to know your donor has so many beautiful eggs which will hopefully mean you will have lots of embies waiting for you next cycle. Keep us updated with the fert rate tomorrow , good luck x
    @gorgeousgeorge - Good to hear your mum is now on board with your ivf journey. Glad you are feeling happy and supported since posting on the thread too hun its one of the only places I feel I can chat about all this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwellsmum View Post
    It is quite weird and hard to explain now TMI alert so it is shaped like a mini bullet just get it and put it in the area where your aiming for with the bullet ending facing first, I stood up but you could sit down I guess and just push it gently and it will get sucked in, then it's gone. You don't really need to push it up or anything just a gentle nudge in the right area. You will feel like you have to go to the toilet for a bit but ignore it and it will pass.
    I use cheap Ansell rubber gloves (multi colored disposable ones) and cut the fingers off - so 5 applications per glove. I still wash my hands very thoroughly of course. You could use cling wrap? The other great thing is that you don't need to do the Crinone clean out and all that irritation.

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    Default Dr Warren De Ambrosis - Wazza appreciation thread #2

    @gagangi thanks for the tips! I've never been on anything more than progesterone x2 for a fortnight after epu.the big bag of meds I brought home yesterday was impressive and I've got crinone to take. So pardon my ignorance but what's the crinone clean out ? ? 😳

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinachris View Post
    @gagangi thanks for the tips! I've never been on anything more than progesterone x2 for a fortnight after epu.the big bag of meds I brought home yesterday was impressive and I've got crinone to take. So pardon my ignorance but what's the crinone clean out ? ? ������
    The bag of meds is a shock isn't it?!? A lot of women find the Crinone builds up and every few days they need to sort of scoop it out. I find with exercise it's about every 2-3 days or I get a very uncomfortable burning in that area and you can also get a pink tinge (if it irritates the cervix) which worries a lot of women, or they hope it is implantation bleeding (which apparently only happens about 10% of the time). I find the easiest way to get rid of the Crinone is by squatting in the shower and very gently scooping our whatever you can. I found this best at night and then the final pessary (via VJJ) sort of soothes the area. I've heard that the Crinone can be a range of coulours, so don't be alarmed if it's pink, green, cream, brown etc... After cleaning it out I always like to put a pessary or the next dose of Crinone in ASAP, so there is always some progesterone there hopefully working its magic. Good luck with today's update!

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    @Tinachris - yes that big bag of goodies is definitely a shock isn't it lol! I agree with @Gagingi about the clean out unfortunately it does get a bit yuck!

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    Update today for Day 3 embies. 16 are still moving along and all between the 6-8 cell mark which is ideal. 4 are grade 3 which he mentioned were fine for day 3. 11 are grade 2 and have some fragmentation so not to count them out yet but see how we go. And 1 was grade 1 which is poor. So all in all a pretty good result but would have liked more with the grade 3 but thats just me and its to be expected that a alot drop off for us. Transfer is 10am Saturday!

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    Thats great news @Keepontryin13 remember to take into account that they are not officially day 3 until its 3 days since they were fertilised ie after your EPU so what time was that? They have to look at the embryos first thing in the morning to grade them as that fits in with the scientists plan for the day. Warren reminded me of that fact when my embies were not quite ready on day 5 and needed an extra day to reach blastocyst. 16 is a great number though hun hope they hang on in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heyside View Post
    Thats great news @Keepontryin13 remember to take into account that they are not officially day 3 until its 3 days since they were fertilised ie after your EPU so what time was that? They have to look at the embryos first thing in the morning to grade them as that fits in with the scientists plan for the day. Warren reminded me of that fact when my embies were not quite ready on day 5 and needed an extra day to reach blastocyst. 16 is a great number though hun hope they hang on in there.
    Thanks for the reassurance. Never thought of timing etc. EPU was 12.45pm so a little early for Day 3. Still a fair bit of fragmentation which is not ideal but DH has dodgy swimmers so its to be expected!

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    @Tinachris any updates on your fertilisation results today?

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